I won't bore you with all the details of the trip but it was a fantastic week and I justb though I would share some of the fantastic pictures we took of a place that not many people get to see. Enjoy.
A view from our second campsite of our main water supply
Another mountainous view from the camp. It rained for the majority of the week, but the rain made the whole area look incredibly lush and healthy.
A view of some of the camp. There were about twenty students and six teachers. The orange bags are survival bags which we put our rucksacks in to keep them dry.
A view of the river where we washed and bathed during the little bit of sunshine we had. As you can imagine, we came back smelling pretty nasty.
On our second day we climbed the Munroe which is at one end of Glen Affrick. The view is of Glen Affrick, and the only civilisation that we saw for the week, Glen Affrick Youth Hostel. You may have to squint to see it
A view across Glen Affrick to the litttle bit of sunshine. Pity we didn't get it up the Munroe. These pictures may not interest you, but I think the whole area is beautiful.
The final two pictures are from virtually the top of the Munro, the first one is of Glen Affrick, the second of the Glen we came up from Morbick.
P.S. This is probably my last post for a while, although I may look on this afternoon. Off to the Jura region of France. Watch out for my Trip Report on easyjet