A classic mountain at the head of Glen Etive (Munros Completed : Buachaille Etive Mor-Stob Dearg(55), Buachaille Etive Mor-Stob na Broige (56)).
Back to the Mamores & better luck this time (Munros Completed : Stob Coire a’Chairn (53), Na Gruagaichean (54)).
Some of the best weather conditions I’ve experienced to date in Scotland. Excellent snow conditions added to the favourable weather window (Munros Completed : Aonach Beag (52)).
An early start was necessary before the weather closed in (Munros Completed : Beinn Dorain (50), Beinn an Dothaidh (51)).
Probably, the most difficult weather conditions I’ve experienced in all my trips to Scotland so far (Munros Completed : Beinn a Chleibh (49)).
Loads of snow & tough going in the Mamores (Munros Completed : Am Bodach (48).
Six more Munros bagged in the Glen Shiel hills (Munros Completed : Aonach Meadhoin (42), Sgurr a’Bhealaich Dheirg (43), Creag a’Mhaim (44), Druim Shionnach (45), Maol Chinn-dearg (46), Aonach air Chrith (47)).
Early March is always a good time to visit Scotland with the lighter nights and good snow conditions so I headed to the Glen Shiel hills (Munros Completed : A’Chraileag (A’ Chralaig) (39), Mullach Fraoch-choire (40), Ciste Dubh (41)).
The cold, snowy start to the Winter season was a good opportunity to head back up to Scotland early. Although often cloudy, the wind was light and the snow deep (Munros Completed : Ben Lomond (33)).
Back to the Crianlarich hills for the New Year (Munros Completed :Ben More (37), Stob Binnein (38)).