Twenty from Tranter

A month or two ago I walked down one side of Glen Nevis, and up the other. This route is called the Tranter Round, after Philip Tranter, who first did the continuous walk in 1964. He took less than 24hours to do it, I took 3 and a half days! It was my second time as a complete route, and my third or fourth visit to most of the 18 Munros on the way. My friend Mick accompanied me for the Mamores section. It's a tough but elegant line, even taken at our relative snail's pace, and we were blessed with some great weather and even better light.

The Great Outdoors Magazine have published the story of the trip in the August 2016 issue, so I thought now might be a good time to show a few photos that didn't make their feature...