26 walkers set out for the through walk between Glen Dye and Edzell on a typical autumnal day, grey overcast with a hint of rain but the possibility that the sun would break through later on. The walk up to the Charr bothy was uneventful but as we made our way up to the high point the mists rolled in and visibility became a problem coupled with the strong winds, our group stayed together and got over the estate fence to find the track down into Glen Esk and as we descended the weather changed dramatically so much so that by the time we got into the Rocks of Solitude the sun was out and the wind had died away completely,  typically changeable Scottish weather. The rest of the walk was a delight as we wondered along the well kept paths beside the Esk all the way into Edzell where our bus awaited. Tork

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