Snow in Franklin Mountains can be a very beautiful experience, but it can also be a treacherous one.
It can be extremely windy, difficult to navigate and dangerous.
However, there are some things you can do to make it a little safer.
The Franklin Mountains, which are situated on the north side of the Scottish Highlands, are the only major part of the country that’s not protected by the Outer Hebrides. “
The best advice is to do it as if you were going on an adventure, but you’ll be spending much of your time in the area with a group of people.”
The Franklin Mountains, which are situated on the north side of the Scottish Highlands, are the only major part of the country that’s not protected by the Outer Hebrides.
However the park also covers parts of the Highlands, including Glenvarloch, where the trail runs through the Cairngorms, and is the highest in Scotland.
There are a number of hiking trails around the area, including the famous Franklin Mountain Trail, which is a 10km (six mile) hike from the park to the top.
This is a great way to enjoy the mountains, although you can expect to spend longer hiking in the warmer months.
The National Park’s Guidebook for Snowshoe Adventures in the Scottish Alps, Snow Mountain Wilderness, and The Scottish Highlands has a number more tips for making the best snowshoed hike.
This article originally appeared on Travel Channel Scotland and has been republished with permission.