Solitude! A last minute decision to take Friday off work saw me heading up to Glen Etive for a rare solo outing. The weather forecast looked perfect, and these three Munros (Ben Starav, Beinn nan Aighenan and Glas Bheinn Mhor) were part of the handful I have left to bag that can realistically be done as a day trip from Glasgow. As with our last outing, this was a route that is normally advertised as two separate walks, but it was just too tempting to tag on Beinn nan Aighenan and get all three done in one go. Another long one, but absolutely worth it.
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