Sunday 2nd August 2015


Beinn Airigh Charr from the Southern Shore of Loch Maree

The River Ewe Which is Outflow to Loch Maree

Looking South over Loch Maree Towards the Torridon Hills

The Track gets a bit Rougher as it now heads Directly Towards Beinn Airigh Charr

The Track Ends Where two Rivers meet in a Gorge

Now a Footpath is Followed up to the Col Between Spidean nan Clach and Meall Chnaimhean

Looking Back N/W to Loch Maree and the River Ewe

Spidean nan Clach from the Col

Looking Back Down the Col Towards Loch Ewe

Looking N/W Above Spidean nan Clach from the Summit of Beinn Airigh Charr

Looking S/E Towards Beinn Lair and Slioch from the Summit

Looking East over Fionn Loch

Looking South over Loch Maree

The Sky Starts to Darken as the Hills are Left Behind

Once Again the Bridge over the River Ewe at Poolewe Eight Hours After I Last Crossed it

Monday 3rd August 2015

A Fancy Section of Path Leaving the Beinn Eighe Visitor Centre

A Fancy Waymarker 

Leaving the Woods Behind for the Open Hillside

Ahead Creag Dhubh the Northern End of Beinn Eighe

Looking Back Towards Kinlochewe 

Tomorrows Hill Meall a' Ghiubhais Looms Ahead

Crossing a Burn

A Pose in front of our hill for today Ruadh-stac Beag

Raining Quite Heavily Now

Starting to Climb Ruadh-stac Beag

Higher up we go with Matt Leading the way

Into the Crags for Some Shelter from the Rain

Come on This Way

Matt in Amongst the Boulders

The Very Wet & Windy Summit of Ruadh-stac Beag

Blue is the Colour on the Summit of Ruadh-stac Beag

Heading Down a Slightly Different Route

Easy Does it

The Suns Coming Out Now

Tomorrows Hill Meall a' Ghiubhais

The Eastern Crags of Ruadh-stac Beag

Matt & Steve Heading Back Down in the Sunshine

Tuesday 4th August 2015

Heading up Through the Woods in the Rain

Looking Over Loch Maree Towards Slioch

Raining Again

The Strong Winds Dry us out a bit

 To the N/E is the Graham Beinn a Mhuinidh and Gleann Bianasdail 

Raining Again

Ruadh-stac Beag from Yesterday

Stopped Raining Long Enough for a Quick Pic of Loch Maree

Heading for the Summit into the Wind

The Very Very Windy Summit of Meall a' Ghiubhais

Ruadh-stac Beag and Beinn Eighe from the Summit

Last Sundays Hill Beinn Airigh Charr Above Loch Maree

A Quick Drag out of the Wind

Heading for a Shelter

Another Quick Drag at the Bottom of Meall a' Ghiubhais

Heavy Rain Passing Meall a' Ghiubhais

The Final Very Wet & Windy Image of our Decent


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