This Munro is one of the remotest; it took me almost exactly 10 hours to reach the top and then come back to my car. Luckily there was a path almost all the day, though sometimes disappearing in mud. The route wasn’t particularly demanding (the distance aside), though constantly going up. I started 30 minutes before the sunrise, and 10 minutes later I took off my fleece and never put it back on. The weather was better than predicted: warm and calm, however for the first part of the day it was overcast. Shortly after I’d reached the top the clouds finally gave way and it stayed that for the rest of the day.