We set out from Corrie Hallie on a brilliant but hot day an traversed the mountain clockwise. The antics involved in getting Prince up the Corrag Bhuidhe have already been described:-
Here are the photos:-
Somewhere on the track to Shenaval
The high point of the track - Sgurr Ban (left) and Beinn a'Chladheimh behind
Below Sail Liath
Looking up to Sgurr Fiona from about the same point
Views of the Corrag Buidhe as we continue round to Cadha Gobhlach
Looking straight down the ridge from Cadha Gobhlach towards the Corrag Bhuidh
Looking on to Sgurr Fiona
Looking back - most of the difficulties now over
Looking NW over Sgurr Creag an Eich
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