My last day in Arrochar had come. I planned to climb Beinn Narnain. The weather wasn’t too good, the visibility poor and there was a harsh wind. Luckily it didn’t snow. I managed to reach the trig point without a problem but quickly continued because at a hight of 926 m the desolated moonscape wasn’t very inviting. When I was back in the hotel I sat near the window for a long time to admire the Brack and the Cobbler. At the end of April I’ll be back. Nina and I will stay nearby Corrour and Fort William.
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