Beinn Teallach

We returned to an area we had walked in just over a year previously to do the other half of a natural pairing of hills near to Tulloch. Beinn Teallach was left out last time due to a lack of daylight time and very cold temperatures with its neighbour, Beinn a’ Chaorainn, being ascended on its own in very different conditions to those we enjoyed this time.

Beinn Teallach

Beinn Teallach

The views from our hotel at breakfast were less than inspiring for a day up high, but as forecast things were much better just that little bit further in from the coast, and throughout our walk, the one only tops in cloud were the very highest ones; Aonach Mor, Ben Nevis, and those further west sitting closer to the coast.

Stob Coire Easain and Grey Corries

Stob Coire Easain and Grey Corries

Allt a' Chaorainn

Allt a’ Chaorainn

Nice river views on our way in, and nice ones behind us over Loch Treig and the Grey Corries and adjacent hills too and once up high, views in to a a less visited area beyond Glen Roy and across, east, to Creag Meagaidh area – just the back of it though, nothing too dramatic other than the ‘Window’ which leads down to the impressive cliffs, hidden from us this time.

Creag Meagaidh's 'Window'

Creag Meagaidh’s ‘Window’

Loch Treig

Loch Treig

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A definite sense of autumn in the air, colours on the ground changing, yet the trees were still largely green and there was only one hint of a deer heard along the way, but the rut must be just round the corner.

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