Saturday, 6 November 2010

Rannoch Moor, Mon and Meall Beag

Another favourite walk on the Rannoch Moor is climbing to the top of Mon, a small hill on the south of Loch Na h’ Achlaise, then crossing over to Meall Beag and onto the West Highland Way Walk, continue along to Ba Bridge then return via Ba River and the edge of the Loch Na h'Achlaise. It’s quite a strenuous walk as there is no path, the grass is very tussocky and difficult to walk on but it is reasonably dry underfoot. You can park in the small lay by on the A82 for the radio station on the side of Mon

Mon and Meall Beag reflected in Loch Na h Achlaise.

Cats Paws Clouds over Mon

Looking over Loch Na h’Achlaise and Loch Ba from the summit of Mon

A memorial cairn and Clach Leathad from the top of Mon

Stob a Choire Odhair from an un named lochan behind Meall Beag

Clach Leathad reflected in Lochan Mhic Pheadair Ruaidh

Beinn Achaladair, Beinn an Dothaidh and Beinn Dorain from an un named lochan behind Meall Beag

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