Four Scouts from the 1st Silsden troop have completed a 70-mile backpacking expedition in Scotland.

Their route took them from Blair Athol through some of the most remote yet scenic landscape in the country, including Glen Tilt and the Minigaig Pass.

During the expedition they also conquered a Munro - a mountain over 3,000ft - and a Corbett, peaking at over 2,500ft.

The Scouts experienced wild camping and honed their skills in outdoor cooking, navigation and teamwork.

And they had the chance to observe wildlife, including eagles, red deer and the mountain hare, in its natural habitat.

The youngsters, who were accompanied by Scout leader Bernie Marshall and Explorer Scout leader Trudie Buttrick, spent a night in a bothy before finishing their expedition at Newtonmore.