Scottish National Trail: Novia Perdida (day 6)

Today: 32km | Total: 183km

After a late check in to our camp site, we paid on leaving around 10am in the morning. Before that we also got to know the 4mth old puppy of the lady in the glamping place next to us. First up, the 2km hike back into Callander town for a coffee.

From here it was basically all uphill for the first section. In general, the hill hikes are now a permanent feature adding up to 700m ascent today. The views over the city of Callender were pretty spectacular. We were hungry for more. So down the hill and on towards Comrie.

That also worked quite well including a nice lunch in the hills. The sun came out in the afternoon too and hiking through part trails, part fields was enjoyable.

That was until I stayed behind for a bit too long and lost track of Laura. Damn! I assumed she was still ahead of me and so pursued her. Initially slightly off track (probably were we bye passed each other). After an hour of hiking it became clear that she wasn’t ahead. No footprints. Nothing.

Thankfully some 2h into the drama i received a message. Laura had backtracked to the last village and got wifi. The village guys then drove her into Comrie were we met… Pugghh! Better stay close going forward. Can easily get bad quickly up here.

As an aside, the route from where we got separated was amazing for its views and hundreds of pheasants that are fed here (to be hunted in October 🔫).

So much drama required a decent dinner – 🥩 for Laura, liver for me… And a bottle of 🍷. Sorted.

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One thought on “Scottish National Trail: Novia Perdida (day 6)

  1. Pingback: Scottish National Trail: Loch Freuchie two day trek – Let’s get wet baby (day 7 & 8) | rocketontour

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