Some of my favourite walks in Scotland are those where epic views hide themselves, suddenly to be revealed once a ridge or summit is gained. Sgurr an Fhidhleir certainly falls into this category. Almost a rough moorland walk rather than a rocky mountain ascent, this view doesn't present itself until right at the very end, as the airy summit prow is reached and the ground plunges dizzyingly away on three sides.
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