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Meall an Fhuarain

Meall an Fhuarain


Postby Play2End » Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:07 am

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Meall an Fhuarain (Alltnaharra)

Date walked: 02/08/2013

Time taken: 3.5 hours

Distance: 10 km

Ascent: 350m

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While my mates Andy and Allan (GHC) were doing Ben Klibreck, I set off from Vagastie Bridge for the Sub 2000 hill, Meall an Fhuarain.
Meall an Fhuarain (2) (640x480).jpg
Not really too boggy but it had the potential for a real bog trot in wet weather.
Ben Klibreck (640x480).jpg
The views of Ben Klibreck were great and the views just past the aerial looking north were breath-taking.
Beinn na Ghlas-choille Aerial (471x640).jpg
The trek to the top involved very little effort from the aerial and had a great view of the eastern corries of Ben Hee. I came back via the forest and back along the road to where the car was parked.
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