GLENCOE OCTOBER 2017

 
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Friday 6th October 2017 (Traveling Day)

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Parked in the Lay by near the Clachaig Inn

Dead Ahead is Aonach Dubh a' Ghlinne

Heading up Gleann-leac-na-muidhe 

Looking Back Down Glencoe to the Aonach Eagach Ridge and the Munro Meall Dearg (Bagged 2009)

Ahead the Eastern Crags of Creag Bhan

Diversion Ahead

On the Diverted Path

Past the Diversion and Back on Track

Crossing Allt na Muidhe with Care

   

Splashing About in the River with the Munro Sgor na h-Ulaidh (Bagged 2008) in the Background

That's the River Crossed as we now Head for the Hills

Looking Back Down Gleann-leac-na-muidhe from the Ascent of Creag Bhan 

Higher up we go

High Above Ballachulish and Loch Leven

The Munro Sgor na h-Ulaidh from the top of Creag Bhan

Following an Old Iron Fence to the Summit

Three Happy Chappies on the Summit of the Corbett Meall Lighiche

Leaving the Summit in the Shadow of the Munro Sgor na h-Ulaidh

Making our way Back on the Ridge

In the Distance Above the Clachaig Gully in Glencoe is the Munro Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (Bagged 2009)

Admiring the View

The Munros Sgorr nam Fiannaidh and Meall Dearg Separated by the Aonach Eagach Ridge from our Decent

Heading Back Down Gleann-leac-na-muidhe

Saturday 7th October 2017

Ready for the Off in Glen Etive

The Corbett Beinn Trilleachan Dead Ahead at the Bottom of the Glen

Leaving the End of the Road and Heading for the Hills

Looking Back Down at the River Etive

Click Click

Looking Across Loch Etive to Ben Starav (Bagged 2005)

The Only Way is up

Into the Clouds we go

That's Near Enough

Heading for the Slabs

The Cairn on the Grassy Side on the Top of Trilleachan Slabs

Looking Down to Loch Etive

Looking Back up at the Rocky Side of Trilleachan Slabs Where we Just Had to Climb Down

On to the Slabs Heading for the Summit

At Last the Summit of Beinn Trilleachan

Brrrrrrr a Quick Change "Hurry up it's Cold"

"That's Better "

Cheers from the Summit of Beinn Trilleachan "No I am Leaving Mine on"

The Sun Comes out as we Head Back Along the Ridge

The Sun Disappears as we Prepare to Climb Back Over Trilleachan Slabs

Looking Back at Beinn Trilleachan from the top of Trilleachan Slabs

Glen Etive Opens up

Time for Reflection

The Twin Peaks of the Buachaille Etive Munros Stob Dubh (Bagged 2005) and Stob na Broige (Bagged 2007)

A Quick Drink 

Still Standing (Just) as we near Loch Etive

The 2 Miles of Road Back to the Car at the End of the Day Feels Longer than at the Beginning

Sunday 8th October 2017 (Traveling Day)

Enjoying Blueberry Muffins on the Summit of the Corbett Beinn a' Chrulaiste

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