GLEN COE ( Aonach Eagach) Sept 2009


Friday 25th September 2009


The Munro Memorial Cairn Above Loch Tulla on Rannoch Moor

A Celestial Sun Beam Breaking Through Cloud on The Black Mount

Saturday 26th September 2009

Boots on Outside Clachaig Inn

Part of The Aonach Eagach Ridge Comes Into View Near The Clachaig Inn

Car Park Glen Coe

In Front of Bidean nam Bian

Joined by our Romanian Banking Friend

A Close up of Our Car Park in Glen Coe

Our Romanian Friend Going up a Gully

Looking Towards Buachaille Beag  

Into The Clouds Now as we Near Am Bodach and The Start of The Aonach Eagach Ridge

A Large Gash Looking Down into Glen Coe

The Crest Narrows to a Sudden Drop

Easy Does it

Slowly Down The Wet Rocks

Looking Back Towards Am Bodach

Glad That's Over

Follow me

This Way

This Old Boundary Fence is a Good Guide

Over The Top

The Summit of Meall Dearg Our First Munro on The Ridge

Not too Bad so Far

I Wonder What's Over This Lump

O Dear

Going Down

Climbing up a Very Wet High Chimney

I Need Longer Legs

Still Going up

Some Young Lads Coming up Through The Chimney

And Lasses

Oh Heck Now Where

The Obstacles Come Thick and Fast

Hang on

Down Again

And Then up Again

Try to Look Like Your Enjoying it

This is a Real White Knuckle Ride

Easy Does it

Other Climbers on One of The Pinnacles

Ahead Another Pinnacle

After Two Hours of Scrambling up and Down Gullies, Slabs, Chimneys and Pinnacles.

The Summit of Stob Coire Leith Marks The End of The Hardest WALK! in Scotland

The Clouds Start to Break Above Loch Leven

Easy Walking Now

Nearing The Summit of The Second Munro Sgorr nam Fiannaidh

A Crag on Our Way

Nearly There

The Broken Down Summit Cairn of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh

Glen Coe Village Appearing Beneath The Clouds

Still a Long Way Down

Close up of Glen Coe Village and The Ballachulish Bridge

The Light Changes by The Minute

Are You One of The Old Guys on Aonach Eagach Today

The Clachaig Inn


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