Walk back to Corrie Hallie after a great trip to Shenevall.

Shenevall bothy and local deer meet me after a great day out

Looking towards the wonderful hills of the Fisherfield wilderness.

There was no one else in the bothy apart from the nosy family of deer and I had a great nights sleep and was away at first light, a lovely walk back to Corrie Hallie went well, no midges again and the views ever-changing. The wee pull up to the moorland was easy-going and after a wash in the burn I was awake and the legs were not too bad. I met one lad at 0700 of for a day on An Teallach moving fast and light but I was happy with a great few days and ready for a bacon and egg roll at Tarvie Cafe. A fitting finish to a great few days. What a country, how privileged are we to live and play here.

The huge Coire of Beinn Tarsuinn an incredible place, with so much unclimbed rock potential.

About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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