You do not often get a forecast like this – EFFECT OF WIND ON YOU? – Small.
HOW WET? – No rain
CLOUD ON THE HILLS? – Not expected
CHANCE OF CLOUD FREE MUNROS? – Almost certain
SUNSHINE AND AIR CLARITY? – Bright sun (beware sunburn). Superb visibility.
HOW COLD? (AT 900M) -5 to 7C.
FREEZING LEVEL – Above the summits, but terrain at least partially frozen from valleys up in morning after a frost.
Taking the bike – after a bit of a faff sorting the bike rack out.
Bike on ready to go.
Sunburn we will see?
Creag Mhor is an unassuming hill in a remote Cairngorms location, topped by a granite tor. It rises to the northeast of the Fords of Avon and is usually climbed using the Lairig an Laoigh.