nick70 wrote:Excellent report. I really enjoyed reading it. I'm doing Beinn Narnain and (hopefully) Beinn Ime this Saturday, then a wild camp out. If I'm fit enough may even consider the cobbler, although the dark nights may not allow.
It's always beneficial to read other reports before a walk yourself I find. Once again, excellent report and thanks for the heads up on what I can expect
Thanks Nick, and good luck this weekend. The forecast is strong winds and not much view though! Wondering whether I'll have any luck on Meall nan Tarmachan etc on Sunday and Monday.
katyhills wrote:... route up to the bealach, doing the three summits from there, and back the same way. Despite the lack of fitness of the other two, they all managed it!
I find Beinn Ime a very dull hill compared to the others round about it, and the neighbouring Corbetts at the Rest and be Thankful are all nicer too, but it's a Munro, so people want to do it!
Walking across to A Chrois is a nice addition to Narnain, but many people ignore it as it doesn't 'count'. It makes a very pleasant round though
Thanks for the recommendations Katy. Next time in that neck of the woods...!
I know what you mean about Beinn Ime, though the views - if you get them - are worth that trudge. I think my favourite part of the day was the peace and the mini-scramble up Narnain thanks to the WH route (plus only doing the long forest zig-zag once).