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easiest munros ive done but got to 20
by bigal231273 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 1:55 pm
Munros included on this walk: Carn a'Gheoidh, Carn Aosda, The Cairnwell
Date walked: 03/08/2013
Time taken: 3.5 hours
Distance: 14 km
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had a great morning walking tho on our first visit to glen shee .
was worth the 2hour drive there and then again back.
still very new to the walking now done 20 munros in 11 weeks and eally got the bug ,
cant believe has taken me to the age of 39 to start but loving it .
also found the wind yesterday as strong as we have walked in which actually made the walk more enjoyable.
my freinds daughter laura wasnt to happy with it tho.lol
just sighned up to walkthehighlands and hoipefully get some great tips and advice
by Backpacker » Sun Aug 04, 2013 2:24 pm
Those 3 do feel a bit like cheating but they all count.
The bug is unreal, this is my 1st weekend off from them in about 6, shame as the weather's been not bad this weekend.
by bigal231273 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 3:20 pm
by Backpacker » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:07 pm
bigal231273 wrote:Thanks ,I'm sure you will be back next weekend ,I have three more walks left before my holidays but will miss after so many satuardays out in a row ,what hills have you walked ??
I'm doing the East Highland Way & Speyside Way starting next weekend so I won't be out again till September.
If you click on the number next to my Munro count or look at my Walk Blog you'll see what I've done,
2 Arrochar Alps
7 Ben Lawers Range
2 Bridge Of Orchy
by bigal231273 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:59 pm
good luc with youre walking and ill keep in touch ,
by The Rodmiester » Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:36 pm
by bigal231273 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 9:08 pm
by The Rodmiester » Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:23 pm
bigal231273 wrote:Hi rodmiester you're words are so true ,best thing that's happened to me after my mum died ,she was always moaning at me to lose weight ,got a beagle for my girls ,started walking that n one year on decided the hills were for me ,the cobbler was my first 11 weeks ago ( I know it's not a Munro ) lol and have been out every sat since ,how do I do the map with balloons looks great ,ps yesterday was so much easier than week before ,ben more n stob binnein lol
alan, just click on munros, then at the bottom left column, click on munro map, a map will come up showing all the munros with red balloons, click on the red balloon of the munros you have climbed and you will see a box with the words you have NOT climbed this munro, click on box and the words should change to you have climbed this munro, and take it from there, ok, have fun, all the best, Rod
by bigal231273 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:58 am
by The Rodmiester » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:26 am
bigal231273 wrote:Got it mate thanks a lot ,I see you done them all ,amazing ,take care
I can also check on the ones you have done as well! Bring on the Blue Balloons!
by Sarah86 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 1:42 pm
by bigal231273 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 6:30 pm
Sarah86 wrote:You have caught the bug! I am always looking for new hills to walk but not quite got to the munros properly yet. I have done one at the end of last year and hoping to get another few soon, funnily enough the three you mention are next on my list as a bit of an easier way to get my count up!
hi sarah it is magic ,they defo were the easies ive done so far ,but the wind defo put an edge on them.
im heading back up there this weekend to do 4 at the other side .
12.5 miles and a wee bit more of height.
i class myself as still a beginner ,so wouldnt like to advice you where else to go .
maybe the cobble and the arrochar alps ,im ure you will love the munros .
i have three more satuarday walking then away on hols for two weeks .
i know im crazy but i will miss the walking
by The Rodmiester » Mon Aug 05, 2013 8:22 pm
by bigal231273 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:25 pm
by Backpacker » Tue Aug 06, 2013 5:36 pm
bigal231273 wrote:Hi rod were heading for Carn an Turic then tolmount then Tom buidhe then cairn of claise,we were going to do glas maol and cream leacach but two reasons for not ,my big pal is just back after tendinitis on his knee and we only have one car ,hope that makes sence
Don't know if you read my walk report on the Glenshee 9 but there's very little ascent/descent to complete the 6, just a lot of walking It's a case of once you're up, you're up, When I did that side I started at Glas Maol and made my way from there to descend via Carn an Turic but it would be easy enough to walk back and descend via Glas Maol