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Twin peaks 2011

Twin peaks 2011

Postby JonAksel » Fri Aug 03, 2012 4:27 pm

Munros included on this walk: Ben More, Stob Binnein

Date walked: 18/09/2011

Time taken: 5.5 hours

Distance: 11.6 km

Ascent: 1344m

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This was my first double Munrotrip. The report is from 2011 and has been posted on another site. I post it here as well to progress completing the distance walked statistics.
Here is the route description:

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This is where I went up, between the two forest blocks from the Car parking a little east of Crianlarich. The view is good.


And this is some good ridge walking, looking backwards to the east not far from the summit of Ben More.


When the sun goes down in the west the lazy walker is enjoying best.


Is this not the map of Great Britain? Drawn by sunbeams on the green pasture? Quote: Which peak is behind there?


A friendly young cow, thinking about her next mouthfull of grass, not bothering about mountain tourists.

Then I just followed the tractorroad back to the farm.
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