I decided on an afternoon to run this easy Corbett to take my tally to 152
there is no phone box at the start as the walk guide suggested, there is parking at the side of the road after a bend and before a small bridge for about 6 cars parked safely.
you start buy running along the road and cross the bridge -turn left and go through the gates with birds on them and run along to three small house and pass them - then go along and then over a bridge then take the path which steepens up and then you then go right up a steep path which drops in to a nice glen- then go along to a bridge - cross then up a steep section and keep going on the main path to the summit - its a small cairn and there is a small weather station east of the cairn.
i ran back down in 1 hour the 8.8 miles
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