Day 244: Lurignish to Onich – into the Highlands

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Argyllshire - South, Scotland

The path ahead: Kingairloch across Loch Linnhe, Argyll, Scotland.

Fishing hut, North Cuil I, Highland, Scotland.

Kingairloch across Loch Linnhe, Argyll, Scotland.

Fishing hut, North Cuil II, Highland, Scotland.

Sgorr Dhonuill, Highland, Scotland.

Port at Glensanda quarry across Loch Linnhe, Highland, Scotland.

Fishing hut, North Cuil below Sgorr Dhonuill, Highland, Scotland.

Fairy door, Ardsheal House, Highland, Scotland.

Ardgour and Corran across Loch Linnhe, Highland, Scotland.

Copse, Crom-Roinn, Loch Linnhe, Highland, Scotland.

Inversanda and Glen Tarbert across Loch Linnhe, Highland, Scotland.

Date of walk: 8/11/18

Farewell Argyll and Bute.

Chafe those plums.

It might just be low season.

Crossing Ballachulish bridge really feels like progress into the heart of the Highlands.

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4 thoughts on “Day 244: Lurignish to Onich – into the Highlands”

    • It’s just being ready for the fleeting moments. None of these light conditions lasted for more than a few seconds as the gap in the clouds are small and the wind was strong.

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  1. Paul McMillan says:

    Absolutely love that area. Just north of the bridge at North Ballachulish A82/B863 junction is the most stunning bus stop I know. I think you may have past it in the dark.
    I would never get on that bus, just wait for the next one, and the next one…………..

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    • Just an incredible place isn’t it. I did stop at a bus stop there momentarily to wipe the rain from my face, couldn’t see a damn thing though!

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