As a preamble to the main ridge, we took a diversion out to the Chancellor, which I hadn’t done before either. It gives a fun, if short scramble, but requires a bit of care due to the lack of traffic.
After our diversion, the worn rock and good path along the rest of the ridge allowed Angharad and Gareth to make quick progress, and we were soon on Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, the final Munro.
Quite a few other folk on the ridge today, including some putting in some training for the upcoming Glencoe Skyline event in September.
We have one more scheduled guided day along the Aonach Eagach this year, on the 16th September, so if you fancy tackling one of the finest ridges in the UK (and its two Munros), please get in touch: