Great drive in past herds of young red stags on the roadside. Early start to get parked and away before it got too warm. Good parking area and place to camp. Lovely walk in by the burn, nice and steady . Steps up a gear once you cross the second burn getting steeper. Constant climb to the top of the shoulder and then flattens out a bit nearer the top. Path fairly visible most of the way
Cloud at the top but views coming down were lovely. Really enjoyed this hill.
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