We set out with a plan of the classic mountaineering scramble of Beinn Alligin. Plenty of rain, plenty of mist and plenty of midges (and even a bit of sunshine)!
|'The Horns' of Beienn Alligin with the weather providing an intensified atmosphere!|
|Looking North towards the Sheildaig Forest|
|Nearing the top of The Horns with the summit pyramid of the summit removing its misty covers|
visible to the West (left)
|Looking back down the ridge towards the ridge of Liathach|
|The amazing glacially sculpted mountain landscape of Torridon|
|In fact so good its worth seeing twice!!!!|
|Quick nerd moment.. A wonderful example of a post-glacial rockfall. The upper section of|
Beinn Alligin seems to have just fallen off!