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Beinn na Cailleach (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN Hope I'm not in error here - please correct me if I am, since Skye does overload the senses just a little - but I reckon Beinn na Cailleach is the striking peak visible top right beyond Loch Ainort, looking from the wondrous Glamaig. One day, perhaps. The island to the left is Scalpay, the mainland occupies the skyline.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
20th November 2011ce
Edited 19th May 2014ce
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You'd be right on the money there sir! That will be Beinn na Cailleach! The row of far mainland peaks right of centre are the Five Sisters of Kintail methinks. Howburn Digger Posted by Howburn Digger
20th November 2011ce
Thanks. It always helps to have local confirmation... I reckon it says all there is to say about Skye that this is probably the 'least spectacular view' from Glamaig.... in my Sassenach opinion, that is. Wish there was some TMA motive to blag in the darker-hued Cuillin, though.... GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
20th November 2011ce
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