Lists are good as it helps me remember what I would like to accomplish. Usually having a plan helps motivate me to just do it.
What I do know for sure is that I love exploring and sharing Scotland with you all. Remember you can also follow me on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube where I also post photos and videos.
Plan to explore in 2019
I still have a few places from my 2018 list that I haven’t visited yet. Last year I slowed down a little, so I need to get back out there.
I know I’ll be visiting the Isle of Arran again this year and more of Ayrshire. I will try my best to show you new places too.
This was me at Loch Lomond on 1 January 2019. The most rewarding start to a new year 💙
Plan to explore in 2018
I’ve created my 2018 list as part of My Peak Challenge. Visit My Peak Challenge 2018. I’ll be visiting this island again this year. There’s still so much to see!
2017 expore list
In 2017 I didn’t get much time to visit the places I really wanted to. My running challenges, as part of my peak challenge, took over some of my exploring and walking. It was quite an exhausting year!
2016 explore list
2016 was my first year of creating this list. Here’s where I explored and blogged about.
|March||Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh|
|April||Rosslyn Chapel and Castle, Midlothian, Edinburgh|
|May||Inchcailloch Island, Loch Lomond|
|May||Finnich Glen, Devil’s pulpit, near Drymen|
|May||Schiehallion mountain, Perthshire|
|June||Hike and camp on top of Goatfell, Arran to see the sunset and sunrise at Summer Solstice (weather depending)|
|July||Linlithgow Palace Jousting Event|
|July||Isle of Arran ~ Coire Fhionn Lochan|
|July||Isle of Cumbrae – walk round the island|
|September||Edinburgh and Scotcon|
|September /October||Falkland and Culross, Fife|
|September/October||Explore Dundonald, Ayrshire:|
As well as the explore lists above I’ve set myself other goals as part of My Peak Challenge (MPC).
My Peak Challenge 2016
My Peak Challenge 2017
My Peak Challenge 2018
My Peak Challenge 2019