Tigh Na Cheo Guest House
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The Peak Challengers were up and about at 0600 so I decided to have an early start too. I caught a bus at 0730 into Fort William but had missed the early ferry to Camusnagaul so I had to wait for the next at 1000.
This was to be another day on tarmac. I continued on the single track A861road along the south side of Loch Eil (a westward extension of Loch Linnhe). Weatherwise it was a day of sunshine and heavy showers so the ...
... br> During the morning the rain came and went and I must have stopped to remove or don cagoule or waterproof trousers 5 or 6 times. I thought I might have stopped for a coffee at Corran but I had a deadline to meet and when I got there I realised that time was a bit tight. I grabbed a quick lunch in a bus shelter - by now it was raining steadily, and pressed on.
My self-imposed rules do not permit me to take ferries but I can use bridges. Use of the Corran ...
... potion and
fuelled me effortlessly up the hill in the cool evening temperatures. The
views were stunning, the selfies at the summit were not.
By the time I had joined Al and Jez at the Inveroran Hotel, it was now
about nine o clock. I found Alasdair lying face down on his bed in his
pants, dead to the world. Ever the pragmatist, Jeremy was trying to secure
us a hearty evening meal. Given meal time was over at 8pm, the staff gave
... zig zagging ascent of Beinn na Caillich. It was pretty steep but a nice trail and we reached a plateau near the summit. Here we were rewarded with fantastic views. After a snack the weather came in again- whipping cold wind and a little drizzle. We continued up until we reached a lot of snow just before the summit. Gingerly attempting to keep going we decided it was a bit steep and slippery, and maybe not such a great ...
... 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 ...