My latest mountain adventure took me Lochnagar and we were doing five Munros Scottish highest mountains. It started off quite easily idyllic was gently uphill.
We got to see beautiful Lochnagar.
After that, it got I little bit steeper.
What a strange-looking cairn!
I got off the route to see the loch from a different angle.
We nearly there on the first summit.
There we are Lochnagar which means the loch of a little laughter.
After a wee break, we set off to see another Munro.
The second summit if the day is a little bit less impressive, Carn a'Choire Bhoidheach which means the rocky hill of the beautiful corrie.
Time to set off towards another 3rd summit. It got a bit windy now.
There we are at the Carn an t-Sagairt Mor where we found the airplane wreckage from WWII pilots who crashed during their fast training.
I am walking in the wind towards my fourth summit now. I can see the end of the tunnel now.
Cairn Bannoch means the hill of the cake. It feels like I need one now.
Now I am heading towards my last Munro of the day Broad Cairn which I am sure its meaning is self-explanatory.
Now heading through wee scree.
The return route takes us through the beautiful loch Muick.
A few burns to cross and we nearly there.
Thank you for reading see you next time.