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Yesterday on Skye was fortunately not very extreme weather. Today would have been rather worse. Marie Curie had a successful trek through Glen Sligachan from Kirkibost to finish with Soup Rolls and ‘possibly’ something a little stronger at the Sligachan Hotel. We experienced a mixture of sun, rain and windy weather and it was wet underfoot. Well done to Marie Curie and all of the participants who took part in this trek. Hopefully another similar Marie Curie challenge on Skye will take place next year.
The trek is not to demanding and travels between the majestic, towering pinnacles of the Red and Black Cuillin. Time taken to complete the walk varied between four and six hours. The path is good but can be very damp underfoot in anything other than warm dry spells of weather, so come prepared with good footwear and waterproofs!
If you fancy a weekend away walking through the heart of the Black Cuillin on the Isle of Skye whilst raising funds for a good cause, why not check out the link below.
Part of the Marie Curie route will travel from Camasunary through Glen Sligachan and beneath Marsco.
A view from the Skye Ridge looking down on Glen Sligachan. The simple walking route for the Marie Curie mountain challenge follows the glen floor and does not have any real difficulties. The well marked walking path can be see in the valley bottom in this photo above.