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A day up the drumocter 4

A day up the drumocter 4


Postby webby2166 » Mon May 28, 2012 11:47 am

Munros included on this walk: A' Mharconaich, Beinn Udlamain, Geal-charn (Drumochter), Sgairneach Mhor

Corbetts included on this walk: The Sow of Atholl

Date walked: 27/05/2012

Time taken: 7 hours

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Started at the B and B at Balsporran cottages, and headed up Coire Beut an Sporain, took a left at the top and headed up to the first munro of the day Geal-charn. Had a short break then headed off to the second munro A'Mharconaich. The weather was great but a wee bit hazy. Great views all round :D . Then headed up to Beinn Udlamain and stopped for lunch. I then headed down to Carn 'ic Loumhaidh took a left then headed up to the last munro Sgairneach Mhor. Had a wee bit energy left so i headed up the corbet The Sow of Atholl.
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Corbet summet
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Corbet The Sow of Atholl
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Sgairneach Mhor
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on top of Beinn Udlamain
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Beinn Udlamain
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Sgairneach Mhor
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A' Mharconaich
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Geal-charn
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Nice view.
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