Repairs of pathways on Quinag in the Scottish Highlands have been completed, which is news that may be welcomed by outdoor clothing
users who have been planning a trip to the area.
A team working on behalf of the John Muir Trust has finished carrying out improvements to the routes, despite the last week of work being hampered by snow and blizzards.
However, the group had benefited from good weather the week before, which enabled them to get ahead of schedule.
As a result, there is now a new path linking the slab route and the shoulder of Spidean Coinich, while the route leading to Sail Gharbh has received a 45-metre ditch and four crossdrains to help prevent flooding.
In addition, eight waterbars have been constructed on the existing stalkers path, of which parts have been resurfaced.
A store of 20 tonnes of surfacing material has also been left in an old borrow bit for future use.