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Helensburgh to Milngavie

Helensburgh to Milngavie


Postby dunrig » Fri Feb 20, 2015 2:24 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Ben Bowie

Date walked: 07/02/2015

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It has been a good winter for hillwalking, lots of inversions, most memorable coming up to the sun on narnain just after Christmas, all familiar gullies climbed and just generally have had tolerable conditions when out and about. Grey rain for the rest of the year no doubt...
Here I started at dawn and broke through on ben bowie above banks of mist on firth of clyde and over loch lomond, the rest of the walk was a plod along john muir way not necessary but it joined up some loose ends, a long day. I have missed some great pictures- this thought tells me I should buy a camera.
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