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Cullardoch and Creag an dail Beag via Carn Liath

Cullardoch and Creag an dail Beag via Carn Liath


Postby Ian Bayne » Tue Mar 24, 2015 7:21 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Creag an Dail Bheag, Culardoch

Date walked: 21/03/2015

Time taken: 8 hours

Distance: 23.75 km

Ascent: 853m

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Me Stevie and the twa dugs . Booted and suited and off by 0830 weather as per mwis ( shock) . The ticket machine at the carpark is not giving change so take $2.50 . This walk was done as per WH
Took 3hrs to get to the top of Cullardoch seen one person on the way down and another setting the heather alight so much for the fresh air . stayed for about 15min taking in the all round views then off to Carn Liath mistook the cairn at 850 for the top had our break and a brew then on to the top of C liath and the pile of stones which marks the top . . Me and Stevie had a wee practice at Diplomancy and decided on the best route to Creag A D Beag took a bearing to the middle of the 3 rocky out crops which mark the edge of the hill bingo a small cairn .
Job done we retraced our steps back to Carn Liath stayed to the right of the dyke then headed back insted of following the route we went over Creag a chait untill we got to the edge of the wood then headed down to the track then back to Keiloch for a bud then hame Good day out .
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Cullardoch
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Himalayas No the side of Carn Liath
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Steve on Liath
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Cairn at C A D Beag
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the dogs on Beag
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Ian Bayne
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Re: Cullardoch and Creag an dail Beag via Carn Liath

Postby Fife Flyer » Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:53 pm

Nice one Ian :clap: :clap:
Looks a bit different already to when we were up there a couple of weeks ago, looks like you had better weather :wink:
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Re: Cullardoch and Creag an dail Beag via Carn Liath

Postby Ian Bayne » Wed Mar 25, 2015 6:18 pm

Fife Flyer wrote:Nice one Ian :clap: :clap:
Looks a bit different already to when we were up there a couple of weeks ago, looks like you had better weather :wink:

Thanks FF it was a grand day I read yours and weasels reports boy did that look cold what a difference a couple of weeks make Hanx
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