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A couple of Loch Lomond Sub 2000's

A couple of Loch Lomond Sub 2000's


Postby Johnny Corbett » Mon Oct 14, 2013 8:51 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Beinn Uird, Binnean nan Gobhar

Date walked: 14/10/2013

Time taken: 4.3 hours

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Forecast was supposed to be half decent out the west today so took the chance to walk these two, sadly though weather wasn't too good and neither was the terrain round these one's. I started from Cashel Farm, 2 quid in the honesty box for parking, taking the track to where it ended at the end of the forest at the foot of Tom Soilleir. Here i made my way to Binnean nan Gobhar. There are three summits here, one has the trigpoint, one has a small cairn and the other is the true summit. ATV tracks and deer tracks lead most of the way to this one and again i picked up tracks that led to Beinn Uird. The return from Beinn Uird to the original track was across deep heather and soft boggy uneven ground.

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