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by tamaara » Sun Mar 23, 2014 10:23 pm
Route description: Brothers Ridge - Sgurr a Bhealaich Dheirg
Munros included on this walk: Aonach Meadhoin, Saileag, Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg
Date walked: 30/09/2013
Time taken: 8 hours
Distance: 11 km
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It was more convenient for us because we stayed in the Chuanie Inn hotel.
Back to main ridge.
We continue our way. Nice view of Five Sisters of Kintail. Very impressive! It is a pity that this beautiful route my husband walked without me.
Steath an Fhraoch-choire ridge.
When seen from afar, this place has caused us concern and in wet weather can be dangerous. A little more attention and this dangerous place passed.
Stony site on descent.
The path finds an easy course down to the bealach.
Beautiful rocks but are not dangerous, we went around to the right.
Rocks of whimsical form.
Last munro of the day - Saileag. I and the mountains. Here it is my happiness. It is simple.
The final part of the Brothers route. The first munro of the Five Sisters of Kintail is clearly visible.
Views of the South Glen Shiel Ridge. This will be our next trip, but tomorrow we will have one day rest.
On way down to the bealach on Lapain.
The road is below already visible. We shall go down here. Very abruptly!
The middle of descent. A footpath deep eroded, stones mobile. During a rain descent requires great care.
We safely descended down the ridge. Now it is necessary to pass a small stream.
And here is the road. The route was successfully passed.
Now we have to wait for the bus and go back to the hotel.
Great day in Kintail!
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