Wednesday 29th May 2024


Into the Woods from the Car Park in Kinlochleven

A Dodgy Wet Plank by the Waterfalls

One of the Many Lilac Rhododendron Shrubs in the Woods

Higher we Go Steeply Through the Woods

Loch Leven from Above the Tree Line

High Above Kinlochleven

A Pose at the Path Junction

Heading for Loch Eilde Mor

Time for Relection

Looking up at the Mamores from the Loch Outlet

Leaving Loch Eilde Mor 

Heading for the Hills

Time for a Break and Soak up the Solitude

Climbing Again

Into the Wind and Rain

Over Here

The Wet and Windy Summit of the Corbett 'Glas Bheinn'

Another Pose in the Rain (Keep Smiling)

Out of the Wind and Rain and Heading back Down to Loch Eilde Mor 

In Glen Coe the Munro 'Buachaille Etive Mor' (Bagged 2007)

Nearly Back to the Loch

The Munros 'Binnein Mor' (Bagged 2009) and 'Sgurr Eilde Mor' (Bagged 2007) above Loch Eilde Mor 

Come on Keep Going

Leaving Loch Eilde Mor and Our Hill Behind   

Crossing an Inlet to the Loch

Loch Leven Comes into View Again

A Pose at the Top of the Path Before we Head Down

High Above Kinlochleven

Not Far Now


Thursday 30th May 2024


Heading Down the Fish Farm Track to Today's Hill (the Far Lump)

Just Visible the Hogwarts Express Steam Train on the Glenfinnan Viaduct

Loch Shiel

Climbing Above the Fish Farm

Keep Going up the First Lump

Still Smiling on the First Lump above the Fish Farm in Loch Shiel

Our Summit the Second Lump Comes into View

Easy Does it

Looking Back at the First Lump

Nearly There

The Summit of the Corbett 'Sgurr Ghiubhsachain'

Selfie on the Summit

Enjoying the Sunshine on the Summit

The Corbett 'Sgorr Craobh a' Chaorainn' (Bagged 2022)

Glen Guesachan

Setting Off Again with Only 6 Miles to the Car

Below the Summit

Still Smiling

Heading Back to the First Lump

A Bit of Down Climbing

A Pose with a Wee Rock

Uphill Again

'Sgurr Ghiubhsachain' from the First Lump

Passing a Lochan

Leaving the First Lump

A Pose Above Loch Shiel

A Bit More Down Climbing

Loch Shiel and Our Track Back to the Car

Nearly Back to the Fish Farm

Back on the Track

Leaving Our Hill Behind


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