The Old Forge, InverieA postcard arrived this week from Jez who's been visiting Inverie, at the edge of Knoydart. I'm so jealous! Inverie has been on my tick-list of remote places to visit for ages. The Old
Remind me again why I do this kind of thing in January? Thanks to Alex for the companionship on this greyest of days.
In which I pop my Torridonian cherry.
Two of the hills that rise above Glen Carron. Moruisg (928m / 3045ft)Sgurr nan Ceannaichean (915m / 3002ft)
A superlative day in the hills with Richard, Melanie, Hugh and Harriet. A cloudy start at low heights, but as we ascended higher we broke through a cloud inversion, being presented with stunning blue skies and incredible views across to
A great day bagging the two Munros that make up Beinn a'Bheithir - Sgorr Dheargh (1024m) and Sgorr Dhonuill (1001m)
The little sibling to Buachaille Etive Mor.
A couple of fine Grahams bagged on a short, steep lunchtime walk. Ben More Coigach (743m) Sgurr an Fhidleir (705m)