Beinn Udlaidh and Beinn Bhreac-liath

Gloomy Hill and Speckled Grey Hill.  Seemed okay to me, apart from the clegs!

Beinn an Dothaidh from the car parking bit.

Today's two hills.  Beinn Bhreac-liath to the left.

Strange quartzite outcrops.

Bit of a view to Bridge of Orchy etc.

To the South West, Loch Awe, Beinn a Bhuiridh and the Cruachan munros.

A fuller view of the area around Bridge of Orchy.  Could see plenty.

And still to get to the top, then down over that high pass, and up the one on the left.

Cairn at the top, though the next ridge is seemingly higher.  Loads of hills to the South too - Ben More and Stob Binnien, Cruach Ardrain, maybe Ben Lomond, then Beinn Dubhchraig,
Ben Oss and Ben Lui.  And many more!

From the true top, perhaps. Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh, and to the near right, Beinn Bhreac-Liath.

It was hot, so I got to wear my hot weather hat.  Handsome!

Avoiding the crags, coming down to the high bealach.

On the other side, Lochan na Bi and Tyndrum.  Ben Challum to the left, Ben More and Stob Binnien sitting pretty, with the other Arrochar Alps looking splendid.  This weather is all right.

Some of the crags that were avoided.

From the bealach, back to where the car is, down there somewhere.

And the top of Beinn Bhreac-liath.  Good old Beinn Dorian still standing guard.

All those hills, from another angle

Some sheep I bumped into at the top.

Yep, this hat is the business!

And to show my feminine side, here are some flowers that were pretty.

That line of quarzite that I followed on the way up.

And back on the flat, Beinn Bhreac-laith looking much bigger though it isn't

Another view of quartzite lines

And my route.  Ignore the red road bit, that was when I went to far in the car - damn sat nav!

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