Today was the last day for the London Met Police Mountaineering Club. Finally they experienced some real Scottish weather! 70 mph gusts, driving snow and very cold winds. The last 3 days we had red faces from sunburn, today it was red faces from a blasting! The aim of the day was for the group to put their skills into practice and take more of a leading role. The group navigated the whole day with me giving input where needed. The poor visibility meant the group really needed to be switched on with the nav, which they were. We walked from Callert Cottages on the North side of Loch Leven up to the summit of the Corbett, Mam na Gualainn (796m) then over to Beinn na Caillich (764m) and headed down to pick up the West Highland Way. A great 4 days with a great bunch of guy's and girls.