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Dutch Treat in Glen Loin

Dutch Treat in Glen Loin

Postby kmai1961 » Fri Aug 08, 2014 7:13 pm

Route description: Glen Loin and Coiregrograin, Arrochar

Date walked: 08/08/2014

Time taken: 4 hours

Distance: 17.5 km

Ascent: 455m

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Arranged to meet Chrit at the Loch Long car park at 0800. She and her family here on holiday from Holland; hubby and kids opted for golfing instead of walking. She'd posted on the forum a while back, looking for a walking buddy. Nice for me -- a good long low-level walk with not too far to drive.

After the usual faffing around finding the path-start "proper," we kept up a good pace, and found plenty to chat about. No rain for the entire walk, although it had been forecast.

Returned to the car park at 1200; changed shoes (me), and met the rest of her family at the pub in Arrochar for lunch. Home by ~2:30.

Lovely day, lovely company. :D A nice reminder that it's not all about bagging Munros.
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