Saturday 1st August 2015 (Travelling Day)


Ben Rinnes From the Road to Duftown

Car Park Busy with Saturday Walkers

Quiet on the Hill Though

Pile of Stones on the Zig Zags

Path Leading to Roy's Hill with Ben Rinnes Beyond

A Bike Crash

Path up to the Summit

The Granite Rocks on the Summit

The Summit of Ben Rinnes

The Top of the Trig Point

The Allt-a-Bhainne Distillery seen on the way Back Down

Bell Heather in the Sunshine

People Still Arriving at the Car Park

Allt-a-Bhainne Distillery with Ben Rinnes Behind

Ben Rinnes from Sheandow on the Route to Corryhabbie Hill

Ben Rinnes as a Storm Hits Just Below the Ridge on the way up Muckle Lapprach

The Summit Trig Point of Corryhabbie Hill (Without the Tin Hat)

Parked Car at the End of the Road

Ben Rinnes Now in Sunshine

Wednesday 5th August 2015

Corgaff Castle from the Car Park

Carn Ealasaid Climbed Exactly 2 Years ago to the Day

Looking Back Down the Private Tarmac Road to the Car Park at Corgaff Castle

Corgaff Castle from near the the top of Carn Oighreag

We Leave the Track at the Summit and Head South Over Pathless Open Moorland

Lots of Red Grouse About so this is Probably a Red Grouse Egg

Deep Peat Hags Break up the Moorland Landscape

At Last the Summit of Brown Cow Hill

After Leaving the Hill we Head North to pick up a Track Back Down to the River Don in Drizzle Again

A Little Reservoir is Passed near Inchmore

Leaving Inchmore for the Long Walk Back to Corgaff Castle 

Thursday 6th August 2015

Heading Through the Woods Firstly East then North from Milton of Tullich

One of the Many Scotch Argus Butterflies in the Woods

Hoof Fungus Found Mainly on Birch Trees and can be used to Light Fires

More Tree Fungus of a Different Kind

What a Lovely Woodland Walk

A Large Shallow Pond Hidden in the Reeds

Deeper into the Woods the Track Takes us

Trees on the Skyline of Culblean Hill

First View of Morven with a Cap of Cloud on it

Looking Back Towards Culblean Hill and Crannach Hill from the northern Slopes of Morven

The Summit of Morven

The Trig Point from the Shelter

A Summit Box Built Into the Shelter

I Wonder if Someone Left me Some Buttys

No Buttys

Last Look at a Now Clear Morven

Friday 7th August 2015

Car Park Opposite Auchallater Farm

This Way

Looking North Towards the Granite Tors on Beinn a' Bhuird and Ben Avon

Looking up Glen Callater Towards Creag nan Gabhar

Looking Back Before we Leave the Track and Start Climbing

Glen Callater and the Munro Carn an Tuirc

Creag nan Gabhar from the Zig Zags onto Sron Dubh

Looking Back North Towards Braemar

First View of Loch Callatar

Lorry Carrying Logs on the A93 in Glen Clunie

The Summit of Creag nan Gabhar

The Cairnwell and the Ski Centre Car Park from the Summit

Two Walkers Heading for the Summit

Last Look at Loch Callatar

The Transmitter on the Summit of Morrone 

Callater Burn

Saturday 8th August 2015  (Travelling Day)

Parked at Auchavan in Glen Isla

Glen Isla

The Track Leading up to Monamenach

To the South the Graham Mount Blair

To the North the Munro Creag Leacach

The Summit of Monamenach


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