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Glen roy corbetts and grahams

Glen roy corbetts and grahams


Postby robertphillips » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:04 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Beinn Iaruinn, Carn Dearg - Glen Roy

Grahams included on this walk: Leana Mhor (Glen Roy East), Leana Mhor (Glen Roy West)

Date walked: 21/09/2012

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 18 km

Ascent: 1950m

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Camped at bunroy campsite woke up to find frost on the tent,
carn dearg, carn dearg, 003.jpg
drove up to glen roy parked the car and had to cross the river, boots off and waded across.
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 002.jpg


Up through boggy ground to carn dearg summit
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 006.jpg


Headed off for leana mhor the ben in the clag.
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 009.jpg


1 Hour 15 mins later the summit of leana mhor east.
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 011.jpg


Went back down to cross the river again downstream and started to go up towards leana mhor west 2 hours later arrived at the summit rain is now on.
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 015.jpg


Went back down to the col and upwards towards beinn beinn laruinn,

Glen lochy munros in the distance
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 019.jpg


1 hour later arrived at summit of beinn laruinn.
carn dearg, beinn laruinn 21.09.12 020.jpg


Set off down towards the glen and back to the car 1 hour later on route to the campsite, good day despite the boggy ground conditions and 2 river crossings with bare feet. 8)
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Re: Glen roy corbetts and grahams

Postby Johnny Corbett » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:59 pm

Nice one i did the two West ones this year and still got the East Corbett and Graham to do which i was putting off as couldn't see a way over the river without wet feet. Will wait for warm weather i think :D
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Re: Glen roy corbetts and grahams

Postby robertphillips » Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:04 pm

Cheers johnny 8)

there is a bridge half a mile from the end of the public road
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