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2 From Drumochter Summit

2 From Drumochter Summit

Postby gammy leg walker » Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:27 pm

Route description: Beinn Udlamain and Sgairneach Mhor

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Udlamain, Sgairneach Mhor

Date walked: 26/04/2010

Time taken: 5 hours

Distance: 12 km

Ascent: 950m

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Was hoping to improve my walk reports when I got round to writing this ,forgot about the Scottish summer weather.Myself,James parked at the Drumochter summit after dropping Sparra Legs of at Balspporan Cottage so he could run over Geal Charn,A"Mharconaich,Beinn Udlamain,SgairneachMhor(3 1/2 hrs) :shock:
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James at Drumochter summit layby
,After this pic the day was honking,camera in bag till we got to the cairn of Beinn Udlamain
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what a view
,never mind onwards to Sgairneach Mhor,where we got our next view
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not my day
,never mind do Tiso give out £40 voucher for the worst report of the month PS satmap used all day on this walk with circut down loaded from Walkhighlands,would still be wandering somewhere still without it as my map reading skills still need refined.Anyway still enjoyed the day out,better than being confined to barracks like some (alan s ) :lol: :lol:
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