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Beinn a'Ghlo three then tarf bothy

Beinn a'Ghlo three then tarf bothy


Postby Leemackay1 » Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:27 am

Route description: Beinn a'Ghlo

Munros included on this walk: Braigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Carn Liath (Beinn a'Ghlo), Carn nan Gabhar

Date walked: 27/06/2013

Time taken: 20 hours

Distance: 49 km

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By far two of the hardest days ive had yet left car at 9am on thursday and headed up to do the beinn a,ghlo 3 then carn a,chlamain and camp by the bothy ended up in clouds doing the 3 and walking till 10pm in the dark to the tarf bothy got the fire on had super noodles and and a laugh left in morning for the car my hiking trainers where soaked through and after hiking 14 miles got back to the car and my feet were covered in blood and soles were covered in blistars but what a laugh still laughing at how drained i was hiking throught the dark looking for the bothy
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Track up carn Liath
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Summit of carn Liath
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Looking up ridge when break in clag
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Summit of Braigh Coire chruinn-bhalgain
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Summit of carn nan Gabhar
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Down to glen tilt
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Glen tilt
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Back up towards bothy
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Fire on in the tarf bothy
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My bed last night
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The tarf bothy
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Leaving bothy behing on way back to car
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Beinn a'ghlo 3
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Beinn a'ghlo 3
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Our path down to the glen the day before
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Glen tilt from bridge
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View down glen
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Glen tilt bridge

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Leemackay1
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