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A panorama of a view north-east-south over the Cairngorm plateau from Cairn Lochan (1215m) in the Cairngorm Mountains. Looking north on the left of the panorama the view goes into the distance, then Coire Cas comes into view behind the cairn. If you look closely you can make out the Ptarmigan Station on Cairn Gorm, then the huge bulk of Cairn Gorm (1244m) comes into view. Glen Avon stretches to the east before Beinn Mheadhoin (1182m) appears and fills the view. Now looking south Ben Macdui (1309m), second highest Munro in Scotland dominates the skyline. On the far right the highest parts of Cairn Toul (1291m) can be seen behind the lower parts of Cairn Lochan.

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. Some areas in the panorama are hotspots, if you move your mouse pointer over them a short explanation will show in the status bar of the panorama window.

Return to the travelogue and more pictures from my walk to Ben Macdui