Lairig Leacach Mists

A misty early spring day in the Lairig Leacach above Glen Spean. Stob Coire na Ceannain at the east end of the Grey Corries rises into the mist on the left with the Corbett Cruach Innse to the east of the pass of the Lairig Leacach. Taken from Sgurr Innse

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The pass of the Lairig Leacach runs between the Grey Corries to the west and the twin Corbetts of Cruach Innse and Sgurr Innse and Munro of Stob Coire Easain to the east. It connects Glen Spean with the area around the south end of Loch Treig and Corrour Station or eventually with Kinlochleven to the south west. Historically the path through it was part of a drove road connecting the Great Glen with the south. This photo, looking north west through the Lairig from Sgurr Innse, was taken during a thaw after a late heavy snowfall with mist forming in the cool but humid air.

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