Tuesday 6th Aug 2013 (Travelling Day)


Don't Need GPS Here

Close up of a Head of Ling Heather

Dragon Fly Holding on to Blade of Grass

Beinn Enaiglair & Meall Doire Faid Above Footbridge

Old Shieling Next to Path

Waterfall Below The Cliffs of Meall Doire Faid 

A Bank of Brightly Coloured Bell Heather

Home Loch Looking Towards The Fisherfield Hills

Waterfall Below The Cliffs of Meall Doire Faid

The Damp, Cloudy and Windy Summit of Beinn Enaiglair

Waterfall with Beinn Enaiglair in the Distance

Another Waterfall with Beinn Enaiglair in the Distance

Devil's Bit Scabious

Home Loch with The Jagged Top of An Teallach on the Skyline

Beinn Enaiglair & Meall Doire Faid Above Home Loch

Devil's Bit Scabious With Nearly all it's Petals Gone

Wednesday 7th Aug 2013

Spidean Coinich on Quinag our 1st Summit on the Skyline

Car in Car Park with Glas Bheinn Behind

Starting to Climb Now

Thirsty work this Corbett Bagging (note new boots)

Getting Steeper 

A Stone Shelter Overlooking Loch Assynt

Looking at Spidean Coinich 

Getting over an Unnamed Top Before the Summit

Spidean Coinich, Lochan Bealach Cornaidh and Sail Gharbh

Looking Back Down Loch Assynt

The Final Climb to the Summit

Nearly There

The Summit of Spidean Coinich the 1st on Quinag

Leaving the The Summit of Spidean Coinich Behind and on to the next one

Looking Down Towards the Car Park From of Spidean Coinich

Climbing Over the Pointy Top on That's on The Way 

Leaving the Pointy Top to Continue on the Ridge

Climbing Again

Ahead Lies the Cloud Free Summit of Sail Ghorm

Making Progress Along The Ridge

Nearly There and the Cloud is Coming Back

The Very Cloudy Summit of Sail Ghorm the 2nd of the day

Leaving Sail Ghorm Behind us

 Sail Gharbh is now Ahead of us

The Start of the Ridge on to the Summit

Sail Gharbh Another Very Cloudy Summit the 3rd of the day

Spidean Coinich and Lochan Bealach Cornaidh

Leaving Sail Gharbh for Bealach a' Chornaidh

The Ridge Looking back Towards Sail Gharbh

 Ahead the Pointy Unnamed top we Came Down This Morning 

Nearly at the Bealach

All That's Left is a Nice Steady Walk Back to the Car

Thursday 8th Aug 2013

Setting Off up Canisp

Passing one of the Many Piles of Stones on Route

Looking Back to Loch Awe Where we Left the Car

Overlooking Cul Mor and Stac Polly to the South West as we Gain Height

First View of Suilven to the West

Nearing the Summit

Suilven and Loch na Gainimh

The Summit of Canisp with Yesterday Hill Quinag in the Background

A Closer Look at Quinag and Loch Assynt from the Summit

Suilven and Loch na Gainimh from one of the Shelters on the Summit

Leaving the Summit of Canisp with Suilven and Loch na Gainimh as a Backdrop

Last View of Suilven

Heading Back Down With Breabag Tomorrows Mountain on the Other side of the Glen


The Mountain on the Skyline is The Munro Conival

Walking on a Polished Granite Bed with Conival and Breabag in the Distance

Canisp with Low Awe in the Foreground

Friday 9th Aug 2013

Boots on in the rain

Xxxxxx Midges get Everywhere

Heading up the Glen Towards the Caves in Light Rain

Caves in the Cliffs on the South Side of the Glen

Starting to Climb Above the river

The River now way Below

Building the Never to be Seen Again Marker in Heavy Rain and Very Low Visibility

The Very Wet Summit of Breabag

Some Very Wet Cavemen

Saturday 10th Aug 2013

The Start of the Walk from the Ben Wyvis Car Park

The Picnic Bench

It's Nice to Feel Welcome

Little Wyvis Seen from the Forest Footpath

Ben Wyvis Seen Reflected in the Raindrops

Ben Wyvis from the Path and from Crossing Over Allt a' Bhealaich Mhor

The Sun Shining on Loch Glascarnoch

The Summit of Little Wyvis

The Footpath Leading up Ben Wyvis


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