Van parked at start of walk , Dawne inside making sandwiches.
We stayed in the van overnight in Killin and were there for a rather cloudy start at 0900 hrs.
Ben Lawers in the distance as the cloud starts to descend.
The ridge ahead looks quite interesting, unfortunately this was the last we would see of it as the cloud rolled in.
We sat by the little tarn above surrounded by clumps of Saxifraga Oppositifolia. If only they kept the sheep out in the Lakes.
The Meall Garbh part of the ridge was narrower than expected and we struggled on a very steep descent at the end. Apparently there is a little detour that avoids the steep bit but we missed it in the mist.
Eventually we emerged from the mist in the corrie below Creag na Caillich. we walked back to the Ben Lawers car park on the quarry road. Lower down there were clumps of my favourite flower , Primula Vulgaris.