Day 210: Guananmore to Roinn Diomhain – Loch Goil

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Argyllshire - South, Scotland

Ardgartan Forest VIII, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Finnart Oil Terminal, built in WW2 the remains of camouflage paint are still visible, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Ardgartan Forest IX, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Finnart Oil Terminal, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Loch Long from Binnein an Fhithich, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Path to Loch Goil from Corran Lochan, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Loch Goil in rain, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Lochgoilhead in rain, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Track to Lochgoilhead, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Loch Goil from Lochgoilhead, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Loch Goil, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Loch Goil from Roinn Diomhain, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Last light, Loch Goil, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Walkers Welcome – England take note!

I tried to get around Ardgartan peninsula by finding a way between the two forest tracks, the ground was too steep and vegetation too thick so I had to backtrack and cross over further inland.

Not what you think! Peaty brown water collected from a burn, extra brown due to the fresh rainfall.

A bus shelter at Carrick Castle seems like the last word in luxury as it gave me the chance to make dinner out of the rain.

I’ve enjoyed having a beard for the cold weather but now it’s time to get the clippers out!

Camp, Roinn Diomhain, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

Camp the following morning, Roinn Diomhain, Argyll & Bute, Scotland.

This is the first time this year it’s warm enough to want to linger at camp.

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8 thoughts on “Day 210: Guananmore to Roinn Diomhain – Loch Goil”

  1. Joe says:

    Your photo in camp the morning after all that bleakness is just glorious! Love that. I know that area a little and have mainly seen it in the rain. Beautiful atmospheric pics. Safe travels.

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  2. Looks cold and wet up there in Scotland, even though it’s July – summer? (And I thought my winter was cold.) The trees are magnificent. The mountains and the water look foreboding. Amazing views. Thank you.

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