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Stac Pollaidh scrambling

Stac Pollaidh is the most climbed mountain in the NW Highlands. It has a superb path all the way to the summit ridge, and is a relatively easy ascent for all ages at a mere 2000ft or so. But many fewer visitors to the mountain venture all the way along the narrow ridge to the summit at the western end - this involves some exposed scrambling and requires a good head for heights. Michael and Clive show the way in this image, with Loch Lurgainn in the glen beneath and Cul Beag beyond.

Date: 26 March 2012
Location : Inverpollaidh, Wester Ross
Nikon D300 Nikkor lens 18mm 1/250s f8 ISO200
Image reference bw241. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

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