I've been out with a group of 4 students from the Advanced Certificate in Outdoor Learning on an expedition that marks the end of the summer section of their hill skills module. We started from Brae Roy lodge and headed into Luib chonnal Bothy which was going to be our very comfortable home for the night. We headed out for a couple of hours of night nav to return to the fire for some dinner.
Nothing like a fire at the end of the day for some comfort.
Today we headed south past Dog falls and through the Bealach between Beinn Teallach and Beinn a' Chaorainn to finish at Rough burn. We saw very little sign of snow although it was pretty grey with low cloud for most of the time. Looks like it's due to get cold again next week and with some snowfall forecast but it feels more like September that December at the moment.