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The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me


by quoman » Fri Nov 25, 2011 9:55 pm

Route description: The Cairnwell Munros

Munros included on this walk: Carn a'Gheoidh, Carn Aosda, The Cairnwell

Date walked: 25/11/2011

Time taken: 4.4 hours

Distance: 10.7 km

Ascent: 580m

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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:23 am

LeithySuburbs wrote:Mmm... snow :D . Cheers for that first taste :) .


cheers Leithy. :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:30 am

Tomsie wrote:Was up a few days before and sure the snow made a big diff to the scenery, not sure if the dog would have enjoyed it though. nice photo's


It was the wind she didn't quiet like but once it cleared away she went like a mad yin. :wtf:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:31 am

Alastair S wrote:Luv that dug pic :lol: :lol:



Cheers Alastair :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:38 am

gammy leg walker wrote:
Alastair S wrote:Luv that dug pic :lol: :lol:



Me tae..................think aye like dugs mare than folk.


Cheers Gammy
We have two dugs in our wee group you've meet BEAR the ROTTIE up Beinn Ime last year she's in your video stretch took. then MAJA the lab :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:39 am

Bod wrote:
gammy leg walker wrote:
Alastair S wrote:Luv that dug pic :lol: :lol:



Me tae..................think aye like dugs mare than folk.



:D :D :lol:

Heading up there in two weeks with Valerie, staying at the Spittal for a wee treat! Will have to check if oor dug Ritchie can come too? Cheers for posting........ :D


Nae probs Bod :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby Benjaminnevis » Sun Nov 27, 2011 2:02 pm

wiz thinkin ah heedin up er ma sell bit mibees nae noo :(
biz weel stick tae tha local corbies. :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:18 pm

Benjaminnevis wrote:wiz thinkin ah heedin up er ma sell bit mibees nae noo :(
biz weel stick tae tha local corbies. :thumbup:


Hi Benjaminnevis

If you get the weather its a straight forward walk but a bit tricky in the clag
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby Benjaminnevis » Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:48 pm

quoman wrote:
Benjaminnevis wrote:wiz thinkin ah heedin up er ma sell bit mibees nae noo :(
biz weel stick tae tha local corbies. :thumbup:


Hi Benjaminnevis

If you get the weather its a straight forward walk but a bit tricky in the clag


My last visit up to the glenshee area was ah 3 hour slog up jocks road past loch callater to tolmount in Clagy pea soup conditions quoman. i can only guess jock wore thigh waders instead of boots and gaiters.
so a wee bit snow would be okay,

good report and photos quoman :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Sun Nov 27, 2011 6:56 pm

Cheers man :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby lomondwalkers » Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:30 pm

It's beginning to look alot like Winter 8):D:D
Looks like a great walk with the white stuff around, I'll need to try and get to these over the next couple of months. Love the pano shot 8)
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Re: The Cairnwell Three Wi SNOW fOR me

Postby quoman » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:40 am

lomondwalkers wrote:It's beginning to look alot like Winter 8):D:D
Looks like a great walk with the white stuff around, I'll need to try and get to these over the next couple of months. Love the pano shot 8)



Hi Lomandwalker.
The white stuff does make a difference a love taking pano shots took more but just put the one on
cheers.
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