Had a clear day to go for a walk, and Blaven was chosen as the objective. So far, so good:
Headed up Coire Uaigneich:
The views were still good so far:
But right as we rounded the bend and started the final summit push, the clag was setting in:
There were moments when we thought it would lift:
The summit was cold, and we didn't linger there long:
Luckily we had brought our trusty anti-clag repellent:
Still a great walk and one I would do again with good weather for the views.
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