More Blue Skies

8th April 2023

Today was another stunning day. Slightly windier than yesterday but still dry and sunny with some very good views. Todays observation point was Sgurr na Ban-Mhoraire, a smaller hill at 687m, easily accessed from near Loch Torridon with good views in all directions. Pictures show what the Torridon area has to offer. Tomorrow will remain dry but be significantly windier, turning more unsettled on Monday and Tuesday

Looking across Loch Torridon. Beinn Alligin on the left, Beinn Dearg centre and Liathach on the right.

Beinn Alligin in the centre with Bein Dearg on the right.


Beinn Liath Mor (926m)in the back left, Sgurr Ruadh (962m) back centre with Meal Chean Dearg (933m) next right, Beinn Damh (903m) far right and Beinn -na-h-Eaglaise (737m) in the centre foreground.

Beinn Bhan

Good views out to sea as well today. Loch Torridon in the foreground. The North end of Skye behind and the Outer Hebrides visible in the distance.

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