Posted: 03/10/2016 at 20:39
Yesterday's walk to Sgurr Eilde Mor - the most easterly of the Mamores, on the south side of Glen Nevis.
The fog en route stopped me getting any shots of Rannoch Moor, but five minutes further on, the fog was lifting and I got a quick pic of the two Black Mount hills (Meall a Bhuiridh and Creise) just before Glencoe.
Looking south over Loch Eilde with the Glencoe hills behind
Looking west over Loch Leven - the two Munros of the Ballachulish Horseshoe at the back. Pap of Glencoe sitting in front of them
Sgurr Eilde Mor and it's lochan - almost big enough to be a loch...
Looking north from the same spot. Binnean Beag centre of pic. Behind it - the Grey Corries on the right, the Aonachs on the left
Pano of Binnein Mor (left of pic) across ridge to Binnein Beag
Holidaymakers getting a clear shot of Nevis
From the summit ridge - looking down onto the lochan and across to Sgurr Mor Beag (which leads to Binnein Mor) with Na Gruagaichean just peeking up behind it
Ben Nevis and it's arete Carn Mor Dearg. The ridge from Binnein Mor to Binnein Beag in the foreground
From the summit looking south over the Glencoe and Orchy hills, B. Mor on right
Binnein Mor from the little arete on Sgurr Eilde Mor
Pano of S. Eilde Mor and lochan on way back
View up to Am Bodach - another of the Mamores - on the way back down
Hope you enjoyed my jaunt to the beautiful Kinlochleven Mamores