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Diebidale Ridge-Glen Calvie

Diebidale Ridge-Glen Calvie

Postby mountainman » Sun Aug 16, 2009 10:44 pm

Date walked: 16/08/2009

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Thought I would post this walk done in Feb 09 more just for giving info on lie of the land around Glen Calvie/Alladale and the hills over to the Dearg group.

Walk up Glen Calvie for an hour and once reaching Diebidale lodge head up the hill beside the lodge which gives a steep climb initially before leveling out to a long ridge walk. I done this in February..really mild weather...not a breath of wind on the ridge and clear cut views 360. This was the first decent walk of the year so I made the most of it and descended late and got back to Glen Calvie lodge at 9pm.

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Glen Calvie

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Diebidale ridge & Dearg group from Carn Chuinneag

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Carn Ban

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Ben More/Conival

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Beinn Tharsuinn and Dearg Group

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Strathfarrer hills

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Zoom of Beinn Dearg

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Beinn Dearg group

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Ben Wyvis

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Carn Salachaidh and Carn Chuinneag

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Close up of lichen on rock in the evening sun

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Moonlit Salachaidh

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Glen Calvie, Carn Chuinneag and Diebidale ridge
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Re: Diebidale Ridge-Glen Calvie

Postby Alan S » Sun Aug 16, 2009 11:15 pm

some cracking shots there mountainman
like the 6th and the second last one :thumbup:
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