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3 Disasters, 2 Munro's, 1 New Pair Of Boots

3 Disasters, 2 Munro's, 1 New Pair Of Boots


Postby Backpacker » Sat May 17, 2014 7:23 pm

Route description: Glas Tulaichean and Carn an Righ, Spittal of Glenshee

Munros included on this walk: Carn an Righ, Glas Tulaichean

Date walked: 17/05/2014

Time taken: 8 hours

Distance: 27 km

Ascent: 1085m

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Re: 3 Disasters, 2 Munro's, 1 New Pair Of Boots

Postby summitchaser » Sun May 18, 2014 12:33 pm

Did you do these yesterday. What colour of gear were you wearing. Seen a few people. Spoke to 1 guy who clearly didnt like my lab as she like to bark at strangers but shes a big softy deep down. We have done tuliachean loads of times and never attempted carn an righ on same route. Was a nasty day visibility was shocking. We got lost on the way back and ended up 4 miles north of glenshee on the road past the little forest. Was a hard road walk backntonthe car. Tought us not to bite off more than we could chew haha. Knees are suffering today
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