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Lorraine McCall

Lorraine-McCallMe in 3 – Spontaneous, Happy, Positive

Not a lot of people know this – When I was a young lass I was an extra in the movie Gregory’s Girl. Watching it is great fun and a wee bit of personal history as lots of friends and family are in it and it very much epitomizes how we grew up.

Mini Bio

I have been exploring Scotland through backpacking, mountaineering sailing and sea kyaking for the last 20 years with a growing interest in cycle touring and hill running.

My interests have always been interwoven with my work and jobs have included:

4 years working on board an old Gaff Rigged Schooner (or pirate ship!). Our sailing ground was mainly the west coast of Scotland and theHebrides but also included journeys to Orkney, Shetland, Norway and Iceland;

Running Wilderness Therapy Courses based in Applecross in the North West Highlands but involved working with groups on multi day camping trips throughout the Highlands:

Working as a trekking guide throughout Scotland but with the odd foray abroad to Africa, China and the Himalaya;

I am also a qualified Ambulance Technician.

Now and then I like to take myself off for a wee walk and I celebrated my 40th birthday by doing a continuous journey of all the munros walking in between and sea kayaking to the islands. The journey took just over four months and was the most sensual experience, learning to live completely in the present. This was followed up 10 years later by a much harder expedition to complete all the corbetts in a continual journey, this time involving walking, cycling and sailing to the islands.

I love introducing people to the mountain environment. I did not start my outdoor adventures until I was already an adult and understand how daunting it can seem making those first steps. i love watching people’s confidence and sense of wonder grow as they begin to realise what they are capable of.


Adventurer's Stories about Lorraine

Brilliant guide, Lorraine. Efficient organiser, great driver, good communicator. Calm in the face of whatever arose!
Jennifer Mirdamadi
Our guide was superb - friendly, knowledgable, showed concern for our welfare,and whether we were enjoying out holiday.
Hume Gravell
As mentioned before- Lorraine was fantastic!!
Jean Ten Haken
Lorraine admitted from the beginning that his was her first tour after being away for two years. I wish that she had not told us that. She was a little rusty on some aspects of the tour but always researched it and got back to us with answers. She was always attentive to the needs and wants of the group and very flexible. She was a pleasure to be with and the group wished that she could party with us but she stuck to the rules :). I loved that she taught us walking techniques with poles, and backpack use and packing. She was a real pleasure to be with, a spritely soul!
Deborah Tozour
Lorraine is a treasure. Knowledgeable, patient, calm, energetic, well-organized, willing to alter plans as need be... and a good driver. And she's had a remarkable life and is therefore an interesting to chat with. And how can she be in her 50s and look 20??!!!
Annie Lord
see prior note
Ann Eberlein


Lorraine's Photo and Video Gallery

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