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Fell Of Fleet

Fell Of Fleet


Postby Dawid1983 » Sat Feb 13, 2021 9:21 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Fell of Fleet

Date walked: 13/02/2021

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 12 km

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We start our road from A712. Just across the road from Clatteringshaws Loch Dam.

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We walk down the road to the first junction and we turn right in the direction of Loch Grannoch.

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We go along this way and we turn first left.

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Walk about 1km in this direction and we turn right in to the fire break. This is the hardest part of the walk but not for long :wink:

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We direct our walk to the top of the hill not long after we see cairn of Gormal Hill :clap:

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From this point we move along the top of the hill when the forest line on the left is finished. We turn left to the direction of Fell Of Fleet. Summit is very visible and has easy access. Wlcome on the top :clap: :D :wink:

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Dawid1983
 
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