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Graham bagging hitting 200

Graham bagging hitting 200


Postby robertphillips » Wed Sep 10, 2014 9:47 am

Fionas included on this walk: An Cruachan, Càrn Mhic an Toisich, Càrn na Breabaig, Carnan Cruithneachd, Meall a' Chrathaich

Date walked: 05/09/2014

Time taken: 19 hours

Distance: 85 km

Ascent: 3526m

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Friday 5 september carn mhic an toisich and meall a chrathaich from bhlaraidh, cycled as far as loch ma stack .

The stats
Cycled 17.5 km
Walked 10.5km
Ascent 1053 m
Weather mostly dry light winds
Time 6 hours


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meal a chraniach, carn mhic a tiosich 001.jpg
parking spot
meal a chraniach, carn mhic a tiosich 002.jpg
uphill cycle
meal a chraniach, carn mhic a tiosich 010.jpg
meal a chranaich summit
meal a chraniach, carn mhic a tiosich 022.jpg
nearbye munros looking north
meal a chraniach, carn mhic a tiosich 025.jpg
carn mhic a toisich summit



Saturday 6 september an cruachan and carn na breabaig from killilan cycled as far as iron lodge. :D

The stats
Cycled 26 km
Walked 18 km
Ascent 1618 m
Weather wet and windy mostly all day
Time 9 hours


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an cruachan, carn na breabaig 001.jpg
start parking area
an cruachan, carn na breabaig 006.jpg
me at loch mhoicean
an cruachan, carn na breabaig 006.jpg
an cruachan still a long way off
an cruachan, carn na breabaig 024.jpg
4 hours after setting off an cruachan summit
an cruachan, carn na breabaig 032.jpg
carn na breabaig summit
an cruachan, carn na breabaig 036.jpg
back at iron lodge to collect bike


Sunday 7 september carnan cruithneachd from falls of glomach car prk.

The stats
Walked 13km
Ascent 855m
Weather light rain overcast light winds
Time 4 hours


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caran cruitneahd 001.jpg
forestry tracks
caran cruitneahd 006.jpg
clagfest
caran cruitneahd 008.jpg
summit cairn
caran cruitneahd 011.jpg
looking back towards the top
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby Silverhill » Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:31 pm

Well done, only 19 more Grahams and 9 more Donalds and you can call yourself a quadruple compleater! :clap: Then it’s just a few more sub 2000’s. :wink:
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby Fife Flyer » Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:03 pm

Wow quite a bit of determination needed, especially looking at some of the weather :wink:
When I saw 85km and 19hrs I thought WHAT :lol:

Great effort :clap: :clap:
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby mrssanta » Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:05 pm

goodness Robert you don't mess about do you! what are you going to do when you have bagged every summit in Scotland? :lol:
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby Johnny Corbett » Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:33 pm

Good stuff Robert, you're some machine. Thought you might have done Meall Sguman with Cruithneachd :wink:
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby foggieclimber » Thu Sep 11, 2014 8:14 am

Well done on reaching 200. I still have several of these to do. As I don't use a bike, I get the feeling these will be long walks.
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby robertphillips » Sat Sep 20, 2014 6:35 pm

Johnny Corbett wrote:Good stuff Robert, you're some machine. Thought you might have done Meall Sguman with Cruithneachd :wink:


Johnny

It was my plan to do the sub as well, headed down the path to cross the river above the clomach falls and saw the height of the water was waist deep.
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Re: Graham bagging hitting 200

Postby weaselmaster » Sat Sep 20, 2014 8:06 pm

Good stuff indeed. Well done on the 200.
I found carnan cruithneachd (one of my very few Grahams to date) a really tough wee hill, had similar views when I was up to those you got :roll:
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