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The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath


by mountainstar » Sun Dec 20, 2009 7:16 pm

Route description: Cape Wrath Trail

Date walked: 02/05/2009

Distance: 326 km

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Re: The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

Postby mountainstar » Sun Jul 11, 2010 10:51 am

Mountainlove said:-
Otherwise one question I do have regarding maps...I found out that you need 19 maps in total to do the CWT but I also read that some could be downloaded from the internet as uyou only need them for a few miles. Would you be able to let me know which ones I defenetely need???? Many thanks in advance


Just revisited my old trip report, and realised that i missed this Question :? So here is the Maps you need, sorry if somewhat late!
Certainly don't need 19, OS 40 / 33 / 25 / 20 / 19 / 16 (just a very small part of this map by Oykel Bridge) / 15 / 9.
Also I have now added a map attachment to each part, now that I know how to do it :D
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Re: The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

Postby mountainstar » Sun Jul 11, 2010 10:56 am

PS If anyone replies to this in the next 3 weeks, I cannot reply as I'm in the highlands again from Mon 12th until Sat 31st July 2010 :D
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Re: The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

Postby jolynn45 » Sun Sep 05, 2010 8:15 pm

As someone who has only started doing hillwalking, I really enjoyed your reviews of the walk, now its made me more determined to actually organise a long distance walk.

I loved your pictures they really made the walk come to life. :D
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Re: The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

Postby willywalker247 » Mon Jun 04, 2012 7:13 pm

Just read all three reports. "Epic" enough said! :clap:
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Re: The Cape Wrath trail part 3 Glendhu Bothy to Cape Wrath

Postby ramblingpete » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:27 pm

What a great read and some lovely pictures. I can imagine the sense of achievement at reaching CW, and also how Michelle must have felt being thwarted so close to the end.
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