My first walk in Highlands. Definitely not the last one.
We've started at about 9am from slightly different place than on walkhighlands because the ascent was a liitle bit easier, GPX attached. Unfortunately after about 600masl there was a huge mist and no views at all. When I was descending clouds went up so I have a chance to take some more shots.
Walk is not very hard. I haven't been preparing for it at all, just few even easier walks in my home country (PL). It can be easily done in under 5 hours. I think I would be able to be about 30 mins quicker but I made lots of breaks for photos As it was my first walk I was worried that in Scotland there are no marked paths but the path is clear and with small help from GPX from walkhighlands it's not a problem.
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