FORT WILLIAM AUGUST 2018

 
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Wednesday 8th August 2018 (Not Far Today Only 2 Inches)

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The Pointed Peak of the Munro Stob Ban (Bagged 1998) and the Corbett Sgurr Innse from the A86

The Reverend John McIntosh (the Wee Minister) Bringing Luck to all Walkers & Climbers Passing into Lairig Leacach

Reaching the Bridge in Lairg Leacach with the Corbett Cruach Innse Dead Ahead

Galway Guy Heading Down the Track

Looking Back Down on the Bridge

Starting to Climb

Looking up to the East is the Munro Stob Choire Claurigh Bagged (1998) Part of the Grey Corries

Looking Down on to the Track

Reaching the Summit of the Corbett Cruach Innse

Looking S/E are the Munros Stob a' Choire Mheadhoin & Stob Coire Easain (Bagged 2006)

Looking North into Glen Roy

Preparing to Leave the Summit

The Munro Stob Choire Claurigh above the Lairg Leacach Track

Looking South Towards the Corbett Sgurr Innse

Looking Back up to Cruach Innse  

Looking Towards the the Crags on Sgurr Innse 

Climbing Again

Click Click on the Summit of the Corbett Sgurr Innse 

Looking Towards Stob Ban & the Grey Corries

Looking over to Cruach Innse from Sgurr Innse

Checking His Bearings Before Heading Down

The Western Crags of Sgurr Innse 

Aiming for the Track from the Low Point in Between the Two Hills

Heading Back Along the Track

Opening the Gate Above Corriechoille Lodge

Thursday 9th August 2018

Boots on Before Breakfast at Fort William Train Station at Sea Level

The Corbett Leum Uilleim from Corrour Station at 411m Above Sea Level

The Munro Beinn na Lap (Bagged 2007)

Leum Uilleim and a Boggy bit

Climbing An Diollaid to Gain the Northern Ridge

Looking Back Down on to Corrour Station

The Massive Pile of Stones on the Summit of Leum Uilleim from Tom an Eoin

Reaching the Summit of the Corbett Leum Uilleim 

A Pose on Top in the Wind & Rain

Beinn na Lap and Loch Ossian

Looking on to the Easain Munros from Yesterday from Other side

Close up of Lairig Leacach and the Innse Corbetts from Yesterday

Click Click Looking North

The Easain Munros and Loch Treig

Heading Back Down

The 12.35 Train from Fort William

The Train Arriving at Corrour Station

Crossing the Bridge Below Leum Uilleim

Going for the Train back to Fort William

BBC Film Crew Waiting the Arrival of our Late Train

The Jacobite, Lord of the Isles Steam Train at Fort William Station

Friday 10th August 2018

The Corbett Meall a' Phubuill from the Road in Glen Loy

This Rights of Way Follows an Old Pony Track

Leaving the Road and Heading into Glen Loy

First Zigging

Then Zagging

Are we There Yet!

Following a Dry Stone Wall up to an Unnamed Top

Walking on the Wall to Avoid a Boggy Bit 

The Boggy Side of the Wall

Looking Back Down the Wall

Leaving the Unnamed Top for Our Hill

Meall a' Phubuill Now Dead Ahead

Looking Back up to the Unnamed Top

The Munro Gulvain (Bagged 2006)

Reaching the Summit of the Corbett Meall a' Phubuill

Click Click on the Summit

Leaving the Summit

Time to Reflect

Looking Down Glen Mallie to Loch Arkaig

Pointing Towards Gleann Suileag Towards Loch Eil

Glensulaig Bothy Hidden the Trees

A Close up of this Waterslide Reveals a Agglomerate of a Volcanic Vent (a Rare Phenomenon for the Western Highlands)

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