Seereen and I had a break from the white stuff today and crossed over Loch Linnhe to the beautiful Ardgour peninsula. We did lots of navigation en-route to the summit of Beinn na Cille, the obvious looking peak viewd from Corran. It was a bit cooler than yesterday once high above but the cooler air was also great for visability. We could see The Paps of Jura and Schieallion from the summits of this cracking wee mountain. Beautiful views down to Loch Linnhe and Ben Nevis and across to Glencoe. Wildlife spotted today included Ptarmigan, Golden Plover and a frog coping badly in snow (no crampons on).