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All Tom Weir Posts


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Tom Weir | The Land of Knapdale

Knapdale holds some incredible and ancient secrets – for those who know where to look… The trouble about driving to North Knapdale in brilliant weather is that before you can […]

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Tom Weir | Three Men In A Boat

Tom Weir braved the rough and open sea with a couple of friends in order to fully explore the smaller Hebridean isles… “There’s nothing quite like being on the sea at night in a […]

Islands

Tom Weir | A Good Life On Gigha

In busy Tarbert, Loch Fyne, you couldn’t buy a fish supper, such was the throng of yachts whose crews had cleaned out the shop. Sunshine and a south-easterly breeze had […]

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Tom Weir | Shepherd of Artney

In June 1977, Tom Weir wrote this column for us on his friend, Pat Macnab, a traditional shepherd. It is incredible to think of how much has changed in this […]

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Tom Weir | Over the Girth Gate

This week saw the official opening of the Borders Railway, which has been closed for 46 years. How fitting, therefore, that our article from Tom Weir’s 1977 archives concerns the […]

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Tom Weir | Murray’s Way

TOM WEIR went to Lochgoilhead in the spring of 1977 to talk to the mountaineering legend W. H. MURRAY about his life of climbing and writing   “… in the […]

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Tom Weir | Days I Won’t Forget

Winter arrived in a gale of blattering rain from the south, dying out overnight and trans­forming the roads to ribbons of black ice by morning. Fog lay over the land, […]

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Tom Weir | In Rob Roy Country

Tom Weir visited the reservoir that supplied Glasgow with 90,000,000 gallons of water a day in 1976, and opened a Wayfaring Course set in this area at the Queen Elizabeth […]

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Tom Weir | The Happy Glen

Exploring in the Grampians, Tom Weir went to meet the people who have chosen to live so remotely in the deceptively sleepy glens where disaster can easily befall the unprepared […]

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