Followed the standard route described here on WH until reaching the bealach on the return where, instead of taking the decent path I first carried on along to Sgurr na Bana-Mhoraire, then returned to the bealach to return down the same path used for ascent.The weather was overcast but managed some views on and off throughout the day, but it was increasingly windy, due to the remnants of hurricane Dorian forecast to hit the west coast in the evening which it did. I had been a little concerned about it as I was camping but, all was fine as I was pretty well sheltered being pitched in the trees at the Torridon campsite.
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