Saturday, 26 March 2016


Crossing Monathliath snow (in it's water form)
The quiet and wet Munro summit of Geal Charn
Looking up the long slopes to Geal Charn
Great conditions for these guys
Best of todays views
Today was the first time all winter that it rained on me from car park to Munro and back to car park. We headed to the solitary Munro summit of Geal Charn in the Monadhliath for a shortish day out. Having a very late start (12.30), I guess to put off the inevitable soaking. This range of 4 Munros are renowned for the boggy underfoot conditions and today's weather just exasperated the squelching. You would need to be a real Munro bagger if you did the whole range in a single outing! We saw no one on the hill, a Munro on an Easter weekend? Where was everyone hiding?

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