|Footpath along Kinlochewe River|
|Coire na Sleaghaich|
|View to Beinn Eighe|
|Slioch summiut plateau in view|
|Nearly there, all the hard work done|
|Lunch view - Loch Maree|
|Our new friend|
|Loch Maree from Slioch high point|
|heading towards Sgurr an Tuill Bhain|
|An Teallach and Fisherfield Forest|
|The ridge leading to Sgurr an Tuill Bhain|
|Perfect timing for the summit as cloud comes in|
The cloud had caught us up by the time we reached Sgurr an Tuill Bhain summit so we wasted no time and started our descent down out of the clouds and back into the Coire na Sleaghaich, when we reached the Coire we were pleased to see the same herd of Deer again, although I don’t think the feeling was mutual as they rapidly moved away from us.
After crossing the Coire we picked up the path we came up on and headed back down to the waterfalls and the footbridge. Now that pleasant 2 ½ mile walk in was not as pleasant on the way back especially with tired limbs but we eventually got back to the car and headed to the local shop for a refreshing ice cream. This really was a superb walk and will definitely live long in the memory.