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Postby mortal » Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:26 pm

Munros included on this walk: Braeriach, Cairn Toul, Derry Cairngorm, Sgòr an Lochain Uaine, The Devil's Point

Date walked: 19/04/2013

Time taken: 29 hours

Distance: 58.5 km

Ascent: 3198m

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Four days trip

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Day 1
Ski Centre car parking - Wells of Dee

09. Creag an Leth-choin.JPG
Creag an Leth-choin

14. Glen Dee.JPG
Glen Dee

21. Braeriach.JPG

24. Braeriach.JPG
On top of Braeriach

32. Wells of Dee.JPG
Building a snow shelter

Day 2
Wells of Dee - Glen Luibeg

01. Carn na Criche.JPG
Carn na Criche

17. Stob Coire an t-Saighdeir and Cairn Toul.JPG
Stob Coire an t-Saighdeir and Cairn Toul

21. Glen Dee from Devil's Point.JPG
Glen Dee from Devil's Point

22. Devil's Point.JPG
Devil's Point

25.Camping near Luibeg Burn.JPG
Camping near Luibeg Burn

Day 3
Glen Luibeg - Fords of Avon Refuge
1. Luibeg Burn.JPG
Luibeg Burn

11. Beinn Mheadhoin po lewej, Beinn a'Chaorainn po prawej.JPG
11. Beinn Mheadhoin and Beinn a'Chaorainn from Derry Cairngorm

15. Zejście z Derry Cairngorm.JPG
Descending Derry Cairngorm

17. Loch Etchachan.JPG
Loch Etchachan

19. Bein Mheadhoin.JPG
Bein Mheadhoin

Day 4
Fords of Avon Refuge - Ski Centre
2. Fords of Avon Refuge.JPG
Fords of Avon Refuge

4. Glen Glasath.JPG
Glen Glasath

7. An Lochan Uaine.JPG
An Lochan Uaine
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