It is worth noting that the route on WH's website is more accurate than SMC usually excellent routes as it suggests parking at same location then walking a weebit along the road to a faint stalkers path.
There also great views of Gleann Lichd which is the start and first 4 miles of the Highland Cross biathalon which a lot of sad people do every midsummer every year until they mature and come to their senses
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