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Tullich Hill and Beinn Bhreac

Tullich Hill and Beinn Bhreac


Postby David Lyall » Sat Apr 03, 2021 6:17 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Beinn Bhreac (Loch Lomond), Tullich Hill

Date walked: 03/04/2021

Time taken: 5 hours

Distance: 9 km

Ascent: 900m

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The weather was looking good so I decided to tackle a couple of locals hills while lock down was still a thing. I parked at the walkers parking space and set of in perfect sunshine set off along the road a short distance passed Tullich farm then then of up the hill well sign posted
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plenty sheep on the road near Tullich Farm

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Well sign posted on the road side

I followed the four by four tracks until I got to the deer fence I couldn’t find much of a path after that and no sign of a gate at the second deer fence nearer the top.
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Nearly at the top

I found it a real slog getting up but the views as you come to the top towards The Cobbler were worth it.
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at the top of Tullich showing great views to wards the Arrochar Alps

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A glimps of Arrochar while heading over to Ben Reoch

I had a quick coffee break then headed over to Ben Reoch another slog and then on to Beinn Bhreac. The views again were great I had some more to eat looking down on Loch Lomond.
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Beinn Bhreac

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Loch Lomond from Beinn Bhreac

On the way down I passed three walkers heading up I was relieved to hear that they were finding the getting up a real slog as well. Glad I came out today I certainly needed the exercise and the weather could not have been better.
David Lyall
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