An Teallach

An Teallach is one of Scotland's most celebrated mountains and one that I love. This page aims to provide a photographic inspiration and guide to this wonderful peak using the best shots that I have available from several visits in summer and winter. Check out the interactive map of the peaks, photos and routes. Please use this as a resource to plan, inform and inspire. Contact me if you would like to use my images and I will be happy to discuss.

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A Long Walk Above Glen Affric

A long walk on a short November day high above Glen Affric and Loch Mullardoch including the five Munros of Toll Creagach, Tom a'Choinich, Carn Eige, Beinn Fhionnlaidh and Mam Sodhail; a day of walking above the clouds and dramatic views lit by low angled autumn sunlight. See the photographs and route here.

Snow in May – Cairngorm 2012

Cold snaps aren't unusual in May in the Scottish mountains and we are in the grip of one just now; we are also in lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic, so access to the hills is off limits. Here I remember a ski tour in stunning snow and weather conditions in the Cairngorms in May 2012 when we were able to get out and about.

Glen Etive – A February Day of Wild Showers

Photos from beautiful Glen Etive on a wild February day of vicious hail showers and spindrift interspersed with bright winter sunshine and atmospheric views. Photos from upper Glen Etive, the slopes of the Corbett, Beinn Maol Chaluim, and a time lapse sequence at the head of Loch Etive.

An Teallach – A Winter Solstice Round of Toll an Lochain

Photos, route and an account of a winter solstice round of Toll an Lochain, An Teallach in Wester Ross. An Teallach is one of the finest mountains in the British Isles and the round of Toll an Lochain takes in the spectacularly jagged skyline of Corrag Bhuidhe, Lord Berkeley’s Seat and Sgurr Fiona and the mountains highest peak, Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill.

A Few Summer Days In Arolla

In the last week of August I was part of a small group of friends visiting Arolla in the Valais region of Switzerland with the aim of exploring some of the hills above the village. Here are some of the photos from the trip including views of the Matterhorn, Dent d'Herens and Dent Blanche.

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