Being pushed for time we thought it best to go for a single this week after our treble of the previous week of Ghlas, Lawers and An Stuc. Another early rise seen us starting our ascent of Meall nan Tarmachan just before eight.
Not long into the walk the wind strated to pick up and the clouds rolled in, thankfully the rain stayed away though. It took us just over an our the ridge the small cairn where we didn't hang aroung for too long due to the strong winds.
Not much in the way of snaps this week due to conditions, still, it was an enjoyable walk even with the restricted views.
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