Ben Tianavaig

24 August: a walk to the summit of Ben Tianavaig, a prominent ridge with a small rocky summit overlooking Portree harbour. It’s no great height – 1352′ (413m) but is a superb viewpoint. The route follows the ridge to the summit and beyond, descending by the steep valley below to the shore. The path is clear enough, but needs care in places… An excellent outing – one of those unusual hills whose total descent seems to exceed the ascent…

The route is described here http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/skye/bentianavaig.shtml; here’s a Google map

Evening light

Camus Mor and nearby:

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