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Knocking off Braemoray & Carn na Loine

Knocking off Braemoray & Carn na Loine


Postby Johnny Corbett » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:53 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Càrn na Loine, Knock of Braemoray

Date walked: 17/10/2013

Time taken: 3 hours

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Walked the Knock of Braemoray first, starting from a layby on the A940 which had a portaloo in it which was handy as i was needing. So a quick visit to the loo then up the embankment and over the fence and i was on my way through deep heather to the Knock of Braemoray. 1hr later i was back at the car and on my way to Knock of Achnahannet where i parked the car on the verge opposite the entrance to the farm. This walk was more pleasant as a track lead most of the way up. I left the main track at a turning point where i joined a ATV track and was on this for a short while before heading up the grassy slopes to the summit. Returned to the car the same way.

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