The weather has certainly kept us on our toes over the past couple of days, with the winds changing all the time. Fortunately, the forecasts have been reliable and so with a bit of juggling, we've been able to make the most of the past couple of days.
Yesterday, with the winds forecast to pick up at 1ish, we decided to tackle Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh and Sgurr a'Mhadaidh. The rains eased through the day, but as expected, the winds picked up.
Today, with a damp and windy start, we took in one of the more straightforward Munros; Sgurr na Banachdich before heading over to the In Pinn, by which time the winds had eased enough to allow for a safe ascent. To finish the day, we took in Sgurr Mhic Choinnich (which was drying out slowly but surely), before descending the An Stac screes. So that's 8 of the 11 Munros ticked off this week, with the northern end to go tomorrow.
We have a couple of spaces left on our Skye Munros Course running 24-27 September.