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Càrn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg, Meall nan Aighean

Càrn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg, Meall nan Aighean


Postby Xavi Coll » Mon Oct 25, 2021 8:55 pm

Route description: Càrn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Càrn Mairg and Creag Mhòr

Munros included on this walk: Càrn Gorm, Càrn Mairg, Creag Mhòr (Meall na Aighean), Meall Garbh (Càrn Mairg)

Date walked: 22/10/2021

Time taken: 5 hours

Distance: 19 km

Ascent: 1298m

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We did the ridge that links all these 4 munros thinking of flying off the last one, but unfortunately the wind was too strong for take off. The views from the top are superbe reaching the Nevis Range, Glencoe, Ben Lomond, the Cairngorms and many more mountains and areas. You can see a good bit of Scotland and the area where these peaks are is very beautiful.
The mountains lay on a green grassy glen close to the Loch Tay, which is one of my favorite lochs.
I'm gonna come back for a nice flight when conditions are right.

Beautiful and easy walk, since the only climb is for the first munro. The rest is quite flattish and easy.

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