GLENCOE May 2019


Saturday 4th May 2019


Boots on Glen Etive (Traveling Day)

Heading Down to the Bridge over the River Etive with our Hill Stob Dubh Dead Ahead

Close up of our Route up Stob Dubh

Looking Back Down Glen Etive to the Corbett Beinn Trilleachan

Crossing the Bridge over the River Etive

Stob Dubh from the Bridge

Bluebells in the Woods

More Bluebells 

The Munro Beinn Fhionnlaidh (Bagged 2011) from the Track

Heading for the Hills

The Three Amigos

Stob Dubh Getting Nearer

Crossing the Bridge over the Allt Ceitlein

The Munro Ben Starav (Bagged 2005) and the Corbett Beinn Trilleachan (Bagged 2017)

Starting to Climb  

Leaving Glen Etive Behind

Looking Back

Into the Crags

It's Getting Steeper

Keep Going

First we go Left

Then we go the Right

Looking Back Down Glen Etive

WOW! What a View

The Munro Mountain Ranges of Buachaille Etive Beag (Bagged 2005) & Buachaille Etive Mor (Bagged 2007)

Admiring the View

A Pose on the Summit of the Corbett Stob Dubh (Beinn Ceitlein)

The Corbett Beinn Maol Chaluim (Bagged 2018) and the Munros Bidean nam Bian & Stob Coire Sgeamhach (Bagged 2011)

Ben Starav from the Summit

Heading Back Down

The Three Amigos Leaving the Summit

Still High Above the River Etive

Time to Enjoy the View

"We are so Lucky"

Nearly Back Down

Back on the Bridge

Sunday 5th May 2019

Boots on by the Shores of Loch Leven

Sgorr na Ciche (Pap of Glencoe) across the Loch  

Heading up the Rights of Way near Callert House

Looking across to Ballachulish and the Munros on Beinn a' Bheithir (Bagged 2008)

Pap of Glencoe attached to the Munro Sgorr nam Fiannaidh (Bagged 2009) and the Bidean nam Bian Mountain Range (Bagged 2011)

A Pose on the Way up

Climbing up to the Pass

Fish Farm Boat Checking his Salmon Stocks

Looking Back at the Graham Sgorr a' Choise and the Beinn a' Bheithir Mountain Range

The Top of the Pass

Leaving the Pass and Heading for our Hill

Behind us up the Other Side of the Pass is the Graham Tom Meadhoin

Looking Back Down Loch Linnhe

Looking Down the Glen on to the Last Leg of the West Highland Way

"Where's he Going"?

"Give us a Wave"

Reaching the Top of the Very Cold Windy Ridge

The Summit of the Corbett Mam na Gualainn

BRRRR! a Quick Pose in the Freezing Wind

Across Loch Leven is Tomorrows Hill Garbh Bheinn from the Summit

Looking Towards the Eastern Top Beinn na Caillich and Lochleven from the Summit

Looking North are the Munros Mullach nan Coirean & Stob Ban (Both Bagged 2009) with the Snow Covered Aonachs Behind

Heading Back Down

"Wait for me"!

Taking in the Views "We are so Lucky"

A Small Boat Speeds Across Loch Leven

Tomorrows Hill Garbh Bheinn from Loch Leven

Sgorr na Ciche (Pap of Glencoe) from Loch Leven

Hard Work this Corbett Bagging

Monday 6th May 2019

Boots on under our hill Garbh Bheinn

Starting the Climb

Higher we go

Through the Crags

Looking Down on Loch Leven

Taking a Breather

A Pose Leaving the First Lump

Heading for the Main Peak

Straight up

Keep Going

Looking West at Sgorr na Ciche (Pap of Glencoe)

Looking South at the Aonach Eagach Ridge

Looking across Loch Leven to Mam na Gualainn Yesterdays Hill

Nearly There

Reaching the Summit

Looking Over the Western Mamores from one of the Piles of Stones on the Summit

Close up of the Munros Ben Nevis & Carn Mor Dearg (Both Bagged 2011)

Still in Snow a Close up of the Munros Aonach Mor & Aonach Beag (Both Bagged 2008)

To the East the Blackwater Reservoir

Looking N/E the Lochs Eilde Mor & Eilde Beag with the Glen Spean Hills in Snow

A Pose on the Summit of the Corbett Garbh Bheinn 

Off for Lunch

Lunch in the Stone Shelter in a Small Hollow

Close up of Ben Nevis  

Heading Back Down

"WOW! What a View"

"Come on Keep up"

Fishing Boat on Loch Leven

Nearly Back to the Car


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