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Meall Buidhe (Pics Only)

Meall Buidhe (Pics Only)


Postby Euan McIntosh » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:40 pm

Route description: Meall Buidhe

Munros included on this walk: Meall Buidhe (Glen Lyon)

Date walked: 01/04/2012

Time taken: 3 hours

Distance: 8.4 km

Ascent: 534m

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View down Loch An Daimh towards the other Meall Buidhe


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Panorama of Loch An Daimh and Stuc An lochain


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Stuc An Lochain


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The climb up to the ridge


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Snow patches left on the east side of the ridge.


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Dad looking very windswept as MWIS once again predicts half of actual wind speed.
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Re: Meall Buidhe (Pics Only)

Postby dooterbang » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:53 pm

looks a tad windy in the last photo ....well done :)
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