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Big day in Mamores: 4 Munros and...Wildlife !

Big day in Mamores: 4 Munros and...Wildlife !


by Petr Dakota » Sun Mar 01, 2015 12:48 pm

Route description: Sgurr Eilde Mor and Binnein Beag, Mamores

Munros included on this walk: Binnein Beag, Binnein Mor, Na Gruagaichean, Sgurr Eilde Mor

Date walked: 09/08/2014

Time taken: 8.5 hours

Distance: 19.4 km

Ascent: 1734m

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Re: Big day in Mamores: 4 Munros and...Wildlife !

Postby Petr Dakota » Wed Jul 15, 2015 5:49 pm

simon-b wrote:Je to dobrá cesta Petře! Jsou čtyři krásné hory.

:clap: Thank you :D your czech language is great Simon :D but some translation sounds funny sometime - like google-translator...maybe the same as my english sometime :lol:
thanks and i appreciate :clap: :D
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Petr Dakota
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Posts: 1123
Munros:239   Corbetts:27
Grahams:7   Donalds:4
Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:16
Wainwrights:9   
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Location: North Lanarkshire

Re: Big day in Mamores: 4 Munros and...Wildlife !

Postby Sweeto » Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:42 pm

Hi

Great post and lovely pictures I would to take a crack at this. Could you tell me is it suitable for dogs? I take my cocker spaniel walking with me but he doesn't do well facing ridge walks or heavy scrambling
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Re: Big day in Mamores: 4 Munros and...Wildlife !

Postby Petr Dakota » Tue Jan 05, 2016 5:03 pm

Sweeto wrote:Hi

Great post and lovely pictures I would to take a crack at this. Could you tell me is it suitable for dogs? I take my cocker spaniel walking with me but he doesn't do well facing ridge walks or heavy scrambling

Hi and thanks :)
I think the ridge is suitable for dogs, easy ridge walk ( if not in winter ), no scrambling there.
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Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:16
Wainwrights:9   
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Location: North Lanarkshire

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