A trip last Autumn through part of NW Scotland. Photo Gallery Here (200+ photos, so I've only put just a few on this post) We went by train to Achnashellach Walked on to Torridon via Sgorr Ruadh. Camped just prior to the latter. Ok weather. 2 Nights at Torridon campsite. Did Liathach as a day walk. Misty and atmospheric up on the ridge. Heavy rain, did the walk around the back of Liathach, decided to bail due to heavy rain and wind and worse forecast, end of some Atlantic hurricane. 2 Nights in Kinlochewe Bunkhouse. Rest day in between. Then, walk to camp near Carnmore Bothy via Loch Maree/Letterewe. My klymit mat leaked. Too wet to find leak, but scored a ccf mat next morning from the pile in the frankly disgusting, bothy. Used it for the next few nights. Not as bad as expected. Next day, up into Fisherfield. A' Mhaigdean, fantastic views despite the low cloud, fierce wind and rain! Scramble up Ruadh Stac Mor, then down to Gleann na Muice Beag to camp. Then, next morning, up to Sgurr Ban. Weather atrocious. No visibility on tops. Cold, wet n blowy. Down to Coire ban Clach, then down to Loch an Nid. Tried to pitch tents but wind a bit heavy, so camped downstream a couple of miles. Next day, up to An Tealleach. Fantastic. See photos! The morning/early afternoon was the best weather of the trip. Came off down Glas Tholl, camp spots not seen, dropped to camp in pine wood near Dundonell House. A long day. Rain came in overnight. Next day. Wet wet wet. Glad we came off the higher hills . A mornings walk over to Inverlael. A hitch into Ullapool. A lady with a mini ( cat on front seat and full boot!) picked up 3 dripping guys in black hooded waterproofs- it was a squash in the back. Bless her. No accomodation due to closed campsite and a Guitar festival, so bus back to Inverness a day early.