Back from Corrour
Can't directly post piccys on here so nothing to see.
Things to watch out for on the track, as per Theblackmount, a rail going landrover did zip across from Rannoch and onto Tulloch maybe more.
The loch ossian circular track is well maintained. There is the start of tracks to Kinlochleven/Tulloch/Roy Bridge/Fort William, they are excellent to start with, broken with singletrack boggy flooded sections, i assume the further you get the wilder the path gets. Did appear to have been lots of footpath work around the Corrour station.
Was tempted to walk out to the old corrour lodge and check the track, but driving rain and cloud cover so we stayed in the shelter of Ossian.
Had no desire to stray from any paths as going would be hard at the moment, very very wet and soft ground.
Although doable from Rannoch straight up to Corrour alongside the rail track, it will be very hard going. Have the OS map now and a longer footpath from Rannoch via the old corrour lodge, down to Loch Ossian is clearly marked. I bet it's rough but easier. I would go with fatter CX tyres, or small 29" tyres and go that way.
Irc nice to hear your take on Tarbet Jetty to Sourlies. Took us over a day to cover it, i think we did all right.
lots of small sparrow sized birds
3x dead frogs (food for bear grylls types)
10x teenage girl guides on D Of E
3x worn out ladies looking after the guides
2x other Hikers, we guess came down from Ben Alder.
Didn't spot any.
Surprisingly warm despite snow capped peaks around us when we could see them.
The small hut on Corrour station platform was fab for cooking dinner in as residents across the track in the station lodge kept twitching the curtains looking at us......
Then the Guides turned up to catch the same train back and all had a singsong while moaning about frizzy hair, it's good to get out to wild places init
Must be packed in the summer.