Day 260: Port Eigin-aig to Rubha Eilagadale – Stag & Skye

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Argyllshire – North, Scotland

Bla Bheinn on Skye from Fascadale, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Stag, Fascadale, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Eigg & Skye from Fascadale, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Skye from Kilmory Bay I, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Eigg from Fascadale, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Skye from Kilmory Bay II, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Winding road to Ockle, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Date of walk: 02/01/2019

I definitely needed a coffee before putting my boots on today.

Day’s start at Port Eigin, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

 

 

 

The desolate landscape of north east Ardnamurchan.

Camp at Rubha Eilagadale, Ardnamurchan, Highland, Scotland.

Massive pile of dry bracken to get the fire going.

Warmth at last.

 

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5 thoughts on “Day 260: Port Eigin-aig to Rubha Eilagadale – Stag & Skye”

  1. Pingback: Day 260: Port Eigin-aig to Rubha Eilagadale – Stag & Skye — The Perimeter – PerchSpective

  2. Joe says:

    It looks very desolate but beautiful. Love your videos- they give a great sense of solitude. Can’t wait to see the next bit of your travels

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  3. Chris Fishwick says:

    Brilliant vids and photos.
    Met you @ the Cape Wrath Ferry terminal. On about your 309th day. Looking forward to some videos and photos of the area.
    Well done.

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    • Hi Chris, Glad you’ve enjoyed the pics and thanks for dropping by. That turned out to be a surprisingly cold day didn’t it! All the best, Quintin

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