Kinley's probably given you enough good options for a fortnight.
There's the Grey Corries as well. A lot of folk think the ridge between the middle two Munros is a classic. Can't think why, myself...
It's just up the road from Fort Willam of course, although you'd need to take it very slow with a hired minibus up the track beyond Coirechoille or you'd rattle your teeth out.
No snow at the top of Ben Vrackie (which sits right above Pitlochry) last weekend, but you can see a bit more on the Cairngorms in the distance, if you squint past the dog.
Vrackie's a nice short walk, but still feels like a proper hill, in case your weather's not all that helpful, incidentally.
Enjoy your trip, whatever you get up to.
Time passes, right enough.
Talking of old favourites, here's one from the OM winter skills course in 2006. I'd say there's bonus points for recognising yourself if you were there, but I've got no idea who's in this photie!
This goat costume comes with "arm stilts" so you can walk on all fours. Just sayin'.
Eight years? That's...remarkable.
I can add strangely familiar cartoon dugs to the general celebrations:
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