Oh and if this wasn't daunting enough, the highlight of the route is the aptly named Devil's Ridge. This knife edge ridge is made slightly more interesting by a rocky "tooth" that sits in the middle and poses an awkward obstacle.
After Am Bodach we made our way round towards the Devils ridge. This, I'm afraid to say, did not live up to its fearsome reputation. We sauntered along it until we reached a small rock tooth, we awkwardly climbed round it and I was confronted by the second set of people of the day. They were very uncommunicative and James and I thought that they were leaving it pretty late to be starting the route. Anyway we carried on till we reached the summit of Sgurr a' Mhaim, our final Munro of the round.
From here it was an easy but dull walk down a broad shoulder of the mountain back to the Glen below. I was glad to be back at the van. I must confess that I was slightly disappointed by the route. I'm sure that with better visibility it would have been spectacular, but it felt like a bit of a long plod. My hair did freeze in an amusing way though.