Glen Fruin Loop: A beautiful walk today, over Beinn Chaorach, Beinn Tharsuinn and Beinn a Mhanaich. Frost and a clear blue sky. Notes, pictures and map: walkmap
Glen Finlas Loop, yesterdays walk, notes, map & photos: walkmap
I had a good walk round the Glen Douglas loops today, perfect weather for walking. Notes, photos and map: walkmap
This was supposed to pan across, but my clockwork egg timer has weakened and stopped after a minute. This should have gone across several of the Arrochar Alps.
Quite a lot of rain recently, but we had a dry hour or so, some sun a a fairly strong breeze.
A few blue damselflies and smallish red dragonflies along the path. Sheltered by the bracken which is starting to droop, lots of flowers go to seed. Scabious coming up strongly.
A few peacock butterflies on the knapweed, a small copper on the path, the odd painted lady and white but fewer than recently.
I love seeing wood pigeons flighting in the wind. The Black Linn was full of rain water.
Another wander round these hills, notes, photos and map: walkmap
yesterday’s walk over An Caisteal and Beinn a’Chroin, map, photos, note: walkmap
Yesterday’s walk, map, notes and photos: walkmap
A favourite walk.
A mix of cloud and sun, with a nice breeze. Shirtsleeves all day.
The climb up Troisgeach was enlivened by the many tiny wildflowers around the burn. Mostly bedstraw and tormentil, but patches of thyme, butterwort, gentian and others. Reminds me of Scotland small? .
Lots of small heath butterflies and a few fritillaries on the way back down when the sun came out. The pools that wee full of frogs the last time are now full of fat tadpoles.
Found a nice 6 pointed deer horn on Troisgeach.
A few stags in velvet between Troisgeach & Meall an Fhudair.
photos and map: walkmap