Video of fun :
First day of a three day trip, using up holidays before Christmas and I had my eyes set on the two Corbetts at the eastern end of Loch Arkaig. The plan was to head up these then head north into Assynt, a kinda half way house before heading north.
However after driving for over two hours and about a mile from the start of the walk I hit a problem - the road was flooded!!! I got out of the car and inspected the depth and realised my car wasn't going to get through!!
This is where plan B was deployed - and I headed to a nearby Corbett as described in the vlog
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