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Corrour Trebble

Corrour Trebble


by xpfloyd » Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:34 pm

Munros included on this walk: Beinn na Lap, Carn Dearg (Corrour), Sgor Gaibhre

Date walked: 31/05/2013

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 23.4 km

Ascent: 1471m

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Re: Corrour Trebble

Postby Fife Flyer » Mon Jun 03, 2013 8:49 pm

Great report, well written & some good photo's :clap:
Only ever driven out that way & sure is remote 8)
Is there a way to avoid being up to your knees in the damp stuff? I am sure anyone thinking of heading out that way would be only too pleased to hear your secret - if it exists :wink:
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Re: Corrour Trebble

Postby xpfloyd » Mon Jun 03, 2013 8:53 pm

ballarat wrote::) hope you put as much of the "bog" back as you possibly could :)

this area is suffering badly with people being irresponsible,and taking parts of bogs home with them :)

before we know it there will be no bogs in corrour :(

great report and pics,the corrour house is the kind of place that "draws you in",especially if you are in good company


No bog was harmed in the making of this walk report ;)
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Re: Corrour Trebble

Postby xpfloyd » Mon Jun 03, 2013 8:54 pm

Fife Flyer wrote:Great report, well written & some good photo's :clap:
Only ever driven out that way & sure is remote 8)
Is there a way to avoid being up to your knees in the damp stuff? I am sure anyone thinking of heading out that way would be only too pleased to hear your secret - if it exists :wink:


Check out Fudgies walk report mate for a route around the forrest
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Re: Corrour Trebble

Postby Fife Flyer » Mon Jun 03, 2013 9:13 pm

xpfloyd wrote:
Fife Flyer wrote:Is there a way to avoid being up to your knees in the damp stuff? I am sure anyone thinking of heading out that way would be only too pleased to hear your secret - if it exists :wink:


Check out Fudgies walk report mate for a route around the forrest


OK will do thanks 8)
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Re: Corrour Trebble

Postby PeteR » Mon Jun 03, 2013 10:03 pm

I hope you had permission from Network Rail to take that first photo :shock:

Three good hills these :D And some great photos :D Shame the cloud came down for you though, but beer at the end of a walk......should be compulsory :wink:
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