Edencoille Bed & Breakfast
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... to be careful not to take a misstep. While the south side of the peak that most people hike is a relatively gradual climb that almost any reasonably fit person can do, the north side is a 2,000 foot cliff face. You wouldn’t want to take a misstep off of that in the fog! The forecast was for mostly fog free summits on the munroes, mixed clouds and sun, and a low chance of precipitation for my climb day. It doesn’t get better than that ...
... Yum. Best part, we got to keep our tasting glass as a souvenir! After all of our excursions we just went to 2 local bars for some drinks and food. The first, Tartan's Tavern, was really cool. We talked to the bartender for a while. Then we went down the street for some food. We have a long day tomorrow. Driving 3 hours to the Isle of Skye, in apparently crazy roads and weather. Then we are driving all around Skye for all of the scenes out there! I'm so excited I hope the weather ...
I had ensconced myself in the Bridge of Orchy Hotel too long. And had too
many Bridge of Orchy lagers while waiting Jez and Alasdair. So much so that
by the time they arrived, had a pint themselves and motored on the final 3
miles to our most expensive night's lodgings, the Inveroran Hotel, I was
left nursing my pint and wondering if my legs would still work to cover the
3 miles over a mountain.
I needn't have worried, the lager had acted like ...
A pretty sleepless night due to sleeping bags being so restrictful in getting comfty, but a beautiful morning. We had some brekkie and packed up, heading to Kinlochleven.
We parked up and began walking along the West Highland Way. It rose up through some pretty woodland, before heading between some mountains. We decided we wanted to get on top of one of the mountains.
So we took a trail crossing the river, and ...
... gray and cloudy, but it seemed to fit the melancholic mood of the Highlands.
We found our hotel, the Kildonan Lodge, in Edinburgh pretty easily...only had to go down the block and turn around once, since we missed the driveway on a busy street. There were a lot of hotels and b&b's on the street, and most looked a lot alike, with the gray stone exteriors and hedged yards. Our room was on the 4th floor with no elevators...good leg workouts ...