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Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Meall Chuaich in the sunshine


Postby mountainboy12 » Fri Mar 29, 2013 5:39 pm

Munros included on this walk: Meall Chuaich

Date walked: 29/03/2013

Time taken: 5.25 hours

Distance: 14 km

Ascent: 614m

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we had started at the car park (Layby 94)
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we had set out on our walk from the car park (Layby 94) and we had got to a gate/fence and had to lift our dog over it! :lol:
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we had walked about 2.5 miles just to get to the mountain!!! it took about an hour! :D
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we got to the mountain after about an hour of walking and that's where the climb had started! :)
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we had started climbing up the mountain and the snow came in and it made it even steeper! :?
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we got to the top finally and the views were AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!! we could see right over to Braeriach,Sgor Goaith & Ben Alder
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on the way down the mountain felt alot steeper than it was coming up!
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we had got back to the flat easy walk and it was killer on the feet haha and then finally got to the car park :clap:
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Re: Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Postby The Rodmiester » Fri Mar 29, 2013 7:05 pm

Well done there mountainboy12, looks like you picked a great day for it, BLUE SKIES! :D and not too much snow. Bring on more of the same weather for this weekend :D
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Re: Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Postby Ben Jones » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:10 pm

Nice report and informative too. I'm hoping to come up to this area next weekend and do the munro's on both sides of the A9. At what height was the snow lying and did you need any crampons to get up Meall Chuaichl today. R U doing any more walks in the area this weekend, happy walking
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Re: Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Postby Marcus g » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:19 pm

Great report mountain boy, and great photos, I'm one of the guys you met on the way down today, hope you's enjoyed the rest of your day
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Re: Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Postby guspattullo » Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:55 am

Marcus g wrote:Great report mountain boy, and great photos, I'm one of the guys you met on the way down today, hope you's enjoyed the rest of your day
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Hope you enjoyed the views at the top. It was a great day for it.
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Re: Meall Chuaich in the sunshine

Postby mountainboy12 » Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:41 am

no carmpons no ice axes and the mountain had very little snow on it and the snow layed about 900m and which one are u Marcus G r u the one we started talking to for ages??????
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