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One of the Best Yet

One of the Best Yet


Postby bharr » Sun Jun 09, 2013 1:23 pm

Munros included on this walk: Meall nan Tarmachan

Date walked: 08/06/2013

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 15 km

Ascent: 1044m

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We decided to save Meall nan Tarmachen and the Tarmachen Ridge for a nice day. Well yesterday was that day and I'm so glad I did, it was absolutely stunning, one of my favourites so far.
A team of 5 set off, myself, Peter and Stevie with 2 kids Morgan on her 3rd consecutive week and Nathan, Stevie's boy going for his maiden Munro.

Here is a snapshot of our route, such a nice day we extended it a bit further than the blue route on WalkHighlands.
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Our Route in Red

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General Info

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Climb Data


Just a few of the photographs taken on the day.
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Start Off From Ben Lawers Carpark

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Dam on Road up to Meall nan Tarmachen

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Panoramic View

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Getting Close the Top

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Nathan's First :-)

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Nathan & Stevie

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Morgan 4th Munro in 3 weeks

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The Whole Team Meall nan Tarmachen

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Looking out over the ridge

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Tarmachen Ridge

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Panoramic View

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Karate Kid

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Remember save this for a nice day you won't regret it!!!!
bharr
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