Spending time up with the Norse gods on Spidean Cóinach (764 m.), one of the three peaks of the mountain known as Quinag.
Today I've been up with the Norse gods on the summits of Spidean Cóinach (764 m.), one of the three peaks of the mountain known as Quinag. There’s a fantastic panoramic view of everywhere I've been this past week. Quinag is widely regarded as a great hike. There’s a built trail for the baggers of Corbett peaks then it’s a bit of a scramble but I spent some time simply looking, tracing the road and then making an attempt at interpreting the geology. That puzzle was officially cracked over a century ago and there’s a handy interpretation trail at Knockan Crag nearby but it's still great to see the topography laid out in front of your boots and join up the pieces.
Sunset back in Ullapool with the revellers on the beach and triangular fins in the water.