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Eminently cycle-able

Eminently cycle-able

Postby 20Lennox » Wed Jun 22, 2022 12:38 pm

Route description: Bidein a' Choire Sheasgaich and Lurg Mhòr

Munros included on this walk: Bidein a' Choire Sheasgaich, Lurg Mhòr

Date walked: 18/06/2022

Time taken: 3 hours

Distance: 12 km

Ascent: 200m

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Speaking of the hydro track route into Ben Dronaig Lodge (bothy) from Attadale Gardens, I had been warned by people who had been along it a couple of years ago, that it was very rough and would be very difficult to cycle - and certainly not enjoyable. So, we walked it (June 2022, 3 hours steady) and I think the track must have been upgraded because it was perfectly cycle-able. True, there are some steep sections which are rough, but if you accept that there are stretches where you would be pushing, it would still be well worth taking a bike. There were no locked gates or dodgy bridges.
By the way, although there will likely be wood at the bothy, it is stored in a shed which is not that dry, so it's likely to be wet. There's plenty of dead brash on the way in, if you can carry it.
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Re: Eminently cycle-able

Postby gaffr » Wed Jun 22, 2022 6:18 pm

Read on here not too long ago ....report from a couple who biked up from the road...the lady on an assisted bike with her husband left behind on a dropped handlebar fairly normal bike. :)
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