Not so much a walk report, but an excuse to try out the new route maps that Paul has added!
This is an alternative route down Beinn a'Chrulaiste that I did with my walking group, although I'm not convinced that the views will be as good as the usual descent towards Glencoe - unfortunately the clouds were down on Saturday so no view of the Buachaille so there wasn't a huge reason to take the longer way back. You do still get a nice view out towards Creise though.
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There was also a bit of ice climbing on one of the waterfalls that we passed on the way down!
(Note that the route is approximate so probably not wise to try and use this as a GPS route!)
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