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Ben Lawers & Beinn Ghlas

Ben Lawers & Beinn Ghlas


Postby Scotshiker » Sat May 22, 2010 11:31 pm

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Ghlas, Ben Lawers

Date walked: 14/11/2009

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We went here hoping for good weather but it was really windy all night, damp next morning with lots of clouds in the sky. It was definately NOT the way we were hoping it would be. The walk itself is pretty straight forward although challanging in really strong winds, poor visabilty and it got worse as the day went on and we stopped several times and spoke about if we should just turn around and head back down and home. Over all it was a good experiance and enjoyable all the same.
Looking back to carpark and Loch Tay 1.jpg
Looking up Slope of Beinn Ghlas 1.jpg
Loch Tay 5.jpg
Sun ray cutting through clouds 1.jpg
Stream 3.jpg
Small Dam 1.jpg
Mist cover on Beinn Ghlas 1.jpg
Start of Beinn Ghlas scramble 1.jpg
Me on Beinn Ghlas  2.jpg
Derek on ascent of Beinn Ghlas 2.jpg
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2nd last Ascent before Ben Lawers Sumit (1214m).jpg
Derek at Ben Lawers Summit 7.jpg
Me at Ben Lawers Summit 2.jpg
Ben Lawers Vistor Centre ps.jpg
Meall Corranaich (1069m).jpg
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