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Around The Very Top: A Cultural End

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Strathy to Thurso. Find other reports in the…

Around The Very Top: Castles, Gin and Two North East Tips

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Thurso to John O’Groats. Find other reports in…

Around The Very Top: Britain’s Most Northerly Town – Not So Bad After All

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Strathy to Thurso. Find other reports in the…

Around the Very Top: Welcome to Caithness

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Strathy to Thurso. Find other reports in the…

Around The Very Top: A Heavenly Stay To Be Followed By Ten Miles Of Hell

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Tongue to Strathy. Find other reports in the…

Around The Very Top: A Long Way To Tongue

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the leg from Durness to Tongue. Find other reports in the…

Around The Very Top: Cape Wrath Lives Up To Its Name

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the day they spent in Durness. Find other reports in the…

Around The Very Top: Very Perceptible Gradients

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the third leg of their tour from Rhiconich to Durness. Find other…

Around The Very Top: Not Too Proud To Push

Martin Giles is cycling around the top of northern Scotland with his son Tom. This is a report on the second leg of their tour from Overscaig to Rhiconich. Find other…

Around The Very Top: Slow Progress to Our First Remote Stop

Train journeys in Scotland are not particularly dangerous but seeing my son Tom arrive safely at Inverness was a relief. If he had not arrived when he did there was…

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