Both of these photos were taken by Lee Fowlie one of the Glen Lyon crew and we thought it a fitting tribute to Gary.
At 1,083 m (3,553 ft) high the name Schiehallion is an anglicised form of the Gaelic name Sìdh Chailleann, which translates as "Fairy Hill of the Caledonians". It is also known to some as "The Maiden's Pap", or "Constant Storm".
Glen Lyon (Gleann Lìomhann) is the longest enclosed glen in Scotland and runs for 34 miles from Loch Lyon in the west to the village of Fortingall in the east. This glen was also known as "An Crom Ghleann", (the bent glen). Glen Lyon is a corruption from the Gaelic "lithe" meaning "flood", a frequent state of the River Lyon. Glen Lyon was described by Sir Walter Scott as the "..longest, loneliest and loveliest glen in Scotland...”