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The Glas Maol Ten

The Glas Maol Ten


Postby Rannoch3107466855 » Sun Apr 21, 2024 1:59 pm

Route description: Glas Maol Munros circuit, Cairnwell Pass

Munros included on this walk: Cairn of Claise, Càrn an Tuirc, Creag Leacach, Glas Maol

Date walked: 20/04/2024

Time taken: 9.36 hours

Distance: 27.17 km

Ascent: 1274m

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4 Munros

Càrn an Tuirc
Cairn of Claise
Glas Maol
Creag Leacach

4 tops

Druim Mor
Little Glas Maol
Creag Leacach SW Top
Meall Odhar

2 miscellaneous hills

Cul Riabhach
Sunnyside Hill

Great day out on the mountains, long day but the route was amazing. The first ascent was a wake up call for me and I have now dethroned Gulvain for steepest ascent. I managed to get everything on the route that I was after. I will always have a great memory and that was dancing to I’m sexy and i know it on the A93 whilst heading back to the car
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Rannoch3107466855
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