We travelled up on the Tuesday, booking in to the campsite mid afternoon.
Wednesday saw us heading steeply upwards toward Beinn Dubh. The weather was good, thereabouts, sunshine with a few showers. The views were awesome.
. A pleasant walk down the glen and back to the campsite and a welcome cup of tea. Mike gives the day an estimate of eight miles of walking and two thousand, five hundred feet of ascent.
Thursday saw us once more heading up Glen Luss. It was very upwardly upward to Beinn Eich. What followed though was a delightful airy walk along a broad ridge toward Doune Hill.
We picked our way down the steep corrie, finally picking up a faint path. This led us to Glen Mollochan. Initially very wet and boggy underfoot.
Glen Luss, possibly a carving from the old, ruined chapel marked the map?
Saturday saw us heading back south.
Ancient tree, Glen Luss.
Duck patrol, they were after my porridge!