A peaceful paddle into lonely Loch Teacuisr

A peaceful paddle into lonely Loch Teacuisr

A peaceful paddle into lonely Loch Teacuis

Staying at Resipole campsite this Easter provided Tania and me with an opportunity to explore Loch Sunart and the surrounding area. Meeting up with Steve that week, we decided that a trip into Loch Teacuis was in order.

I lived on the Morvern Peninsula some 30 years ago and had always wanted to approach Loch Teacuis and Barr by sea. This was the perfect opportunity - the weather was settled and the day was looking good..

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A superb viewpoint from Beinn Enaiglair

A superb viewpoint from Beinn Enaiglair

A day out on the hills, just after New Year. Beinn Enaiglair sits just above Braemore Junction between the Fannaichs and Beinn Dearg.

From a golden sunrise through to long distance views to the surrounding snow capped peaks, this was a great day out. It was hard going on the way up as the snow crust frequently gave way underfoot, but the views from the top more than made up for the effort.

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Liathach Traverse

The Traverse of Liathach

July and the height of summer saw Tania, Mick and me heading for Liathach and the full traverse of arguably one of Scotland's finest mountains.

The plan was to follow the classic route from east to west and the forecast for the day was certainly in our favour. Heading across to Torridon, Beinn Eighe was gradually clearing from an overnight covering of mist and the day was looking promising.

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