We stayed the first night at Hillview B&B (Adel was a wonderful host. The most awesome full Scottish breakfast!) in Drymon, The next night was at Rowardenan Hotel. From Rowardenan we walked 14 difficult miles up the side of Loch Lomand. The Way was very rocky and steep. More of a rock scra,mble than a trail, almost straight down to the water about 25 feet below on one side, and straight up on the other. But we made it to Inverarnan after about 8 hours of scrambling. (we stopped at Inversnaid for lunch and a pint of Scotlands finest ale!). From the Drovers Inn (built in the early 18th century) in Inverarnan, we had a short day of only 6 miles to A nice B&B (another Hill View) in Crainlarich. Ann and Ian were great! Crainlarich is actually about 3/4 mile off the Way (another steep descent) Got to rest a bit before taking off again the next morning. The scenery just kept getting better each day! We were also blessed with the weather. It snowed and rained the day before we started the Way, Then during the eight days we were actually walking, there was sun shine and temps in the mid 60s. Then snow and rain started again two days after we finished the hiking.