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Meall nan Tarmachan (but no ridge)

Meall nan Tarmachan (but no ridge)


Postby Alastair S » Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:55 pm

Munros included on this walk: Meall nan Tarmachan

Date walked: 24/05/2009

Time taken: 3 hours

Distance: 6.5 km

Ascent: 607m

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Another from the archives. Was staying at my brother-in-law's in Blairgowrie for a few days. It was a beautiful morning so decided at the last moment to visit the Ben Lawers range again. It had been just 3 weeks since I'd done a loop of four of these (report here) but now it was apparent that summer was soon on its way with bluebells in abundance, especially on the north bank of Loch Tay. Unfortunately as I approached the area so did the clouds. I had hoped to do the loop of the Tarmachan ridge but as I got near the summit the rain started. I just bagged the hill and headed back the way I'd come. Still my shortest Munro walk to date. So no doubt I'll be back to tackle the ridge one day. So just three photos & one of them is me :lol:


Meall Corranaich
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Loch Tay & Killin
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Me & some clag (on top of some mountain or other...)
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Alastair S
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