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A panorama of a view over the Arrochar Alps from Beinn Narnain (926m), looking mainly west. Starting on the left (looking south) you can just see the summit of The Brack (787m). Much closer just across Coire a' Bhalachain is The Cobbler (Ben Arthur, 884m), one of the most popular mountains in the Arrochar Alps. If you look closely you can out the footpath zigzagging up the northern flank. Just behind it slightly to the right is Ben Donich (847m), next to it Beinn an Lochain (901m) at the top of Glen Croe. Closer again is Beinn Luibhean (858m), Hell's Glen (leading to Loch Fyne) is hiding behind it. Now looking north west Beinn Ime comes into view (1011m), the highest Munro in the Arrochar Alps. Next to it Ben Vane (915m), another Munro, to the north. Right behind it is Ben Vorlich (943m), the last Munro of the Arrochar Alps in this panorama. On the far right you can just catch a glimpse of Creag Tharsuinn leading out to A' Chrois (not on panorama).

You can navigate by pointing your mouse over the panorama and moving it while pressing the mouse button. You can zoom in/out with the +/- controls just under the panorama.

Return to the travelogue and more pictures from my walk up Beinn Narnain