Grant MacLeod, The Munro Bagpiper
Grant’s adventures are documented walk by walk, as well as his tours of Scotland and the USA.
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Latest From The Blog
Meall a’Bhuiridh and Creise
So, Monday night was my leaving night from the pub in Bearsden! No more working till 1am, pouring pints, and [...]
Ben Lomond – in better conditions
So, just over a year ago, myself and my friend did my first Munro with my pipes, Ben Lomond. It [...]
Ben More and Stob Binnein
So as any of you who have read my reports regularly are probably aware, I am a bit of a [...]
I hadn't really been looking forward to this set of Munros. Everything I had heard and read, was pointing towards [...]
South Cluanie Ridge – With limited water
A big report to cover an epic day on the South Cluanie ridge! Lost count of how many times I [...]
Meall Buidhe – First filming experience
When you read reports, and books on Munros, there seems to be a bit of a ratings system. Some a [...]
2016 so far
2015 was a bit of an anti climax in terms of getting out in the hills. A combination of poor weather, work uncertainty, and injury, restricted my Munro count to only 10. This would have [...]
Why did I become the Munro Bagpiper?
It is a question that is often asked of me, and to be honest, I don’t blame them. Why would someone want to throw a heavy musical instrument in his back, cart them up a [...]
Stob a’Choire Odhair
So, 2015 had been very slow to start properly. It was June, and to date, I had only managed one Munro, due to a combination of work, poor weather, and injuries. For this reason, I [...]
Pre-wedding stroll up Buachaille Etive Mor
One of, if not THE, most iconic mountains in the United Kingdom, and very much a symbol of my childhood drives from Glasgow to my holidays in Glenelg and Arnisdale before moving north. Buachaille Etve mor, [...]