Scenic Sunday: Cycling Project - mystery mountain
My son took no photos on days 5 and 6 of the Cycling Project trip. Day 5 was a deceptive 36 miles from Ullapool to Clachtoll, but if you know that corner of Scotland you'll know that there are some extreme gradients on the road. (It's also the corner of the world to the south of which Tolkein situates Middle Earth in the map at the front of Lord of the Rings). Day 6 was a rest day spent sea kayaking off Clachtoll.
So for my first Scenic Sunday post I'm reduced to posting a scenic but nameless mountain from Day 4. My son doesn't know ('I just took the photo, Mum'), and although I know mountain outlines such as Suilven and Canisp and the Torridon range, I'm not so good on the rest. Could it be An Teallach? (Pronounced Ann Challoch, with the first 'ch' as in 'church' and the second a soft 'ch' as in 'loch'). Clarification welcome!
See more Scenic Sunday shots here, including mountains with names.