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Stuc a'Chroin

Stuc a'Chroin


Postby U059361 » Mon Apr 28, 2014 10:10 pm

Munros included on this walk: Stuc a'Chroin

Date walked: 28/04/2014

Time taken: 5.5 hours

Distance: 13 km

Ascent: 1025m

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Took the route up Beinn Each but avoided the top. Was in a race to beat the cloud coming up from south east. Managed to beat it by 10 minutes, enough for a few photos and head over to the cairn and crags at north end of top. Plenty of cornices of snow on the north facing slopes so kept well away. Once the clag hit it became very cold, so I dropped back down into some sunshine and shelter for lunch before heading back the same route I'd taken coming up. The last metal fence post before the climb up Each crags was my cut off point and I kept the height going round to pick up the path on other side of Each.
ImageVorlich from Stuc a'Chroin by Joe Kincaid, on Flickr
ImageStuc a'Chroin top from north crag by Joe Kincaid, on Flickr
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