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Fionn Bheinn from Kinlochewe

Fionn Bheinn from Kinlochewe

Postby Johnny Corbett » Fri Aug 01, 2014 3:28 pm

Route description: Fionn Bheinn, Achnasheen

Munros included on this walk: Fionn Bheinn

Date walked: 16/07/2014

Time taken: 5.3 hours

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I have to confess i hadn't intended to do this hill when i set off on my bike from the caravan site at Kinlochewe. It was my intention to do the Graham, Beinn nan Ramh but being my usual lazy self i didn't check the map once i reached Leckie where the track ends. I continued along the lower path instead of climbing up behind the bothy following it alongside the river. I then crossed the river and started climbing Fionn Bheinn, only realising it wasn't the Graham as it became a never ending climb. I was so hacked off with myself i never took any summit photos but on the way down was happy i had climbed it as i'd count it towards a second round.

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Johnny Corbett
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