Thursday 27th April 2017


Arrived at the War Memorial at Innerwick,Bridge of Balgie in Glen Lyon

Parked in the Car Park next to my Start Gate

Up Through the Woods on the West Side of Allt Ghallabhaich

Passing a Shot up Deer Used for Target Practice

Looking Back Down the Track

Ahead in the Sunshine are the Crags on the Southern end of the Ridge on Cam Chreag

Close up of the Crags

The Crags from a Small Loch in the Drizzle

The Crags Getting Nearer

Looking Back Down Glen Lyon

The Little Loch from Above the Crags

Looking Back Down Along the Ridge

The Summit is Dead Ahead

The Summit of the Corbett Cam Chreag with the Munro Meall Buidhe (Bagged 2004) to the West

Looking Back Along the Edge of the Ridge with the Little Loch Just Visible Below

Just Visible Through the Mist above Loch an Daimh is the Munro Stuchd an Lochain (Bagged 2004)

Back Down at the Little Loch and its Drizzling Again

Cam Chreag from the Track Back Down the Glen

Close up of the Summit of Cam Chreag

The Summit of my Next Hill Beinn Dearg just Visible

Not Much Water in my River Crossing Probably Due to the New Hydro Scheme Higher up the Glen

Climbing up Through East Side of Allt Ghallabhaich

Turning up Into the Woods

Broken Down Gate at the End of the Track

Looking Across to the Graham Meall a' Mhuic from the Corner of the Woods

A Faint ATV Track now heads Further Uphill

Looking West Across to Cam Chreag

The Track to Cam Chreag from This Morning

Just Visible the Munro An Stuc (Part of the Ben Lawers Range Bagged 1997) from a Stone Cairn in the Middle of Nowhere

Looking East from the Summit of the Corbett Beinn Dearg is the Munro Carn Gorm (Bagged 1998)

My Finishing Gate is Behind the War Memorial


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