Views from the centre of Scotland

24th January 2022

The mild conditions persist with another claggy day and a hill fog around for much of the time.

(Above) The stone denoting the centre of Scotland (or so it is claimed!) at Glentruim ,en-route to Creag Meagaidh

(Above)  Creag Meagaidh range from the middle of Scotland ,the MacPhearsons Monument at Gergask, Laggan (just visible)  a top Creag Bhuidhe in foreground.

(Above) Later, the view from Creag Bhuidhe itself and The MacPherson Monument – the drowned lands of Badenoch with Newtonmore’s Creag Dubh on the left.

(Above) The MacPherson Monument, Creag Bhuidhe, Laggan. NB more than just x1 MacPherson monument in these here parts!

(Above) The stony theme continued at Creag Meagaidh. The Boundary Wall of Coire Ardair. Beyond the small snow patch  a favoured terrain feature provides the location for a sample pit site, some several hundred metres above – but not today!!


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