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4 from Glen Luss

4 from Glen Luss


Postby Johnny Corbett » Sat Oct 05, 2013 7:41 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Beinn Dubh, Beinn Eich, Cruach an t-Sidhein, Doune Hill

Date walked: 01/10/2013

Time taken: 6 hours

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Drove up Glen Luss and parked just after the turning point. Walked up the road and over the bridge turning right into the first field and up the Mid Hill ridge and onto Coire na h- Eanachan. I then retraced my steps from the summit to head down Coire Carlaig and up to Doune Hill. From here it was Cruach an t-Sidean next before making my way to the Beinn Lochain ridge and onwards to Beinn Eich and down the ridge to Edentaggart and the road back to the car.

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Johnny Corbett
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Re: 4 from Glen Luss

Postby rockhopper » Sat Oct 05, 2013 8:01 pm

Nice one, JC - good timing ! Have looked at a route for these hills possibly for winter. Wasn't sure about the parking though but sounds as though it shouldn't be an issue from what you say - cheers :)
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Re: 4 from Glen Luss

Postby Johnny Corbett » Sat Oct 05, 2013 8:09 pm

rockhopper wrote:Nice one, JC - good timing ! Have looked at a route for these hills possibly for winter. Wasn't sure about the parking though but sounds as though it shouldn't be an issue from what you say - cheers :)
Hi Rockhopper, there is a turning point but no parking allowed but there is room just past it at the entrance to one of the farms. Cheers
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