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Eastern Alternative

Eastern Alternative

Postby welshwalker » Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:55 pm

Munros included on this walk: Bynack More

Date walked: 02/09/2012

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Gutted with the forecast for the west coast today, but theres not much that can be done about it. I decided to pay a visit to the cairngorms having not been there for AGES.

I had read a walk taking in Bynak More in a circular route, also including one of the Cairn Gorm tops and A'Choinneach. The weather for the day was due to worsen which it did and some of the higher peaks such ascairn gorm were in cloud a lot. It was also pretty windy and I am glad I started early as it got stronger toward lunch time.

Got some great photos by the lake and of the cliffs, nice to see some snow patches too.

Length 9.7 miles
start time 07.40hrs
finish time 13.30ish hrs

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