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glen douglas graham tullich hill

glen douglas graham tullich hill

Postby Busta fin » Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:55 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Tullich Hill

Date walked: 14/04/2010

Time taken: 2 hours

Ascent: 632m

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decided that i had to walk the tullich hill as i have been looking at it for the past few years seeing as i work in the shadow of it, decided to do it on wed and was rewarded with a clear and warm day. not being sure how to tackle it, i decided to park up at the top of the glen douglas road if you take the road of the A814, i then followed the track along till i reached the first steep climb roughly 1km in, i then took a right turn and began the steady climb over some rough ground as i tried to follow the ridge up to the summit of the hill, when reaching the top i was given a view that can only be described as amazing with clear views over the arrochar alps and beyond.
loch lomond
the view down to the bottom and my work
The cobbler
the path up to the point were i turned right
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Re: glen douglas graham tullich hill

Postby FloozySuzie » Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:21 pm

What a beautiful place you work in! I am quite jealous.
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Location: Ardersier, Inverness-shire

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