Buachaille Etive Mor

14°C, rain in afternoon.
Ridge walk with 4 summits over 3,000ft, though only 2 count as Monroes. The main feature was a snaking ridge which could have revealed breathtaking views if the cloud cleared. Only the first summit was clear and it stood over Rannock Moor with layers of mountains that ran on forever.


So, today’s summits-
Stob Dearg 1022m
Stob Na Doire 1011m,
Stob Coire Altruim 941m,
Stob na Broige 956m.
The last three formed an undulating ridge which was easy to navigate, even in cloud.

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