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Two hills near Ben Venue

Two hills near Ben Venue


Postby pigeon » Fri Apr 02, 2021 6:55 pm

Date walked: 02/04/2021

Time taken: 4.75 hours

Distance: 14 km

Ascent: 931m

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Early start for Ben Venue but for no apparent reason I headed for Beinn Bhreac and Ben Chochan, superb morning .


Venue;


ImageLate March early April 038 by Pigeon, on Flickr



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ImageLate March early April 050 by Pigeon, on Flickr



Ben Lui and Ben OSS;

ImageLate March early April 051 by Pigeon, on Flickr




Crianlarich hills over Loch Katrine;


ImageLate March early April 053 by Pigeon, on Flickr



Beinn Bhreac;


ImageLate March early April 055 by Pigeon, on Flickr



Ben Lomond from Beinn Chochan;


ImageLate March early April 056 by Pigeon, on Flickr



Loch Tinker in the foreground;


ImageLate March early April 057 by Pigeon, on Flickr



Cobbler and Narnain;

ImageLate March early April 060 by Pigeon, on Flickr



ImageLate March early April 061 by Pigeon, on Flickr
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