Two lovely Corbetts – Beinn na h Eaglaise & Beinn nan Caorach – Glenleg West Coast

Many ask why we are so passionate about protecting the Highlands from the march of the turbines. If you don’t understand perhaps this might help. Where else in the world can such Majesty be accessed so easily.


The view early Morning Kintail on The West Coast The view early Morning Kintail on The West Coast

It was a long day up at 0500 the sun was bursting through and then  off to pick up Derrick in Forres we were off to climb two sought after hills on the Glenelg Peninsula. The forecast was great so despite the body falling apart I had to get out  after the dark, wet, misty day on the Mamores on Sunday.  The drive along the A82 by Loch Ness with little traffic was great and we were soon heading West past the awful wind – farms at Invermorrsion to the West Coast. The hills were looking so green and the light on this beautiful morning was incredible. The cliffs and ridges were standing out, it was going to be a special day.  Kintail with it magnificent ridges, familiar hills all looking massive in the light and we “bleatherd” about great days…

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About Dougal Quixote

Slightly mad. Always believes a cup is half full so continues to tilt at Wind Turbines and the politicians that seem to believe it is their god given right to ruin Scotland for a pot of fool's gold.
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