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Not so boggie BLMa'GLi

Not so boggie BLMa'GLi


Postby Gordon Ballantyne » Tue Jun 03, 2014 10:36 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Beinn Liath Mhor a'Ghiubhais Li

Date walked: 30/05/2014

Time taken: 4 hours

Distance: 8 km

Ascent: 512m

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Change of plan - original target of Carn na Saobhaidhe switched to BLMaGLi as Tony had no car.
Picked him up at Contin and headed for what I thought was going to be a really boggy ascent, as every report I'd read repeatedly noted the boggieness of this hill.

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Tony's piecetime on top of BLMaGLi.JPG
Loch Droma from slopes of BLMa'GLi 2.jpg

Nonetheless the views were great over to An Teallach until it's tops were shrouded in clag too.
Tony's piecetime on top of BLMaGLi.JPG[/attachment]
Tony & bloomin floors at top of BLMaGLi.JPG


We ate our pieces and then dribbled down to the bealach between BLMaGL and Meall Daimh.
Tony in mountain pose near top of BLMaGLi.JPG

The going was still quite good, so we then headed down the side of the plantation to the road and back to the car. An altogether pleasant and not very boggy walk. I guess we were lucky - not a very common occurrence !
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