Sunday morning dawned bright but very windy. Fortunately, Glen Etive, where we stopped for the night, was sheltered.
After a leisurely start, we dived in the river under the iron bridge. The water level was lower than last time I dived here (April ’10), but this means less current.
The rocks are beautifully sculpted by the fierce flow which scours through at the end of winter and there are many trout to see.
A shallow but very enjoyable dive, with the Sun’s rays bursting though the surface to create dappled light patches in the peat-stained rocks.
As I write this, we have moved North to Fort William, en route to Loch Broom, via Inverness.