Saturday 13th October 2018


On the Skyline Dead Ahead is the Top of the Corbett Carn na Nathrach in Glen Hurich  

One of the Locals Come to Greet us

"I Don't Like the Look of Him"


Disappearing into the Dense Steep Wet Woods to Gain the High Ground on the Eastern Ridge

Just Visible is Loch Doilet Where the Car is Parked in Glen Hurich

Leaving the Woods and Climbing up the Very Wet Ridge

Looking Back Down the Ridge

"Keep Going, Pretend it's not Raining"

The Very Wet Summit of the Corbett Carn na Nathrach

Bi-passing the Crags on Beinn Mheadhorn Again

Proper Wet Through But Still Finding Time to Pose Next to a Lochan

"How Wet are We?"

Sunday 14th October 2018

Loch Sunart from Outside the Hotel (A Much Better Day)

Boots on by the Shores of Loch Eil

Heading South up the Track that will Give us Access to the N/E Ridge of our Hill

Looking West Along Loch Eil Towards Glenfinnan

Smoke Reflected in Loch Eil from the (Jacobite Lord of the Isles) Steam Train Heading for Mallaig from Fort William

The Train Further West Along the Loch Passing Locheilside Station

Watching the Train from the Top of the Track

Heading West Along the Ridge Towards the Top of the Hill

A Pose by the Stone Cairn on the 609m Top

A Quick Fag

Then it's off Again

Still Posing by the Stone Cairn on the 609m Top

High Above Loch Eil

The Top is in Sight

Another Pose this time Below the Summit

Climbing the Stone Shelter on the Summit of the Corbett Stob Coire a' Chearcaill

The Trig Point of the Summit of my 150th Corbett Stob Coire a' Chearcaill

A Group Pose from the Trig Point

Another Pose by the Shelter

Lunch by the Shelter

Click Click Looking Down Coire a Chearcaill from the edge of the Summit Crags

Coire a Chearcaill

Reflections in a Small Lochan with Fort William & Loch Linnhe in the Background

Heading Back Down with Fort William & Ben Nevis across Loch Linnhe

Ahead is Corpach and the Eastern End of Loch Eil

Click Click Towards Ben Nevis

Corpach and Loch Eil

More Reflections in Another Small Lochan this Time with Ben Nevis in the Background

A Small Lochan with Ben Nevis (Bagged 1996 & 2011) in the Background

Corpach, Loch Eil and the Great Glen

Setting the Pace Back

Is that a Rainbow Coming out of my Rucksack

The Rainbow with the Munro Gulvain in the Background (Bagged 2006)

Me and my Shadow 

Loch Eil

The (Jacobite Lord of the Isles) Steam Train Returning to Fort William from Mallaig

Close up of the Steam Train Reflected in Loch Eil

A Rubber Boat on Loch Linnhe with Ben Nevis in the Background

The Corran Ferry on it's way to Pick us up


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