Sgurr na Bana-Mhoraire and the Torridon Hotel, Scotland.
The path from Torridon is glacier-smoothed red limestone, which often, and pleasingly, follows slabs of rock like a pavement. Leaving the mountains and wind behind, I enter the shelter of Craig Bothy, which I share with two Belgian students, a family from Inverness and a Glaswegian man with his young son. Convivial conversation flows in many accents as we all cook by candlelight on our camp stoves while occasionally feeding a branch into the hearth.
Lochan near Torridon House, Scotland.
The Torridon Hotel, Scotland.
Corrie House I. Designed around a former church near Torridon by Rural Design Architects. An exemplary piece of architecture that manages to respect both the landscape and local vernacular whilst adding something subtle and contemporary. Torridon, Scotland.
Corrie House II, Torridon, Scotland.
Corrie House III, Torridon, Scotland.
Corrie House IV, Torridon, Scotland.
Corrie House V, Torridon, Scotland.
Corrie House VI, Torridon, Scotland.
Upper Loch Torridon, Scotland.
Search & Rescue over Loch Torridon, Scotland.
Sgorr a’ Chadail, Liathach, Torridon, Scotland,
Shimmer, Upper Loch Torridon, Scotland.
Alligin Shuas and the Torridon Hills, Scotland.
Ruined croft by Upper Loch Torridon, Wester Ross, Scotland.
Outlier, Diabaig, Wester Ross, Scotland.
Looking back to the Torridon Hills, Wester Ross, Scotland,
Not the first time a building under construction looks more interesting than the result. Diabaig, Scotland.
The Storr and Hartaval on Skye in the distance with Rona and the Applecross Peninsula in the foreground, Scotland.
Craig Bothy by Loch Torridon, Wester Ross, Scotland.
Sleeping setup in Craig Bothy.
Path to Diabaig.
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