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Innerdownie leg stretcher

Innerdownie leg stretcher


Postby Ian Bayne » Sun Jun 15, 2014 8:40 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Innerdouny Hill

Date walked: 15/06/2014

Time taken: 2.5 hours

Distance: 10 km

Ascent: 400m

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A wee hill before Skye next weekend Just me and the dug Ground still drookit after the previous nights rain and low cloud . Started at Glensherup car park at 0630 and got onto the GlenQuey reservoir track and took a slow daddle through the woods till I reached the Y junction of streams as you leave the woods on the right . Then headed up the hill once you get to the deer fence cross over the stile and turn right and head up the hill untill you get to the cairn on the right 0800hrs .
I was going onto white wisp down to the maidens well then along the glenquey reservoir road then back to glensherup but withe the low cloud and only bringing my map I decided to head back . I headed down the hill past the stile and continued following the wood untill you get to a gate then the mud fest through the woods then onto the track then head back to the start time 0900hrs . No beer still to early . Method in my madness in starting early Vintage car sow at Lathlamond perfect day.
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Ian Bayne
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