Sgurr Dhomhnuill picture chosen as ‘Let’s Be Wild’s’ website’s photo of the day
The editors at the Let’s be Wild website kindly chose the above picture as their photo of the day on 08 February.
It was taken back in February 2011 in the West Highlands of Scotland, during a descent to the col between Pt 803m and the Corbett, Sgorr Dhomhnuill.
A group of us were spending the weekend at a bunkhouse in Strontian. On the Saturday we walked up the Druim Garbh ridge to Pt 803m before descending to the col and then heading up the rocky slope in the picture to reach Sg0rr Dhomhnuill’s summit (888m). As we gained height, there was nice views back down the glen to our starting point. From Sgorr Dhomhnuill’s summit, we completed our horseshoe route by descending the Druim Leac a’ Sgiathain ridge and walking back to the hostel.
On Sunday, the weather turned for the worse so we spent it in the rain wandering up to see the Lost Valley in Glencoe.
Thanks again to Let’s be Wild for another Photo of The Day. Visit their website to see more chosen pics.