Our second summit offered true 360° potential with countless possible compositions. The buttress wall of Beinn Lair extend over more than 4 km and it is an absolutely massive sight. The size of this (almost) vertical wall is hard to put into perspective but it surely offers a great view towards Torridon in this rather unusual frame.
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I am back from 8 days of hiking in the northwestern highlands of Scotland. I teamed up with Alex Nail and Hamish Frost for some remote hiking through the Great Wilderness. We were lucky enough to get a weather window that allowed us 4 days of consecutive hiking, with in part very high temperatures (up to 25°C) for this latitude. In total we’ve done 46km and 2100m of ascent over the course of just 4 days.
This shot was taken from Beinn Airigh Charr overlooking the Scottish highlands. It was a pretty long hike with a 8km walk in just to reach the pass towards the summit. This first section of the hike was already 15km of walking. Well worth it given the conditions we had for sunrise.
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