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Ben Ime

Ben Ime

Postby IainWhite » Sat Apr 30, 2011 12:07 pm

Route description: Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Ime, Beinn Narnain

Date walked: 29/04/2011

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 13 km

Ascent: 1011m

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Well thanks to the Royal Family for getting me a day off work :lol:. Weather was to be sunny and warn, so headed to the Arrocher Alps to climb up Ben ime and Narnian in that order with my 12 year old daughter Nicole. we got to the carpark at succoth( there is no parking meter it's free) so we headed off up the zig zag path stopping at the Narnian Boulders for something to eat, after a short while at the boulders we headed off up the path untill we reached the the steps at the foot off the cobbler, wee took the path to Ime. the path was boggy in some areas but it was a long slogg up there and unforgiving stopping a few times to take pictures and just get our breath back, once at the sumit the views were something else a few pics and a bite to eat, the wind had really picked at this point so we headed back down the mountain, only for me to slip and end up rolling down the hill, nicole was in stitches as was I :lol:, we got to the path to start Narnian but Nicole was shattered so we left it out :( and headed back to the path which takes us back to the carpark but we had a laugh on the way down. Got back to the car and headed to Arrocher to the Ben Arthour Bothy for a Well deserved Pint :D
Ben Lomond from the path
Nicole at the boulders
The top off the spearhead on Narnian
Ben Ime from the Path
The rest and be thankfull
Nicole on the path to the sumit with the cobbler and Ben Narnian in the backround
The Views were getting more spectactular, Ben lomond and Narnian
Me with the Cobbler in the backround
Cobbler and Narnian
View from the sumit
Nicole on the Sumit
Me on the Sumit
View from the top
Snow still on the mountain
The Cobbler from the boulders
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Location: paisley

Re: Ben Ime

Postby monty » Sat Apr 30, 2011 12:12 pm

Looks like a fun day out in the sunshine. Excellent. Nice pint too. :D

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