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Blair Atholl to Auchlean

Blair Atholl to Auchlean


Postby Callicious » Mon Mar 11, 2024 9:31 pm

Munros included on this walk: An Sgarsoch, Bràigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Càrn a' Chlamain, Càrn an Fhìdhleir (Càrn Ealar), Càrn Liath (Beinn a' Ghlò), Càrn nan Gabhar

Date walked: 21/10/2023

Time taken: 96 hours

Distance: 64 km

Ascent: 3200m

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Putting aside the first night (camping up the Bealach before Carn nan Gabhar while Mountain Forecast noted 100+ kph winds going on the tops was... fun) all the trip went smoothly and I can wholly recommend this route (assuming they've fixed the landslide that took down the path leading to the bothy in Glenfeshie.) Stayed at the Tarf Hotel on this trip- first bothy of my life and it was a fantastic stay (the mice there are a little too friendly, though.) I would post a long description of the route but the photos do it better justice-



Sorry the photos aren't in chronological order! There are also some from up the small hill behind the hostel in Aviemore!
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Callicious
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