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Bhiking to Meallach Mhor

Bhiking to Meallach Mhor

Postby Johnny Corbett » Wed Nov 20, 2013 7:35 pm

Route description: Meallach Mhor and Croidh-la, Glen Tromie

Corbetts included on this walk: Meallach Mhor

Date walked: 19/11/2013

Time taken: 3.15 hours

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Cycled to Glen Tromie from Drumguish to just past Bhran Cottage, leaving the bike at the deer fence. Here i made my way towards the ridge, taking a route north of the Lochan. It wasn't too steep and the heather wasn't too deep either. I reached the summit, enjoyed the fine viewpoint and had a bite to eat but was soon getting cold so headed back down to the bike and a nice easy cycle back to Drumguish.

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