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It`s grim up north

It`s grim up north


Postby mountainboy12 » Sun Jul 20, 2014 9:02 pm

Route description: Ben Hope

Munros included on this walk: Ben Hope, Ben Klibreck

Date walked: 19/07/2014

Time taken: 6.75 hours

Distance: 21.5 km

Ascent: 1696m

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My Walk Report is on Ben Hope and Ben Klibreck... ENJOY!!!

Walking in
ImageP7190863 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Cnoc Sgriodain
ImageP7190864 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Steep with a flat Path
ImageP7190871 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Summit just behind me
ImageP7190876 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

At the Summit of Ben Klibreck (Meall Nan Con)
ImageP7190879 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Hamish at the Top
ImageP7190882 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Trig Point #1
ImageP7190883 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Loch Bad an Loch & Loch Nan Uan
ImageP7190886 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

The Car Park
ImageP7190888 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

The Way Up Ben Hope
ImageP7190889 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Big Cliffs
ImageP7190900 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Up high!
ImageP7190910 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Steep!
ImageP7190902 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Ben Hope Summit!
ImageP7190906 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Looking Back Up
ImageP7190914 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Luib Bhan
ImageP7190894 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Waterfall
ImageP7190893 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Ben Loyal
ImageP7190934 by Mountainboy12, on Flickr

Cheers!
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Re: It`s grim up north

Postby spiderwebb » Sun Jul 20, 2014 10:36 pm

You are certainly getting about !! Shame about the weather, I think it was pretty much the same all over, certainly was on the Black Mount on Saturday. But the weather like this can create some lovely atmospheric pics a you have captured :D :D
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Re: It`s grim up north

Postby Alteknacker » Mon Jul 21, 2014 9:44 am

I love that last Ben Loyal pic - it must have been great to experience "in the flesh".
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Re: It`s grim up north

Postby Beaner001 » Mon Jul 21, 2014 9:48 am

Love the pic of Hamish at the top!! Well done Mountainboy, great photos again and your fair rattling through the Munros :clap:
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