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Pubs of the Scuttled

Pubs of the Scuttled

It’s not like we came to the Highlands to hit the pubs… but damn if they aren’t a great place to regroup. Or hide out from the rain. Or find some warmth from a nice iron, wood-fed fireplace. But most of all: to listen to some stories.
Sea Cliffs of Elgol

Sea Cliffs of Elgol

“I had been grinding my teeth for a week now wanting to climb. We had already been shut down once by rain and wet rock, and our days were running out. The weather forecast wasn’t looking good and I was pretty sure I would go this trip without tying into a rope.”
Shelter From The Storm

Shelter From The Storm

This is Scotland, and if you might happen upon one of the dozens of uninhabited stone huts near walking trails across the Highlands and Outer Isles — you’ve probably come to what is known as a bothy. Should you come across one in the Highlands, review the following code so you don’t look like a complete tourist.
Riding the Skye

Riding the Skye

What happens when one of the most violent storms in UK history, Callum, hits full force mid-moto journey to the Isle of Skye? Put your head down and soldier on.
Roark lands Jeff Johnson

Roark lands Jeff Johnson

At Roark, Jeff Johnson joins our rag tag crew of ambassadors on their obsessive journey down the road oft not traveled. We can’t wait to support his journey and share it.