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Images from the Walks
130504Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe as seen from Circe-fraoich
130505View northeast from Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe to Kinlochewe
130506The tiny Loch Bharranch from Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe summit
130507View west along Bienn Eighe ridge
130508Making the way down past Coire Domhain towards Kinlochewe
130509Late summer is a good time for purple heather, Scotland
131201Achmelvich Bay, sandy beach & rocky shoreline
131202The grain mill at Alltanabradhan
131203Millstones lie outside the grain mill at Alltanabradhan
131204The sandy cove at Alltanabradhan
131205Rocky coastline between Alltanabradhan & Achmelvich
131206Coast between Alltanabradhan and Achmelvich
131207Turquoise seawater near Achmelvich Bay
131208Achmelvich Bay, beach & shoreline
131209Beach at Achmelvich Bay
131601Path to Falls of Kirkaig
131602The Falls of Kirkaig occupy a beautiful location
131603Suilven is a icon of Assynt
131701Sail Gharbh (Quinag) from A894
131702The approach route to Sail Gharbh (Quinag) from the A894
131703Spidean Coinich & Lochan Bealach Cornaidh
131704Bealach a'Cornaidh & Sail Gharbh
131705View from Sail Gharbh (Quinag)
131706Sail Gharbh (Quinag) & Suilven
131707View east to Sail Gharbh (Quinag)
131708The view south from the summit of Sail Gharbh (Quinag)
131709The view north west from the summit of Sail Gharbh (Quinag)
131801Balchrick post office
131802The small village of Sheigra from the peat road
131803Ruined circular building, Rubh' an Fhir Leithe
131804The coastline southwest of Sandwood Bay is spectacular
131805Am Buchaille (stack) west of Sandwood Bay
131806Sandy beach of Sandwood Bay & Cape Wrath
131807The path to Blairmore leaves Sandwood Bay
131808Moorland near Blairmore with Foinaven & Arkle
131809The approach to Blairmore from Sandwood Bay
131901Waterfall on the Allt nan Uamh
131902Spring (Fuaran Allt nan Uamh) exits from rock
131903Approach to bone caves, Allt nan Uamh
131904View from caves' entrance to Allt nan Uamh
131905The bone caves of Inchnadamph
131906View from bone caves of Inchnadamph
133801View to Glen Nevis above the hostel
133802View to Red Burn on the way up to the Half Way Lochan
133803Start of the zig zags up Ben Nevis.
133804From Red Burn, track up to Half Way Lochan
133805Walkers heading down the zig zags & Half Way Lochan
133806Cairn marking the path near the top of the zig zags.    Fort William and Loch Linnhe are now seen wa
133807Ben Nevis with ghost-like figures in the gloom
133808Walker crosses snowfield on path up Ben Nevis
134401The footpath leading to Coir nan Laogh
134402Looking across Loch Torridon to Beinn Damh
134403Path leading to Coir nan Laogh & Tom na Gruaagaich
134404The view from the summit of Tom na Gruaagaich
134405View from Tom na Gruagaich to Isle of Skye
134406View to Tom na Gruagaich from Sgurr Mor
134407Baosbheinn seen during the ascent to Sgurr Mor
134408Tom na Gruagaich from summit of Sgurr Mor
134409The Horns of Alligin seen from the summit of Sgurr Mor
134701Corbett Ruadh-stac Beag & Beinn Eighe

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