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carn an fhreiceadain

carn an fhreiceadain


Postby dunrig » Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:31 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Càrn an Fhreiceadain

Date walked: 17/04/2012

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Caught train to kingussie, heavy snow and mist when I arrived, took the highway to carn an fhreiceadain, was following somebody's footsteps- samuel from nigeria now london,has been backpacking round scotland for 4 weeks, said he'd no idea scotland was this beautiful and empty, went on his way to a bothy.
On my own again managed to take a wrong turning despite highway, back on track at carn then trig point, clag still down, retraced my steps, as often happens it cleared on way down, was in time for early train back.
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snowy river
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temporary misplacement
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back on track
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clearing on way down
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across A9
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samuel
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