Adding so many to my 'must climb' list - also making me excited about my summer plans (which include the Torridon giants and Tryfan/Glyders - mentioned a few times above)
Goes to show it is a really subjective experience, depending on many factors. For example, I climbed Ben Nevis as part of the national 3 peaks, really busy, really wet and claggy - no views at all, total slog; however, I am desperate to go back and climb via ledge route/ descend via CMD on a clear day. I imagine those two walks would be worlds apart - but same hill.
Beinn Chabhair is on a few people's bad lists (in the other thread I stole this from on Facebook too), I'd be interested in hearing if it is someone's favourite hill. Maybe give me a perspective to return to my nemesis and resolve things
Sgurr a'Mhaim - climbed this with my wife, her last Munro walk before bad knees set in. So very special for me. In this view from Aonach Beag, it's on the right above a cloud-filled Glen Nevis. A very old photo!
Sgurr a'Mhaim looks like it will become a special one for me too: my dad has currently bagged 230+ munros and hoping to compleat next year, saving this one for the compleation and I will be joining.