Friday 11th May 2018


Traveling Day Boots on in Glen Croe Below Beinn Luibhean

Up & Over the Gate

Starting to Climb

Higher we Go

The Corbett Beinn an Lochain (Bagged Last Year 2017)

Nearly There

Keep Going

Close up Looking Back Down Towards the Car

The Munro Ben Ime (Bagged 2001) and the Corbett The Cobbler yet to Climb

Across Glen Croe are the Corbetts The Brack & Ben Donich (Both Bagged 2015)

Reaching the Summit of the Corbett Beinn Luibhean

The Very Very Windy Summit

Wrapped up Against the Wind

Heading Back Down Towards The Cobbler

Saturday 12th May 2018

The Munro Schiehallion (Bagged 1998) from our Hotel Bedroom Window this Morning over Loch Rannoch

Chit Chat with the Germans Before Breakfast

Boots on Opposite Loch Eigheach


Following the Route of the Old "Road to the Isles" and Vastly Improved for Access to the Hydro Scheme

Crossing Allt Eigheach with the Southern Ridge of our Corbett Beinn Pharlagain in Sunlight

Looking Down Allt Eigheach to the Northern "Bridge of Orchy Munros" (Bagged 2004)

A Pose at the Ford

Steady now

Crossing the Ford

Leaving the Track and Going Off Piste

Striding Out

Looking for a Place to Cross the River

"WHOOPS" Well at Least one Foot is Dry

Climbing the Hill Now

The Munro Carn Dearg (Bagged 2007) 

The Summit of the Corbett Beinn Pharlagain "Meall na Meoig"

Relaxing in the Sunshine (Not Like Yesterdays Hill)

A Pose on the Summit

Click Click

Looking Towards the Black Mount Hills, Glen Etive, the Glen Coe Hills and Loch Laidon

The Ben Nevis Range

Schiehallion from the Summit

Getting Ready to Set off from the Summit

Crossing the Ice Sheet

A Pose on the Snow

"Steady Now You Know What Happened the Last Time you Were on Snow"

A Pose Below the Ice Sheet All Safe n Sound

Passing an Unnamed Loch Just to the North of the Summit

The Munro Binnein Mor the Highest in the Mamores (Bagged 2009)     

Looking Back Over the Loch to the Summit

The Munro Carn Dearg (Bagged 2007) on the Other side of the Glen

Ahead the Munro Sgor Gaibhre (Bagged 2007)

Inspecting the Hydro Works in Glen Eigheach

One of the Wheatears that Followed us Down the Glen

Nearly the End of the Road

Looking Down Loch Laidon

Rannoch Station Without Trainspotting star Ewan McGregor and his Gang

Shall I go for a Swim?

Sunday 12th May 2018

Ready for the Off

Leaving the Car

Passing the Little Bothy

Car and Bothy

Heading for the Hills

The Top of the Hill Comes into View

Keep Going

Through the Snow



Reaching the Summit of the Corbett Beinn a' Chuallaich

A Pose on the Now Sunny Top

Big Smiles Say "CHEESE"

"Lets Have Lunch"

Looking West Along Rannoch Loch

Click Click

Heading Back Down

Leaving the Summit Behind

"Which is the Driest Route Back?"

"I Think you Should go Under the Minion Gate First"

"Here I go"

Nearly Through the Gate

And Another one Through

All Safe n Sound


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