Still Autumn in Ryvoan Pass

A gentle walk in to Ryvoan Bothy, stopping a while at An Lochan Uaine to take in the reflections on it and admire the colours displayed by the trees surrounding it. The water level was much lower than on my previous visits and that together with the very still surface revealed a lot more of the dead trees and rocks lying both at and beneath the surface.

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At the bothy itself – a stunning spot – we lounged in warm, still air with the sun blazing down on us and found it hard to get going on our return leg.

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This was my fourth time walking (or running) in this neck of the woods and all of them have been this year. I’ve yet to see it in winter though, but hope to before long as it really is a gem of a place with no real effort required to enjoy it.

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