/ Scottish hill Identification. Any Experts ??

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Newbuild100 09 Feb 2020

Folks. A few days ago I was ascending Auchnafree Corbett (two miles East of Ben Chonzie). I took a picture of the range of hills N or NW of my position at the time. As I didnt take a proper bearing to later ID the hills, can anyone confirm what they are please (The picture is in my profile under the heading "Which hills"). Im guessing the experts amongst you will ID them straight away, without a second thought,. Its the snowy summits centre and right of the picture.

Thanks all . . . .

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Joak 09 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

Ben Lawers, An Stuc and Meall Garbh. 

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Pefa 09 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

Nice photograph,i might give that one a try someday. 

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Newbuild100 09 Feb 2020
In reply to Pefa:

What, the hill or the photography ??

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Deadeye 09 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

You need this.  Wonderful:

https://www.heywhatsthat.com/faq.html

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pasbury 09 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

Cracking picture by the way.

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Pefa 10 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

Both

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Newbuild100 10 Feb 2020
In reply to pasbury:

Thank you, i appreciate that

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Flinticus 12 Feb 2020
In reply to Joak:

Yeah! Guessed right too even without looking at the photo. Pure folk memory.

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Joak 12 Feb 2020
In reply to Flinticus:

On a clear day I can see the three of them fae ma hoose some 60 odd miles distant to the north. If he took that pic on Friday the 7th I wiznae a million miles away. I was enjoying the calm before the storm walking along the Tarmachan Ridge on the left of his pic before the arrival of storm Ciara.    

Edit; they are only 40 miles distant as the crow flies.  

Post edited at 11:32
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Flinticus 12 Feb 2020
In reply to Joak:

Yet to complete that ridge. Pulled back on two winter attempts due to high winds and deep snow. Some other time.

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Wyn 14 Feb 2020
In reply to Newbuild100:

The cyclist is Sylvain Chavanel

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