TYNDRUM April 2013


Friday 12th April 2013 (Travelling Day)


Crossing the Oban Line by The Southern Station in Tyndrum 

Making Our Way Through The Woods Towards Glen Cononish.

Snow Covered Ben Oss to the South of the Farm Track

On The Lower Slopes of Beinn Chuirn

Climbing Into The Snow Line

Higher up we go

Higher Through The Rocky Outcrops

The Snow Getting Deeper

A Flat Bit

Nearing The Top

Getting a Battering by a Passing Blizzard

The Summit Dead Ahead

Ice Formations on The Old Boundary Fence Near The Summit of Beinn Chuirn 

The Summit of Beinn Chuirn

Frozen Eas Anie Waterfall

Close up of The Frozen Eas Anie Waterfall 

The Gold Mine Workings Near The Entrance

Leaving Beinn Chuirn Behind by the Mine Track

Discussing The Price of Gold Before Panning in The River Cononish Near Tyndrum

Saturday 13th April 2013

Mine is Bigger Then Yours

I Think its This Way

Are we Sure Its The Right Way

Up and Over The One and Only Stile on The Way up

Try to Look Like Your Enjoying Yourselves

Getting Above the Clouds

Glen Nevis Now Way Below

Above The Frozen Lochan Meall an t-Suidhe

Starting Out on The Zig Zags

Higher up The Snow Starts Getting Deeper

The Zig Zags Start to Disappear

Off They go With Crampons and Ice Axes

So Who Was Supposed to Fetch The Map and Compass

Crossing What is Normally The Waterfalls of Coire na h-Urchaire at The Top of Red Burn

Easy Does it

Steady Now

Looking Down Towards Carn Mor Dearg From The Edge of The North Face of Ben Nevis

Heading Back Towards Lochan Meall an t-Suidhe With The Great Glen Below


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