Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag Circular Walk
Just south-east of Inverness is a hill known as Beinn Bhuidhe Bheag. At 462m, this 10km route can be done in a morning or afternoon and gives great views over the Moray Firth and Kessock Bridge.
With COVID-19 lockdowns slowly being reduced, we hopefully will be able to get back to the more remote parts of the country. This is An Stac, Blabheinn, Clach Glas and Sgurr Nan Each, near Torrin on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
This photo has captured this collection of dramatic peaks in Cullin Hills of Skye, taken (we think!) last summer. Skye can be tricky for both walking and photography, as the weather is highly changeable, but Adrian Manning has managed to catch it in with the beautiful, inviting sky, which makes a great background image.
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You can find out more about Blabheinnand the local area from the GetOutside Local page to find route ideas, more images, places to stay and more.