We managed to pick up a ride from outside the Bridge of Orchy Hotel back to Tyndrum and started the trail where I left it the day before
Thunderstorms were forecast, could we beat them?
Not likely! It didn’t take long until the skies turned a majestic colour of grey and we donned our rain gear
Threatening grey skies
The River Orchy a few steps from the Bridge of Orchy hotel
The Bridge of Orchy
A cairn on Ben Inverveigh with Loch Tulla in the background
Rain showers are imminent!
Taking refuge from the rain with cake and coffee at the Inveroran Hotel
Walking along the old military road
Needless to say, it rained and thundered as we made our way across the most exposed section of the West Highland Way, Rannoch Moor! I wish I could have taken more photos but considering the circumstances, we barely stopped!
Heading to Rannoch Moor and walking straight into a thunderstorm
Crossing Rannoch Moor, taken on my iPhone as my camera was now safely tucked away inside my pack after constant downpours
Our two-man Big Agnes tent (the grey/white one) at Glencoe Mountain Resort
West Highland Way day 5, Tyndrum to Glencoe Mountain Resort