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Around Games Hope

Around Games Hope


Postby dovecotdave » Wed Jun 09, 2021 12:33 am

Donalds included on this walk: Cape Law, Erie Hill , Garelet Dod, Molls Cleuch Dod

Date walked: 07/06/2021

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 22 km

Ascent: 1034m

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There was a fair bit of peching going on in the heat but an amazing 14 mile round of the 10 Donalds (4 Donalds and 6 Donald tops) around Games Hope from Talla Reservoir. Erie Hill was a magical exposed spot (as the name might suggest!) and another view of Carrifran Wildwood were the highlights.

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Carlavin Hill towards Broad Law

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Moll Cleuch Dod

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The wonderful Carrifran Wildwood from Rough Craig, below Firthhope Rig

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Erie Hill and Laird's Cleuch Rig from Common Law. Broad Law beyond.

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Talla Cleuch Head from the slopes of Garelet Hill

Talla 2.jpg
The view from just below Garelet Hill.


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