Today Christine, Alec and I caught the train to Corrour, the most remote station on the British rail network. This was Alecs final day with us and so we headed for Beinn na Lap, a 935m Munro offering great views of loch Ossian as well as numerous mountains in Lochaber and Glencoe. Corrour sits at an altitude of 400m, making Beinn na Lap an easy Munro to bag. After enjoying the spectacular views, we made a steady descent back to Corrour to wait for our train, another great day out in a very remote and beautiful part of Scotland.
Christine and Alec on the summit of Beinn na Lap 935m
stunning views of Loch Ossian and Schiehallion
Beinn na Lap from Corrour station ...waiting on our train!