The second weekend running and the rain didn't stop!
Andy and Di ascended Beinn na Caillach 732m above Broadford and then headed up to explore the atmospheric Old Man of Stor in what can only be described as horrible conditions!
Caillach was as expected a steep, but short lived thrutch over moorland to a great ridge walk over looking an impressive corrie! the summit hosts a huge cairn, which a Norwegian Princes is believed to be buried?
Given clear conditions the whole traverse would be amazing as the positioning of the range is ideal for views up to the black and red Cullins.
We dried out eventually!
Always worth getting out though!