Naked Munros
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Oot n' aboot

We decided on this section after one summer too many where the jet stream hung over Scotland, bringing with it a continuous stream of low pressure systems. This made bagging munros very difficult because we would have to pick the one day between weather systems where it was not constantly windy, raining and cloudy. At the time we were living in England and a week's holiday could be wiped out if all we were doing was attempting to bag munros. But we found that it was still possible to do some low level walking involving long hikes in more remote areas where it was easier to stay naked for longer.

We called it "oot n' aboot" to mean "out and about" but said in a comedy Scottish accent.