Ben Starav From Glen Etive Forest
First View of Beinn Fhionnlaidh From The Forest Track
"It's Safe Trust me"
"Are You Sure It's Safe"
Looking South Across Glen Etive and The Ben Starav Group of Munros
High Above The Forest on Beinn Fhionnlaidh's Eastern Flanks
To The SW Ben Sgulaird, Loch Creran and The Island of Mull
WOW What a View
The Summit Comes Into View
A Pair of Climbers Leaving The Summit
A Short Scramble up
Nearly There Now
Looking SW From The Summit of Beinn Fhionnlaidh Towards Mull
A Short Scramble Down
The Ben Starav Group of Munros
Stob Dudh on Buachaille Etive Beag From Glen Etive Forest
Thursday 11th August 2011
The Falls of Dochart in Killin After Hours of Heavy Rain
"Are we Going to be Licked Before we Start"
Leave Your Bike in The Bike Rack
"I Wonder Who Owns The Bike?"
Looking up Glen Fyne
Above Inverchorachan Looking Down Glen Fyne
One of The Many Waterfalls Cascading Down From The Col
After a Steep, Pathless Ascent Through Long Wet Grass on the Wrong Side of The Burn we Finally Find The Path
On The Ridge to The Summit of Beinn Bhuidhe in Strong Winds and Heavy Rain
It's Good to Get Out of Wind and Rain
The Bike Owner From Inverness Accompanies us Down From The Summit
"Hold it Just There"
Descending Back Down on The Path we Should Have Been on
Friday 12th August 2011
Climbing up Above Batavaime in Glen Lochay
The River Lochy Now Far Below
The Remains of an Old Fence Post on The S/E Ridge of Creag Mhor
The Wet Summit of Creag Mhor, "Now Lets See if we Can Find The Other Munro"
After a Lot of Navigation The Very Wet and Windy Summit of Beinn Heasgarnich,
Saturday 13h August 2011 (Travelling Day)
Rainbow in Strath Fillan
Could Have Done Without This in The Rain
The Higher we go The Wetter and Darker it Gets
Is This it?....(No)
Trying to Keep my Balance in The Wind and Rain on The Summit of Ben Challum
At Last we Get Out of the Weather and Head Back Down to the Car and Get Changed For The Journey Home