Wednesday 16th September 2015


Parked near the Bridge at Ballimore Farm in Glen Buckie

This Way

On the Right Track

The Graham Creag Mhor from the South of Calair Burn

Ahead Lies The Corbett Beinn Stacath

Me and my Shadow

Phil from London Looking up at Beinn Stacath from the Bridge over Calair Burn

Looking East Back Down Towards Glen Buckie

Looking up at the Ridge on Beinn Stacath

Phil on the Ridge Making his way to the Top

Looking S/W to the Corbetts Benvane and Ben Ledi from Last Month

A Close up of the Twin Munros of Stob Binnein and Ben More to the North

Bealach Driseach Leading to the Graham Creag Mhor

Posing on the Summit of Beinn Stacath with London Phil's Rucksack & Sticks

Looking North from the Summit

Benvane and Ben Ledi from the Summit Trig Point

Looking Down Fathan Glinne to the Graham Creag Mhor

This old Fence Follows the Ridge all the way to the top of Creag Mhor

Looking East Towards Creag Mhor Along the Undulating Ridge

Looking North Towards the Braes of Balquhidder

Reflection of an old Fencepost

Looking Down on Loch Doine

Loch Voil and Balquhidder

Creag Mhor Dead Ahead

The Old Fence is Safely Followed Through the Crags Either Side of Bealach Driseach

The Last bit of Uphill to Creag Mhor

A Tiny Pile of Stones that Mark the Summit of the Graham Creag Mhor

The Munros Ben Vorlich and Stuc a' Chroin Dominate to the East

Clearly Seen the Gully on Creag Mhor that Marked my Decent

Ballimore Farm and the Car Park

Don't Mention Venison


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