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Continuing warming up from the depths of lockdown 2, I thought a trip to Sgor Gaoith (meaning peak of the wind) would stretch the leg muscles quite a bit. I was right.
I remembered the path up from Achlean was pretty grim, with superfluous steps, drains, and just poorly built. But when on it, it's soul destroying. If only it was an old stalkers path rather than a knee damaging slog.
Overall the day was fantastic, it was so good to be out and about. The only trouble I had was my guts taking issue with my lunch and wanting to pass it through in a very IBS like manner. Thankfully a couple of Immodium settled it.
The following couple of days, however, I was very tired and achy.
Glen Feshie stretching away into the distance
Skye having fun on the way up to Sgor Gaoith
Interminable path full of steps and obstacles to Sgor Gaoith
Looking south west to the Drumochter munros
Sgor Gaoith from Carn Ban Mor
Carn na Criche, Sgor an Lochain Uaine, and Cairn Toul in the distance
Southern end of Loch Einich from Sgor Gaoith
Glen Einich from Sgor Gaoith
Sgoran Dubh Mor from Sgor Gaoith
The way back over Carn Ban Mor from Sgor Gaoith
Loch Insh and Strathspey