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Monadh Mor, Beinn Bhrotain and a few more, from Linn of Dee

Monadh Mor, Beinn Bhrotain and a few more, from Linn of Dee


Postby KarinE » Sun Jun 05, 2022 8:54 pm

Route description: Beinn Bhrotain and Monadh Mòr , from Glen Feshie

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Bhrotain, Cairn Toul, Monadh Mòr, Sgòr an Lochain Uaine, The Devil's Point

Date walked: 20/05/2022

Time taken: 10 hours

Distance: 43 km

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We had a great day doing Beinn Bhrotain and Monadh Mor 2 weeks ago. Easy bike ride from Linn of Dee got a bit harder after White Bridge although I expect anyone with a bit of mountain bike experience could manage. We got about a mile further then dumped the bikes. Found a wee path most of the way; was easy and straightforward. We were trying to decide which way to descend - either back the way we had come (dry and easy) or to go back to the col between the 2 hills then down from there. Instead we headed over to Sgurr an Lochan Uaine and finished off with another 3 Munros. Would totally recommend this - it is just a horseshoe of a walk around a valley, I don’t think we ever dropped below 900m. If you plan this route, though, leave your bike at white bridge to avoid a wee ford at the end of the walk.
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