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(I never tire from looking at them and they inspire me to plan more trips. I hope they have the same affect on you!)

The Central Cuillins
Central Cuillins
The Central Cuillins from the col between The Inacccessible Pinnacle and Sgurr MhicChoinnich.
Sgurr ba Banachdaich (965m), Sgurr Thormaid (926m), Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh (973m) and Sgurr a'Mhadaidh (918m) - from left to right. An excellent scramble and one of my favourite routes in Skye. Mind you Skye is one of my favourite places irrespective as to what you climb, including Glamaig.
An Teallach
An Teallach
An Teallach from Sgurr Creag an Eich (1017m).
Sgurr Creag an Eich cairn (1017m), Ghlas Mheall Mor (979m),Bidean a; Ghlas Thuill (1062m), Glas Mheall Liath (960m), Sgurr Fiona (1060m), Lord Berkeley's Seat (1030m), Corrag Bhuidhe (1049m), Sail Liath (954m) and Stob Cadha Gobhlach (960m) - from left to right. Whereas Skye is one of my favourite places, An Teallach is one of my favourite mountains and this photograph sums it up beautifully.
Torridon
Torridon
Torridon from the roadside near Loch Clair
Liathach - Spidean a'Choire Leith (1055m), Stuc a'Choire Dhuibh Bhig (915m) and Beinn Eighe - Spidean Choire nan Clach (977m), Sgurr Ban (970m), Sgurr nan Fhir Duibhe (963m) - from left to right. Yet another of my favourite areas.
Assynt
Assynt
Suilven from Quinag
Suilven - Caisteal Liath (731m). Whereas I do have many favourite mountains in Scotland one of my favourite areas is Coigach, Assynt and the Moine Thrust area in the North West of Scotland. Although maybe not as high as the rest of Scotland the scenery is spectacular.
Quinag
Quinag
Quinag from the col car park.
Quinag - Spidean Coinnich (764m) and Sail Gharbh (808m). When I climbed these hills we had a wonderful day, very arduous and tiring but culminating in the view used as a header for 'Available From' (see above) and one of the reasons I love this area. Absolutely beautiful.
Liathach
Liathach - Torridon
Liathach from near Loch Clair.
Liathach - Spidean a'Choire Leith (1055m), Stob a'Choire Liath Mhor (983m), Stuc a'Choire Dhuibh Bhig (915m). You've guessed it one of my favourite mountains in one of my favourite areas.
Bridge of Orchy
Achaladair - Bridge of Orchy
Beinn Achaladair from above Loch Tulla.
Meall Buidhe (968m), Beinn Achaladair (1038m), Beinn an Dothaidh (1000m). In the height of summer and the hills are looking very green.
Ben Cruachan
Ben Cruachan
Ben Cruachan from Stob Garbh.
Meall Cuanail (918m), Ben Cruachan (1126m), Drochaid Ghlas (1009m). The second time I climbed these hills I included all the tops and the satellite Corbett on a glorious sunny day. The tank was empty at the end of the day, but what a day!
Black Mount
Black Mount
Black Mount from the Rannoch Moor road
Stob a'Choire Odhair (945m), Clach Leathad (1099m), Creise (1100m), Meall a'Bhuiridh (1108m). The last time I was in these hills it was during a typical dreich Scottish day and prior to that covered in snow and a white out. Nice to finally see what they look like.
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