Saturday 6th May 2017 (Travelling day)


Boots on Outside the Cluanie Inn in Glen Shiel

The Cluanie Inn and the Munro Aonach Meadhoin (Bagged 1997) 

Crossing the Concrete Bridge over the River Cluanie

Entering The Cluanie Estate "I Wonder if we will see any Deer?"

Cluanie Inn and the Pointy Peaks of the Munro Ciste Dhubh (Bagged 2003)

In the Background the Munro Aonach Meadhoin (Bagged 1997) and the Corbett Am Bathach (Bagged 2016)

Heading out on the the Old Road to Tomdoum above Loch Cluanie

The Northern Cliffs of my Target Hill the Corbett Beinn Loinne Comes into View

Passing the Only Tree on Route

Leaving the Old Road from it's High Point and Heading up Towards Beinn Loinne

"See You Back at the Car I'm Going Deer Stalking"

She's not Very Good at Stalking!

Is that a Hoi Sin Duck Wrap I can Smell?

The Summit not Getting any Nearer

Looking South over Loch Loyne and the Ben Nevis Range of Hills

Close up of Aonach Mor (Bagged 2008) and Carn Mor Dearg & Ben Nevis (Both Bagged 2011)

The Ben Nevis Range from the Trig Point on the Summit of Beinn Loinne 

Selfie on the Summit of Beinn Loinne

Looking East Towards the Wind Farm on the Corbett Meall Dubh (Yet to Bag)

Looking N/W up Loch Cluanie

Close up of the Loch with the Cluanie Inn and Cluanie Lodge Sheltered in the Trees

The Munros Creag a' Mhaim & Druim Shionnach (Both Bagged 2002) Tower Above the Old Road

Looking back up at the Moonrise on Beinn Loinne

The Munros Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan (Bagged 2002) far left & A' Chralaig (Bagged 2009) Above Cluanie Lodge

Looking East Down Loch Cluanie

The Corbett Am Bathach (Bagged 2016) Above Loch Cluanie

Three Deer Above Loch Cluanie

A Couple of Deer with the Cluanie Inn in Background

Sunday 7th May 2017

The Sea Front at Portree

Boats on Loch Portree

Parked in the Layby near Loch Ainort

Looking up at the Dark Clouds Covering my Hill

In the Sunshine to the North the Beinn Deargs

Looking Back Down to the Lay-by and Loch Ainort

Looking up at the Corbett Garbh Bheinn from the Summit of Druim Eadar Da Choire

Looking out to Sea Towards Eigg & Rum Above Loch na Creitheach

The Graham Belig also in Cloud

My Route Ahead

The Very Very Windy Summit of Garbh Bheinn

Looking Back Along the Ridge

Out of the Gloom and into the Sunshine on the Summit of Druim Eadar Da Choire Again

Looking Back up the Northern Ridge of Garbh Bheinn and Still in Thick Cloud

Close up of the Unmistakable Profile of the Munro Sgurr Dearg (Inaccessible Pinnacle Bagged 2005)

The Beinn Deargs still Cloud Free

The View Back Down and What a Contrast to the Thick Black Cloud I Left Behind

Passing Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach from the Path Back Down to the Car

Coral Beach, Skye

Fairy Glen,Skye


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