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Beinn Bheag & 2 corbetts

Beinn Bheag & 2 corbetts

Postby dunrig » Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:41 am

Corbetts included on this walk: Beinn Bhreac-liath, Beinn Udlaidh

Date walked: 27/04/2012

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Woke to blue skys, caught train to tyndrum (saw group deer on embankment as leaving glasgow-urban pop seems to be growing all the time). At tyndrum took whw to cemetery crossed A82 to forestry track(not shown on landranger 50) that took me up to beinn bheag, followed fence, cut off for beinn brheac-liath, then over to beinn udlaidh. Made heavy weather of the descent through craigs, down to burn, followed this through forest to arinabea. Walked alongside railway for a bit- heavy going, so onto road, pints, train home. Couple hail/snow showers, saw one person in distance going northwards off brheac-liath . All these hills are great viewpoints.
ben lui
top beinn bheag
beinn dorain from bhreac-liath
coire ghamhnain
tyndrum- ben more
beinn dubhcraig & ben oss
can't help myself lui again
stob ghabhar blackmount & clach leathaid (i think?)
hail coming
beinn udlaidh - whats this?
gold in this hill
last time goodbye...
on way through forest
lochan na bi
sunset from train

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