this was our last Munro of 2010 before the weather changed (we are fair weather walkers). Up early and on the road for 8.30 to start walking at 10ish.
Weather was fair although there was cloud cover over the tops.
The higher it got the mistier it got as you can see from the summit photo, just followed the fence posts to the top.
on the way back down some great views towards the reservoir.
On the road down mrsh spotted a stag just crossing infront of us, she always sees them first i just take the photos.
an uneventful slog back to the car and home, no 4 complete
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