This was to be the biggest challenge of my hillwalking life and after a rubbish nights sleep with the midges and humid temperatures(around 3 hours) it was gona make this day so much harder Myself Stevie and Dave started walking at 6am in dreich conditions it wasn't a good start weather wise.
It took us around 2 hours to get the first summit and the clag was starting to lift and was looking like the weather might change for the better
The views came and went for the first 6 hours and we were making good time and before we knew it we were passed halfway After our seventh summit of the day the legs were starting to tire but I thought i'd be struggling a lot more than what i was. I had a wee bit energy gel and a biscuit to boost me to the last munro and as the going was goo and ascents fairly gentle we were on the final summit of the day, what a feeling YYAAAAAAAASSS!!!!! Truly epic day in fantastic hills and braw company that i'll never forget
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