Nice, hot (?!) day in January. Met few people along the way. Unluckily the weather got worse while we were on the top so the views vere not so spectacular.
Summited a couple of times as a teen, during church summer camp.
Climbed with wife, Jill.
Made it a circuit, up along the Ptarmigan route, down the normal path.
Nice hike with great views, but very busy.
Started off in shorts and trainers, had a snowball fight at the top!
Climbed it with my mate Steve Perry, who I'd joined for one day of his 4-month non-stop 1600-mile walk to bag all the Munros in one winter season. He's the first and so far the only person ever known to have done this. I went home afterwards, he carried on walking for 15 more weeks!
We came up the north side, which is virtually pathless and a great contrast to the busy motorway of a path from the south. Then descended and carried on along Loch Lomond to the pub at the northern end (name escapes me...Inver-something Inn?). We saw no one in 8 hours.
Nice days hiking with the kids. Glorious day with excellent views of the surrounding area.