No path to enlightenment
24th March 2018
(Above) Looking towards the eastern end of the Carn Liath massif from Gaskbeg. Good plateau cover. Skiable snow cover down to 500m on E and SE aspects; less good on traditional windward slopes though. So if you thinking of doing ‘the round’ anticlockwise you’ll be carrying your skis to 650m if taking in Carn Liath summit from Aberarder.
(Above) Looking towards Sron a Ghoire from Kinloch Laggan. The A86 was busy with ‘soft-roader’ 4x4s and Sport Utility Vehicles (A misnomer?Â I can’t for the life of me identify any ‘sporty’ characteristics in these behemoths) this morning. Must mean Easter is nearly upon us?
(Above) A low slung rainbow in Coire Ardair just ahead of the blustery showers which passed through the area. Follows almost exactly the course of the main path in Coire Ardair. Deeply symbolic? It’s definitely not illuminating some ‘path to enlightenment’ and I can assure you there’s no pot of gold at the end of that particular path/rainbow. Because if there was, it would have long since disappeared into my rucksack and I would now be lotus-eating in some faraway exotic place and not taking photos in the rain & sleet at Creag Meagaidh. I digress..
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