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Taynuilt peak

Taynuilt peak

Postby pigeon » Sat Sep 19, 2020 4:30 pm

Munros included on this walk: Ben Cruachan

Date walked: 19/09/2020

Time taken: 6.25 hours

Distance: 12.6 km

Ascent: 1380m

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Through the woods in the dark ,up to dam and end of reservoir,up Coire Dearg to bealach,up to Meall Cuanail,back to bealach then round and up to Stob Dearg(Taynuilt peak)then on to Cruachan .Back down to reservoir and dam ,very nice 👌

Father and son camping just below the bealach;

Image20200919_073417 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Loch Awe and paps of Jura;

Image20200919_074818 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Sun coming up on Arrochar alps;

Image20200919_074841 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Image20200919_075326 by Pigeon, on Flickr


Image20200919_075339 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Cruachan from Meall Cuanail;

ImageLawers and Cruachan pics 046 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Loch Etive and Ben Starav etc.

ImageLawers and Cruachan pics 049 by Pigeon, on Flickr


ImageLawers and Cruachan pics 050 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Views from Cruachan;

Image20200919_093652 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Image20200919_093656 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Image20200919_093830 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Image20200919_111301 by Pigeon, on Flickr

Image20200919_085040-01 by Pigeon, on Flickr

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