Myself and Michael met with Scoob Fi ,Ron and Mark for this cracker. Weather was fair but cold which meant for a super inversionCreag Meagaidh inversion by D.Souter2, on Flickr
A tough climb up to the first summit but the snow was firm and the views were amazing.Glenfinnan Hills by D.Souter2, on Flickr
With it being valentines day I had to be home for tea time so didn't hang about.Heading along the CMD by D.Souter2, on Flickr
Unfortunately the clag dropped after this shot so nae views till we arrived at the halfway LochanCarn Dearg reflection by D.Souter2, on Flickr
Arrived at the car at 3pm bang on 8 hours .a truly superb day on Scotlands finest arete.Loch Laggan reflection by D.Souter2, on Flickr Laggan on the way home
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