Loch Hourn just after we departed on day 1.
The view west.
Day 2 and I set off up Ladhar Bheinn. This is looking back at Barrisdale where we were camped.
Barrisdale Bay (which dries out at low tide).
The view back east up Loch Hourn (the way we'd walked in the day before).
West towards Arnisdale.
Ladhar Bheinn with Sadie (my companion for the day) in the foreground.
It was hot work!
As we got higher the views opened up more and more.
The path became quite airy higher up.
Looking back the way we came (the path goes over the ridge).
Finally we made the summit (and shared lunch).
Looking back at Ladhar Bheinn from our descent route. The ridge we climbed is on the right.
And from a bit further down.
Eventually we reached the bealach that would have been our route to Inverie had we been able to make it.
It was an easy walk down a good track back towards Barrisdale.
That evening we were treated to a lovely sunset.
Home sweet home!
The next day I should have scaled Luinne Bheinn and Meall Buidhe but I was feeling a bit tired after my exertions and didn't fancy another day on my own on the hills so I walked up Glen Barrisdale instead.
The view from the head of Glen Barrisdale towards Barrisdale Bay
and the other way up Glen Barrisdale.
The view back down the glen.
On the last day I walked back out to Kinlochhourn while my friends took a lift in a water taxi to save them the walk.
I still feel I have unfinished business in Knoydart. I want to visit Inverie and I'd like to bag Luinne Bheinn and Meall Buidhe. Maybe a visit by canoe will be the way to achieve these aims.