Lots of great reports on the Meagaidh circuit in various conditions on the forum.
But just had to share with you my jaunt round them, again, during that week in March - it's too much blue for one man's soul to bear!
The vapour trails that day were particularly stunning and just incessant - really hard to make good time when that's going on above your head.
Met one couple at The Window who had climbed up (looked a hard slog). Other than that, saw just a couple of ants all day.
After the couple left (so as not to make them envious), bum slid down from The Window (my first) to wrap up an awesome day, sun burnt and sore faced.
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