Coire Mhic Fhearchair,and the Triple Buttres of Beinn Eighe

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top spotter on March 11, 2009

Hi Bruce Thanks for the G* this is one if not the finest Coire view in the Highands it translates to MacFarquhar`s Corrie its at 1800ft I have walked in twice once with my wife and 2 friends and once with 3 lads we were on a week of climbing.Regards Alan

Nick Weall on March 19, 2009

Y* Alan ~~ Wow ~~ this is a fabulous view, breathtaking ~ indeed ~ plus that lovely rock in the foreground too! Another place that is a must to visit. Cheers nick

top spotter on March 19, 2009

Hi Nick Thanks for the Y* and compliments. Its a good walk in to get to the Coire its also the route I took to climb Ruadh Stac Mor.The lip of the coire is at about 1800ft above sea level you start the walk in Glen Torridon you cant quite see the route up in this shot but you go up the left hand corner of the coire and its a steep climb but worth the effort 2 Monros that day phew getting a swet on thinking about it.Regards Alan

brian gillman on December 21, 2009

Yes, a beautiful place and a beautiful photo. Did this walk myself a couple of years ago; took lots of photos, none as good as this.

top spotter on December 22, 2009

Hi brian01Thanks for your visit and comments. its a good walk and classic view has you come over the lip of the corrie.There is the remains of a crashed Lancaster in there some where.Regards Alan

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