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Mona Gowan and Graham top Carn Leac saighdeir

Mona Gowan and Graham top Carn Leac saighdeir


Postby Benjaminnevis » Fri Oct 25, 2013 12:25 pm

Date walked: 24/10/2013

Time taken: 5 hours

Ascent: 749m

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Mona Gowan, Cairnagour hill, Scraulac. 2:45 h

Graham top Carn Leac Saighdeir 2h

Just a five minute drive along the A939 from the mona gowan car park to the sign posted old military road to Cockbridge is the starting point for Carn Leac Saighdeir where a full circuit can be done.
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Morven.
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Cairnagour hill cairn.
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Scraulac cairn.
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Wandering down one of the many land rover tracks. fine views tho.
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Graham top Carn Leac Saighdeir. this hill must have been very close to being a proper graham.
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Upper Donside.
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Looking towards the lecht.
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