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Glencoe in February lone traveller and dog
Hello!! In a few weeks I'm taking my dog to Glencoe for 4 nights, I've stayed in the hotel and area before but now want to do more walking. I am a lone female traveller and although we do a lot of walking, I am not savvy with a map and compass !! My dog is amazing in every way although he does not like other dogs (only when they run over). So obviously I need to plan walks that are safe but not really busy with dogs - we are up for walking all day and want views !! Online there's a million and one walks and I only have 4 days - any advice anyone ? Thanks !! 🐾