Hillwalking (Harris Corbett) 5:30:00  12.0 km (27:30 / km) +926m 19:51 / km
Forecast was for brighter later, but I didn't have much hope for the time when I'd be on the hill. Still opted for the 'scenic' rather than the short route though, so got more claggy nav practice. From Bunavoneadarra I climbed past the wind turbines to Tarsabhal then onto the obvious ridge route up Clisham (an Cliseam). Huge boulder fields had to be negotiated where they couldn't be avoided and I was glad when a descending group of four indicated to me the path route up from the A859. Another group at the trig point had come up the same 'easy' way too. I set the compass for NNW along the ridge then turned sharp left at the cairn, crossing more random boulder fields, and hoping I'd hit the col cleanly again. Two out of two! There was a path of sorts to the subsidiary top before a steep descent to the gap below the scramble. I found a well trodden path below the rock on the right and followed it up to where it emerged right under the summit of Mulla bho Dheas (which sounds like a Gaelic rapper). Heaven knows how you'd find that path going the other way though. From the cairn I took a SSW bearing through more boulders before coming out the cloud at Mo Buidhe. Took socks off the Abhainn Thorabraidh river crossing and then joined the trashed stalkers path for the return to the start. Satisfying day.