A hill which if it didn't have Corbett status I don't think would be visited often, especially when you have Ben Vorlich in your sightline throughout the walk Left home about 8.30 got through the usual rush hour traffic at Castlecary and arrived at the ample layby parking at Ardvorlich by 10 o'clock, conditions were excellent and a few other cars were parked, a couple of groups were heading for the Munro's, however I was the only person doing the Corbett . I took the path through the estate, well sign-posted and at the break off between the two paths took the left one, following the deer fence and as that ended just took the land-rover track through Glen Vorlich.Ben Vorlich looked enticing on my right hand side and Beinn Domhnuill was prominent at this stage.The land-rover track petered out and it was a case of heading south-east through the peat hags negotiating a route round them, not a pleasant experience, however it was fairly dry and eventually Meall Na Fearna came into view,have to say not particularly inspiring. Took the route to the left hand side and after a short climb reached the summit. Spent a pleasant twenty minutes soaking in the view, eating lunch and looking at the route over to Creagah an Lochan, my next objective. Once again it was a process of finding a path through the peat hags and keeping sight of the old fence line made my way over to Beinn Domhnuill, found this to be a more pleasant viewpoint than Meall Na Fearna, admired the views down the Glen.
The small lochan at Creagah an Lochain looked a nice feature ,and after a bout of peat hag wandering got to the spot, spent a few minutes taking in the view and made my way down the slopes through the heather, eventually picking up the land-rover track and heading back to Ardvorlich.
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