Beinn na Lap- a long trip for a short walk

Loch Ossian from Beinn na Lap

…Large isolated boulders gave way to smaller lumps of grey rock. About three quarters of the way up we noticed a few groups of walkers coming up off the southern flank of the hill. They had come down on the train from Fort William and we chatted on the way to the top. There’s a faint path so navigation is straightforward, and you pass a small lochan just before the final rise up to the cairn. The last time I had been here I had a quick look around before being enclosed in a complete whiteout. Today was kinder. There was still snow on Ben Nevis and the wind nipped accordingly. While Olivia played around the rocks I took in the surroundings. Ben Alder, Sgor Gaibhre, Creag Megaidh all nearby, further off I could see Shiehallion and Buchaille Etive Mhor. Rannoch Moor and Loch Ossian below…

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