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Looking down on Skerray

Looking down on Skerray


Postby Pastychomper » Wed Oct 21, 2020 9:19 pm

Date walked: 26/09/2020

Time taken: 3 hours

Distance: 9.5 km

Ascent: 330m

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Carn na h-Uamhaig and its immediate neighbour, each reaching the dizzy heights of 110m at the west end of Skerray, made a short but refreshing walk on the way back from some unknown business.

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Meall nan Clach Ruadha and Ben Tongue
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Lock Modsarie (zoomed)
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Eilean nan Ron
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Strathan
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Across to Carn Lamigo


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I went back on the 20th of Oct, this time for a look at Cnoc a' Phuillachair.

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Some estate tracks lead through lochs, presumably to discourage tourists in 4x4s. This gate was over a fast-flowing stream instead.
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heather-bashing over a ring of little tops, what's not to like?
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A bit cloudy, but the fields of Borgie were clearly visible
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Feeling the burn... (IGMC)
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The biggest cairn on (one of) the smallest top(s)


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That left just enough time to squelch across to Meall an Lochain Ruaidh before the sun went down.

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Lochain Ruaidh


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