Tuesday, 20 May 2014


The steep SW ridge of Airigiod Bheinn, the first summit today
Approaching the summit of Carn nn Gabhar
Lovely ridge walking in the sun
The Munro summit of Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, almost as long as the ridge
Looking back from Carn Liath
Carn Liath, the shapeliest of the three Munros
Kath, Louis and I had a wonderful day out on Beinn a' Ghlo, this big complex mountain in Perthshire which boasts 3 Munros. I always head up the steep ridge of Airgiod Bheinn first as it's a bit of a slog. which leaves the descent off Carn Liath a relatively easy stroll down at the end of the day. It's been over 8 years since I was last on this hill, a regular haunt when I lived in Killin. The weather was glorious in the morning with some high level cloud later in the day. Kath & Louis romped round this usually big day out in 8hrs and we only saw 5 other folk all day. Three more Munros on the cards for tomorrow and a good looking forecast again 

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