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Weather forecast promissing for the day, after some clouds early morning, then suppose to be clear sky and good visibility...watching the clouds mooving over and then away finally, I started my walk in hope to see all the great mountains around from top of Beinn a'Bheithir...
- Beinn a'Bheithir from distance. Sgorr Dhearg on the left and Sgorr Dhonuill on the right
- The Dragon's Tooth is visible almost all the walking time - now from the forest path
- Love the path via Forest...and the sky looks clear...promissing
- I left the path and started climb this steepy slope straight up as shortcut
- Almost on top of Sgorr Dhearg - looking at Sgorr Dhonuill opposite
- I walked a little down on the ridge to get better view of the summit from this angle
- Summit selfie with the view towards Sgorr Dhonuill
- Time to go to Sgorr Dhonuill...( self timer shot )
- Another view from the summit, but confused about the visibility...sunny clear sky and Loch Leven with Pap of Glencoe is almost invisible...the view suppose to be !!!
- The view is clear for short distance only...Descending Sgorr Dhearg towards ascent of Sgorr Dhonuill
- Looking at the valley, there is the start point - behind the Forest at South Ballachulish
- In the middle between Sgorr Dhearg and Sgorr Dhonuil, looking back at Sgorr Dhearg...there is the usual path on the left over the edge, I will use the way for descending back to the car park after Sgorr Dhonuil
- The ridge to the Dragon's Tooth
- Near the summit of Sgorr Dhonuil
- Looking back...The Dragon's Tooth ridge and Sgorr Dhearg
- On the Summit - posing for the self timer
- After short walk to the West side over the summit
- Looking over the Glen towards South ballachulish...where is the view which suppose to be...???
- Sgorr Dhearg...atleast
- Looking over the Dragon's Tooth
- ...and the Dragon's Tooth from the bottom, on my way back to the car park
- Nice path outside the Forest...
- Looking back once again...everything looks so clear, but why not views to the distance...( Glencoe, Mamores and Ben Nevis...I missed the view
Video from both summits: