Monday, 6 February 2017

Deep Powder in Torridon

Ben Alligin summits

After the difficult plod in deep powder snow on Beinn a' Chreachain 1081m, (never eard of it I hear you say) I travelled north to the Torridon area, my objective was Slioch but one look  told me it was not a goer in current conditions without skies or snowshoes.

As I have done the other Torridon Munros several times so I decided to take some sunrise photos, walk into the stunning Coire Mhic Fhearchair middayish which would allow me to get back for some sunset shots.

Back at the car I had problems so I had to shelve next days plans and make a daylight dash back an auto electrics shop in Fort Bill.

The stunningly impressive Coire Mhic Fhearchair


Liathach Pinnacles 

The dark side of Liathach

 Peering into the Fisherfield Forest 

Frozen Trees on the drive south

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