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Images from the Walks
111711Loch Bealach a' Bhuirich north of Glas Bheinn
111712Loch na Gainmhich with the Quinag beyond
116101Tiny lochans dot the hillsides of Scotland
116102Looking north, Loch Shiel is partly covered by low cloud
116103Loch Shiel from summit of Beinn Resipol
116104View south from Beinn Resipol & trig point
116105View north to Glenfinnan from Beinn Resipol
116201Cloud lifts from hills on either side of Fionn Ghleann
116202The view east from the summit of the Pap of Glencoe
116203Pap of Glencoe, view north to peaks of the Mamores
116204Descent from Pap of Glencoe & view across Glen Coe
116205Pap of Glencoe from outskirts of Glencoe village
116301Looking west along the shores of Loch Arkaig
116302Loch Arkaig from south ridge of Fraoch Bheinn
116303Looking south from Fraoch Bheinn to Sgurr Thuilm and Streap
116304Bad weather heads down Glen Dessarry from Fraoch Bheinn
116305The head of Loch Arkaig with solitary cottage
116401The Old Man of Storr is etched against a cloudy sky
116402View from Storr Sanctuary, Trotternish escarpment
116403Cloud descends over the pinnacles of the Storr Sanctuary
116404The Old Man of Storr towers over the Sanctuary
116405The cliffs beneath the summit of the Storr
116501View north from Bealach Ollasgairte to The Prison
116502View from Bealach Ollasgairte
116503The Needle taken from near The Prison
116601Black Cuillin from jetty at Elgol
116602Black Cuillin from Elgol & Sgurr na Stri
116603Blaven from the shores of Loch Slapin
116701Sgurr Alasdair, highest peak in Cuillins
116702View from Coire Lagan to Soay
116703The Great Stone Shoot in Coire Lagan ....
116704Stream tumbles down from Coire Lagan
116705Rocky peaks soar skyward towering above Allt Coire Lagan
116706High peaks of Cuillins circle Coire Lagan
123401The path leading up the hill towards the Pap of Glencoe
123402Loch Leven from ascent of Pap of Glencoe
123403Looking west from the summit of the Pap of Glencoe
123404View to Bidean nan Bian & lost valley, Pap of Glencoe
123405Monument in Glencoe
123406Glencoe offers many camping options!
126601The lighthouse at Point of Stoer
126602Looking north along the coast to the Point of Stoer
126603View north along coast to Old Man of Stoer
126604Looking north along the coast to the Old Man of Stoer
126605The Old Man of Stoer
126606Northwest Highlands from Sidhean Mor, Point of Stoer
126607The route across the moor from Sidhean Mor
126608The Point of Stoer lighthouse
127601Path to Loch Avon from Fiacaill a' Choire Chais
127602First sighting of Loch Avon
127603The steep path to the Loch
127604View of Beinn Mheadhoin
127605The awesome crags of Carn Etchachan
127606Stacan Dubha in full view
127607The eastern outlet of Loch Avon
127608Loch Avon from The Saddle
127609Ptarmigan Station, the highest restaurant in the Britain
130501Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve boundary near Kinlochewe
130502Approach to Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe from Circe-fraoich
130503Fly Agaric are common, Bienn Eighe Nature Reserve

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