Knockendarroch House Hotel
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... about Levels and competition with the man standing next to me. He turned out to be the Director of all Highland games in Great Britain. He gave me pointers for at least 15 minutes - very kind man!!
Remember that heavy rain forecast? Well, it arrived, with a bang, about 12:30. Our shoes and pants were soaked within minutes. We tried to wait it out, but decided that we had seen: solo pipers; piper bands; Highland dancers; throwing ...
... some snow patches to cross, and thence to the rocky summit and spectacular cliffs. As we enjoyed the summit views there was a roar of a plane and we were treated to the sight of an RAF typhoon flashing down below us in the Lairig Ghru! We met the rest of the party as we started our descent, and enjoyed their company for some of the descent as a few clouds bubbled up and the wind increased.
A great day to end an excellent week
Tuesday 27th May; Geal Charn 926m
Today we had Louise and Graham for company, and drove up the beautiful Spey valley, through a glorious Glen to Garva Bridge west of Laggan. We had a good ascent, then contoured, missing the path entirely until we got to a stream to regain it after a fashion. We finally got ...
Sunday 25th May; Mullach Clach a Bhlair 1019m
We set off for Mullach Clach a Bhlair down the beautiful Glen
Feshie, Martin and I choosing to go along the valley whilst the rest of the
group chose the higher route as they intended to do both Munros. We'd both done the more northerly one before, but Martin had not done the Southerly one so we chose to do that first as the weather looked as if it might be turning.
... age, with poles propping up many of its branches. Still worth the walk to say we had seen it. Birnam also has another Beatrice Potter connection- she certainly got around- and consequently another memorial. This time it was a lovely garden and great for eating our rolls which we had purchased from the local deli. Having seen all there was to see in Dunkeld and Birnam we headed east to Aberfeldy to see yet another castle. This one however was a little different ...