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Lawers Range - Meall Corranaich & Meall a Choire Liath

Lawers Range - Meall Corranaich & Meall a Choire Liath


Postby jwramsay » Thu Feb 23, 2012 10:49 pm

Route description: Meall Corranaich and Meall a'Choire Leith

Munros included on this walk: Meall a'Choire Leith, Meall Corranaich

Date walked: 23/02/2010

Time taken: 4.5 hours

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Another after work jaunt to take in a few munros, these being easier than most due to the 1800 feet headstart afforded by the carpark! A circular walk taking in firstly Meall Corranaich 3525 and then Meall a Choire Liath 3055 feet. Great views across Glen Noe to Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas (see my other videos!) and the Tarmachan Ridge to the other side.


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At the top of the 1st munro - Meall Corranaich
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Don't venture too close to the cornice
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View over to The Tarmachan Ridge with Ben More and Stobinian behind
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Looking back up
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Back towards the car
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Always a nice view of The Tarmachan Ridge from Killin
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Wee Video
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jwramsay
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Joined: Oct 11, 2010
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