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Cac Carn Beag (Lochnagar)

Cac Carn Beag (Lochnagar)


Postby Scotshiker » Sun May 23, 2010 9:53 pm

Munros included on this walk: Lochnagar

Date walked: 30/08/2009

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Arrived Friday night and pitched near carpark, BIG MISTAKE as in morning we were all attacked by Midge (Millions of them. One of my mates was covered in them (he had black clothes on so the midge were easy to see).This was my daughter's 2nd time out and her 2nd Munro. We headed off early and took our time and had a few breaks on our way as we wanted to take some photos. We went up Meikle Pap and along the tops of Lochnagar's corries (some nice veiws), the weather was ok although cloudy and really windy on Cac Carn Beag. After reaching the summit we headed back down via Loch Muick route which has some very dramatic views on the way down. All in all a good day out.
Starting Trail 1.jpg
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Dragonfly 4.jpg
Looking up to Meikle Pap 1.jpg
ascending Meikle Pap.jpg
The Ridge 12.jpg
Cac Carn Mor's Tor.jpg
Looking over to Cac Carn Mor's Corrie 1.jpg
1st veiw of Cac Carn Beag summit.jpg
Looking back to Ridge path 1.jpg
Ridge path  of Cac Carn Mor 25.jpg
Ridge path  of Cac Carn Mor 32.jpg
On Cac Carn Mor Summit 1 (1150m) Yippee.jpg
Falls of GLAS ALLT (full) 9.jpg
Bridge.jpg
Bridge in forest 1.jpg
Visitor Centre.jpg
Cac Carn Mor's Corrie + Summit-To (1150m).jpg
Cac Carn Mor's Ridge 3.jpg
Lock Muich (wide).jpg
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