Two Feet are:
A self-confessed hill bagger. I love walking in company but l am equally happy on my own. I am accompanied on my hill walks by my canine companion Ralph and previously by Megan and Molly. I climbed my first Munro in 1998 and haven’t stopped since. I am built for stamina not speed. I am not a big fan of camping or snow, I am fuelled by chocolate and diet coke and my knees are trashed.
My husband Bill is a submariner in the Royal Navy and he is more at home with depths rather than heights. He has climbed over 650 Munros and Corbetts but can only name 5 of them. Bill hates being cold and has never stayed in a bothy.
The man with the rope. We started walking together in 2002 when Andy, in a moment of weakness, agreed to guide me over the Cuillin Munros. Over the last 15 years we have shared many mutli-day trips known as ‘Anne’s Epics’, we have climbed the Cuillin Munros 7 times, traversed the Rum Cuillin, the A’Chir ridge on Arran, kayaked to Ben Aden, taken a dog to the summit of The Cobbler, climbed the Welsh 3000fters, forded thigh deep rivers, suffered from the heat in Letterewe and got thoroughly soaked on more than one occasion.
As a result, Andy has now gone grey.
Stewart and l started walking together in 2009 after he had retired. On our first walk together Stewart explained that he would like to complete his Munros within 5 years. I told him that we better get a move on as he might not last that long. Within 5 years Stewart had completed both his Munros and Corbetts.
Once an active hill bagger, Robin completed his Munros in 2014 and has since removed his bagging blinkers and become a wild camping expert and bothy dweller.
We have walked together on trips to Knoydart, Glencoe, Torridon and Ireland and completed the Furths together on Foel-fras in Snowdonia.
Robin publishes his own blog ‘Walk With Wallace’.
Yorkshireman and part time resident of Scotland, Mark has completed the Munros, Munro Tops, Corbetts and Furths. Over the last few years Mark and l have been busy trashing and bashing our way through boggy Graham terrain in search of our Full House.