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Beinn an Lochain

Beinn an Lochain

Postby EACHANN AN DOIRE » Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:12 pm

Route description: Beinn an Lochain

Corbetts included on this walk: Beinn an Lochain

Date walked: 20/06/2009

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Climbed Beinn an Lochain twice within a month. Found it an a wee book I received as gift: "50 Classic Routes on Scottish Mountains" by Ralph Storer. First time was on 12 May '09 on a beautiful, clear, sunny day on my lonesome. I enjoyed it so much I was keen to show No 1 son ASAP. So climbed it again on 20 June but sadly low cloud and rain meant the great views were denied to our Neil. I think he was a bit scunnered with me goin on and on about what he was missing! Here are the pics to make the point.....

beinn an lochain 038.jpg

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Re: Beinn an Lochain

Postby mountain coward » Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:05 am

Beautiful dog! Hope the ascent isn't as steep as your first photo makes it look!
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