Lonely wild camp at a remote mountain loch Fri Night Vid

© Murray Wilkie

Tucked away in an obscure corner between Glen Shee and Glen Tilt, the hills of the West Mounth include some of the more remote and hard-to-get-at Munros. Attractive for its sense of scale, the area lends itself to long rounds, and overnight backpacking. 

Murray Wilkie, who makes films under the name Scotland's Mountains, did just that recently, picking a classic loch-shore spot to settle down for a quiet night far from the crowds, in that precious spring window before the midges wake up. 

"I headed up a lonely glen to find some solitude to wild camp at a remote mountain loch, nestled among some wild and remote feeling landscapes and mountains in the eastern highlands" he says.

"From the wild camping base camp I headed off for some mountain hiking adventures over the two days..."

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