After reading the description of the ascent (and descent) of the Great Stone Shoot up Sgurr Alasdair, it was with some trepidation we set out. However, the most difficult thing to deal with that day was the heat, and trying to keep hydrated, slogging up the endless scree and boulders. We were rewarded with amazing views of the InPin and the surrounding Cuillin ridges, and stunning views to the islands. And the stone shoot was in our opinion fun to run down, especially the lower half!
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