Just a short dash up these two before the storms and winds rolled in last Saturday.
For anyone following this route - don't be too tempted to use the gully to get to the summit of Sgurr na Sgine from the bealach after Sgurr a Bhac. There's a huge chockstone in there that makes progress very tricky and dangerous - also not for descent! Better to contour round following the wall and then pick up the blunt SW ridge of Sgurr na Sgine (as I've tried to mark on the map).
Here's a short aerial video of the ascent and the summit of Creag nan Damh. Couldn't fly after that with a few showers and high winds keeping me grounded:
Its not easy trying to fly and film yourself whilst walking on rough ground with a Jack Russel tied to your belt! Hope you enjoyed it anyway.
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