Saturday 2nd August 2014 (Travelling Day)


Car Park at the Side of Loch Hourn

Beinn Sgritheall and Beinn na h-Eaglaise

Beinn Sgritheall a Munro

Stag Party in Glen Arnisdale

First View of Beinn nan Caorach from the Rusty Bridge Near Achad a' Ghlinne

Highland Coos Grazing in Glen Arnisdale

Glen Arnisdale and Loch Hourn

Good Track to the Waterfall with Beinn nan Caorach Dead Ahead

Eas na Cuingid Waterfall

Looking over Loch Hourn to Knoydart 

The Very Wet and Windy Summit of Beinn nan Caorach

Beinn na h-Eaglaise and Beinn Sgritheall from Druim nan Bo

Stopped Raining Now for the Moment

The Old Deer Fence Leads the way to the Top

The Summit of Beinn na h-Eaglaise in Wind and Rain Again

Beinn nan Caorach From the Little Lochan on Beinn Bhuide

Corran on the Shores of Loch Hourn Where the Car is Parked

The  Zig Zag Path up to Waterfall from the West

Waterproof  Caterpillar

The Deer Path Through the Ferns Made for a Easier Descent

Sunday 3rd August 2014

Loch Duich from Strath Croe

The Path up Gleann Choinneachain

One of the Many Scotch Argus Butterflies in the Glen

The Weather Keeps Changing all the Time

A Lot of Water in the River as Bealach an Sgairne Comes into View on Route to Sgurr Gaorsaic

Scottish Orchid

Scottish Moth

Devil's Bit Scabious

The Waterfall Crossing the Path on Route to Bealach an Sgairne

River in Spate and Didn't Fancy Crossing it and after a lot of Deliberation Turned Back to Climb Sgurr an Airgid Instead

Bee and Fly on Devil's Bit Scabious

Sgurr an Airgid to the North of Morvich is Near Enough for a Afternoon Start

The Cemetery and Causeway Across Loch Duich

The Car Park at the Cemetery is the Starting Point for a Climb up Sgurr an Airgid

Loch Duich and Shiel Bridge

The Path to the Ridge on Sgurr an Airgid and the Road Over the Causeway at Shiel Bridge

Gleann Lichd and the River Croe

A Pile of Stones Mark the Access to the Ridge With the Summit Ahead of us

The Caravan Park in Morvich

A Beam of Sun Light Marks the Summit With a Chorus of Thunder

The Very Wet and Windy Summit of Sgurr an Airgid to go with the Thunder

The Tide Going Out at Shiel Bridge

Sgurr an Airgid Across Loch Duich from Shiel Bridge

Monday 4th August 2014

Starting out up Gleann Undalain

Crossing a Burn

The Path to Glen More will Take us Right up to Loch Choire nan Crogachan

The Higher we go the Wetter it Gets

The Path Levels out Just Before the Loch

Reaching the Cairn at Loch Choire nan Crogachan

Heading Back Down After Reaching the Loch Leaving me to Climb Sgurr Mhic Bharraich Alone 

Above Loch Choire nan Crogachan

The Gully on the Right Should Take me Through the Cliffs  

Yet Another Very Wet and Windy Summit Sgurr Mhic Bharraich 

The Weather Eases off as I Start my Decent

Yesterdays Hill Sgurr an Airgid Comes Into View

Sgurr an Airgid From the Path Above Glenshiel Lodge

Clearly Seen Now my Decent Route Down Sgurr Mhic Bharraich

Drying Off Below the Clear Summit of Sgurr Mhic Bharraich

Sgurr Mhic Bharraich from Shiel Bridge


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