Enjoyable walk with some great views all round. Followed the route suggested here on WH. Thankfully the weather stayed fairly decent and the only people I saw all day was a brief passing of a party of 4 midway between the 2 Munro's.
The view down Coire Mhusgain
Looking up to see whats in store for me
The big Ben comes into view
Looking up to the mighty cliffs of Stob Ban
Sgurr a' Mhaim + the Devils Ridge
Stob Ban summit
Down to WHW
Across to the Ben again
The way I'm headed
WHW and Mam na Gualainn
Back up to Stob Ban
A bit further on. A couple of the people I saw are just to the left of the boulder (centre)
Moody skies over Loch Linnhe and Beinn a Bheithir
Summit of Mullach nan Coirean
I'm going down that ridge
The view up Glen Nevis. I followed the deer fence down to a style the on to tracks through the trees and eventually after a short trip on the tarmac arrive back at the lower falls carpark.
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