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Hill of Wirren from millden lodge.

Hill of Wirren from millden lodge.


Postby Benjaminnevis » Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:04 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Hill of Wirren

Date walked: 01/03/2014

Time taken: 5.5 hours

Ascent: 678m

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A fairly enjoyable stroll over a few tops and hill of wirren on a net work of land rover tracks and just a couple peat hags which were full of hard snow :D :D .
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First high point Bulg. decent track most of the way.
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fine views towards the north sea.
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hill of wirren trig.
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Sna filled peat hags make for easy walking.
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West wirren looking over to mount battock.
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Duel carriageway.
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Lochnagar just about visible
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track down and some new looking grouse buts.

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