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Painting No. 107
The Cairngorm plateau is the largest area of land above 4000ft in Britain, and contains Scotland’s 2nd and 3rd highest peaks in Ben Macdui and Braeriach. These mountains are not so much “peaks” as stony domes, which sit astride a vast rocky upland, streaked with moss and grass meadows, and scooped out around the edge by huge cathedral-like corries. Loch Avon pierces the plateau from the east and is fed by steep plunging cataracts, including the Garbh Uisge (Rough Water). This is a land sculpted by ice, and in winter it is Arctic in character - beautiful but stern. Walkers and climbers must know both the land and the weather, and have a realistic awareness of their own strengths and weaknesses, if they are not to come to grief. But those secure in this knowledge of material, physical, and mental factors can find spiritual rewards in this soaring country.