Friday 06th July 2007 Travelling Day


An Unmarked Bridge Over Markie Burn (That was Lucky)

Looking Down Glen Markie Towards The Spey Dam

Keep Going



The Summit of Geal Charn

Looking Towards the col Between Beinn Sgiath and Geal Charn from The Head of Piper's Burn

That Bridge Again This Time in The Rain

Saturday 07th July 2007

Climbing Slowly out of Glen Spean

Still Going up to Bhealaich Leambian

After Heavy Rain and Strong Winds The Summit of Creag Pitridh

After one hour of Continued Battering by the Elements The Summit Cairn of Geal Charn

After all That I Need a Beer Courtesy of Inverness Masonic Annual Fishing Trip on The Shores of Lochan na h-Earba

Sunday 08th July 2007

Heading Towards Coire Ardair

Nearing The Window in Coire Ardair

A Quick Drink as we Start Climbing 

The Loch now way Below

The Summit of Creag Meagaidh

Leaving Creag Meagaidh

The Summit of Stob Poite Coire Ardair and The Beach on Loch Laggen

Our Next Summit Nearly 3 miles Away

High Above Loch Laggan 

The Clouds now Bubbling up Behind us on Creag Meagaidh From The Summit of Carn Liath

A Common Spotted Orchid one many wild Flowers and Saplings in an Area of Natural Regeneration on the Lower Slopes of Carn Liath

Monday 09th July 2007

On The Road to Beinn a' Chlachair

Lochan na h-Earba This Time Without The Fishermen

On The East Top of with Geal Charn in the Background

Nearly There

A Well Earned Drink on The Summit of Beinn a' Chlachair

High Above the Beach at Lochan na h-Earba

Creag Pitridh and Geal Charn from Beinn a' Chlachair 

There Done and Dusted 7 Munros in Four Days


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