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Buachaille Etive Mor - via the North Buttress

Buachaille Etive Mor - via the North Buttress


by BoyVertiginous » Mon Jun 18, 2012 3:13 pm

Route description: Buachaille Etive Mor

Munros included on this walk: Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor), Stob na Broige (Buachaille Etive Mor)

Date walked: 11/06/2012

Time taken: 5.5 hours

Distance: 6 km

Ascent: 740m

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Re: Buachaille Etive Mor - via the North Buttress

Postby BoyVertiginous » Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:11 pm

Thanks for bumping this one, guys (and gals), brings it all back. I'll be driving through the glen soon, on route to Ardnamurchan, and will be casting the usual admiring glances towards BEM.

Read your report on BV & SaC the other day, coachmacca, and really enjoyed it. I did those two a very long time ago, so much so that I can barely remember them so, always good to see pics and they'll need to be done again.

Polly, I almost talked myself out of going, so glad I didn't.

Cheers.
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