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We'll Tri this one from the south.

We'll Tri this one from the south.


Postby Johnny Corbett » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:28 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Carn nan Tri-tighearnan

Date walked: 19/01/2014

Time taken: 4.2 hours

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The previous reports on the hill are from the north and east so as we were coming from the south, we started this one from Ruthven. There is no parking at Ruthven but we got parked a couple of hundred meters from it. Started by heading along the road to Ruthven and then took the track up. We continued on the track, leaving it just after crossing the Allt Odhar and taking a direct line to the summit over the moorland. We returned the same way. Not too boggy this route from the south but then again the ground was fairly firm.
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Re: We'll Tri this one from the south.

Postby ChrisW » Fri Jan 24, 2014 3:48 am

Love the bit of green around the trig....it's kind of the opposite of what I would expect....its the one spot you would imagine would be down trodden :crazy:
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