Day 4: Inverarnan to Tyndrum, 12.6mls, 1,953 ft
No sooner had we got to sleep than we were disturbed by road works just outside the window – flashing lights, noise, etc. The hostess was most apologetic but there as nothing she could have done about it. Returning to the route we walked beside the river which wasn't too far from the road. After a reasonably interesting start we soon changed to military road - stony and hard. We reached the halfway point of the whole route just as we entered a forest, again on military tack. Emerging from the forest we passed a checkpoint 4 for the Caledonian Challenge – 54 miles from Fort William to Ardlui in 24 hours. However most of the walkers passed through Tyndrum while we were having dinner. Tyndrum Lodge was adequate though the furnishings, etc were a little tired. Again, with no other venues we had dinner at the hotel and were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food.
Crossing another of the many bridges - all with very little water beneath them . . .
but the rocks show signs of much erosion from wetter times
Zooming in on a passing butterfly
It's no good waiting for the train here, Marie!
Match up the mountains to the picture below . . .
view from the information board
Camping in style at Auchtertyre
An alternative view of the Crianlarich Hills from the kettlehole lochan
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