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Abriachan Trails

Abriachan Trails


Postby lobster07 » Sat Dec 05, 2020 5:43 pm

Route description: Abriachan Trails

Date walked: 05/12/2020

Time taken: 3.5 hours

Distance: 9.5 km

Ascent: 331m

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This was a great walk with Rosemary, rained just about the whole time, snow on the top and cloud meant we couldn't see much but we thoroughly enjoyed it anyway. Left the walking pole in the car which was a pain because it would have been useful. Path is good throughout but it was a bit slippy in places and so much water the path down had become a stream.
Such a varied walk, nice gentle hill, I'm sure the views would be lovely on a good day. No livestock, Millie loved it, some interesting things to look at as well. Will definitely do this one again - good for a short day.
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