Day five saw up climb a very steep three quarter mile ascent out of Crainlarich to rejoin the Way. Most of the rest of the Way is on old military roads constructed by the British after the "Rising" We walked 13 miles through forests and moors to the Bridge of Orchy. This is the bridge that Liam Neeson as Rob Roy was almost hanged at in the movie. The next morning saw us back on the Way again. This time to cross Rannock Moor. the most remote 12 miles of the Way. There is over nine miles of this part of the Way that has absolutely no human habitation in sight. Although we did pass a couple of 18th century ruins. We finished that evening at Glencoe Mountain Resort where we stayed in a "hobbit house" (a fancy little cabin made to look like a big barrel). I was tired enough that I didnt care. Enjoy the pictures!