The Scotsman newspaper's latest walk has featured a Munro in Glen Etive, close to Glencoe and Rannoch Moor.
It detailed a route up Beinn Fhionnlaidh, noting the recent winter weather has already had an impact, with snow from 2,500 ft upwards.
The article noted the ascent involves a crossing of an unsteady bridge, which may tempt those with waterproof hiking boots to ford the burn nearby.
Beyond this, those wearing winter jackets
may enjoy a challenging scramble to the top of the 3,146 ft peak, which was described as offering excellent views in a clear but cold day.
The whole walk took just two to three hours, something walkers can enjoy on a wintry day when daylight hours are short.
Those visiting the area when the days are longer can lengthen their expedition by combining the climb with neighbouring Munro Sgorr na h-Ulaidh and possibly even the Corbett of Meall Ligiche.