Blustery Monday

8th April 2024

A day of blustery changeable weather.  Strong winds in the morning gradually eased through the afternoon.

The Ling hut with glacial debris behind.

Glacier debris (valley of 1000 hills) behind the Ling hut.

The most Westerly peaks of Liathach (Meall Dearg and Mullach an Rathain) seen from the Northern side.

Beinn Eighe.

Morning light on Sgurr Dubh.

The East ridge of Stuc a Choire Dhuibh Bhig and Southern slopes of Coinneach Mhor Beinn Eighe.

A passing shower crosses the upper slopes of Liathach.

A ribbon of snow on the South side of Beinn Eighe.

Coireag Dubh Beag, Liathach.

Coireag Dubh Mor, Liathach.

This friendly wee soul (Calum) is a regular visitor here.

Dashing deer.

Comments on this post

  • Winky O’Neale
    8th April 2024 5:12 pm

    Calum is a friendly wee soul. I would miss him if and when he is no longer hanging around the car park.

    • torridonadmin
      8th April 2024 6:07 pm

      Hi Winky he sure is,
      Next time we must remember the bag of carrots.

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