Crossing Corran River at the stepping stones, Isle of Jura

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Picture of walkers crossing a small river using stepping stones, mountains in the backgroundA walk on Jura during the Islay walking week 2007, here we are on the final stretch from the Paps of Jura returning to the Three Arched Bridge. We are crossing the Corran River at the stepping stones just below Loch an t-Siob. Beinn a’Chaolais in the background (the other two Paps are on the right, not in the picture).

The Paps of Jura from Loch an t-Siob, Isle of Jura

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Picture of three mountains towering over a lochA view of the three Paps of Jura from just south east of Loch an t-Siob. From left to right they are Beinn a’Chaolais (733m), Beinn an Oir (785m) and Beinn Shiantaidh (757m). On the right the stepping stones across the Corran River with the path leading on to the Paps.

 

The Paps of Jura and Corran River, Isle of Jura

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Picture of a small river with stepping stones, three big mountains (The Paps of Jura) behind itA beautiful view on Islay’s neighbour Jura. This is just below the stepping stones to cross the Corran River when coming up from the Three Arched Bridge. Loch an t-Siob towards the left with Beinn a’Chaolais behind. Beinn Shiantaidh on the right and Beinn an Oir in the centre behind it.