Munros and bagging...

Some summit panoramas for you from some walks in the Scottish Highlands. I've labelled some of the more well-known hills on each, where I have had time. The first couple are manually stitched images converted to PDF. For the later ones, I've used Hugin Panorama Creator, which is a rather fun tool available for Ubuntu.

You can see my hill-bagging map on Walk Highlands.

I'd also recommend Jonathan de Ferranti's brilliant Viewfinder Panoramas website for identifying distant hills from photos after your walk.


Cruach Ardrain, Crianlarich. 1046m

Cruach Ardrain panorama
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Possibly the clearest day's walking I've ever had in Scotland. By eye, could see Arthur's Seat, the Borders and Merrick-area hills, and I think Ailsa Craig is visible in the PDF version, just, some 60 miles away.


Beinn a'Ghlò. 1129m

Beinn a'Ghlo panorama

Ben Ledi. 879m

Ben Ledi panorama

The Crianlarich Hills. Up to 1174m

Crianlarich panorama

Catbells, Lake District. 451m

Catbells panorama

Fairfield, Lake District. 873m

Fairfield panorama

This panorama shows the north side of Fairfield, dominated by Helvellyn. To the left is Grisedale Tarn, and to the right, St Sunday Crag. The image is slightly "faked" as the photographs are taken from two positions a distance apart.

Ben More, Crianlarich. 1174m

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Meall an t-Seallaidh, Lochearnhead. 852m

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