Fells and falls

After all the rain yesterday, we were pleased to wake up to sunshine. We had breakfast and sorted Bertie, emptying bins and the toilet and filling the water, ready for a few nights off grid.

Ou first stop was Killicrankie where we’d planned to walk up Craig Fonvuick. Although, it isn’t particularly high, the views were lovely in every direction, from Blair Castle in the north, over the Pass of Killicrankie to the River Garry valley in the south.

Back at Bertie, we drove to Loch Tummel for lunch before heading to Aberfeldy for our second walk of the day, the Birks of Aberfeldy. We followed the Moness Burn to a flight of five waterfalls then, further up the gorge, to the thundering Falls of Moness where the water dropped 24 metres over a stone sill.

After finishing the walk through beautiful woods and fields, and picking up supplies (wine and milk) in the town, we headed to Drummond Hill where we’re spending the night in another forestry commission car park. The mince for dinner hadn’t defrosted so we treated ourselves to a meal out in Kenmore on Loch Tay. 28000 steps… I think we’ve earned it 😊

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