A short ATP walk along the shores of Loch Linnhe and past a couple of pleasant lochans.
Distance: 4km; Ascent: negligible; Sunny; with Lynsey and Isabel
Our excellent week in Morar had come to an end this morning as it was time to head south. However given the excellent weather forecast for the day, we had booked ourselves into a Travelodge near Stirling so we could at least head out for a bit of a short stroll on the way. It also meant that we avoided having to drive all the way home in one go :-)
There was a pleasant sounding walk in our Argyll & Lochaber ATP walks book from Corran, which we decided to do today. As I had never been to Moidart or Ardgour before we took the slightly more scenic route there via the A861 and Strontian, which is where the element Strontium was first discovered.
|Looking NE up Loch Linnhe from Ardgour|
|An Old Boat on Loch Linnhe|
|Sgurr na h-Eanchainne from Ardgour|
|Thomas Telford's Ardgour Church|
|Sgurr na h-Eanchainne|
|Lochan na h-Eaglais|
|Lochan Eoin Mhic Alastair|
|Looking down Loch Linnhe|
|The Corran Ferry on Loch Linnhe|
N.B. 30/10/12 - Post date updated to actual date of walk, i.e. 22/09/12, (from 30/09/12)