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Lochearnhead Corbetts

Lochearnhead Corbetts


Postby BoyVertiginous » Fri Apr 03, 2015 12:01 pm

Route description: Creag Mac Ranaich and Meall an t-Seallaidh

Corbetts included on this walk: Creag Mac Ranaich, Meall an t-Seallaidh

Date walked: 01/02/2015

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 20 km

Ascent: 1230m

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Walking: Craig (FCT-OAB); Alan; Vic; Norrie; Lorn & 1 Other.


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Had this in the diary for a while and, having seen the photos from other TR's on a clear day, was praying to the weather gods for clear conditions...and they delivered.

Probably best to let the photos do the talking...

Sunrise over Loch Earn...
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Today's targets...
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BV & the Stuc...
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CMR...
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CMR Summit (Alan & Craig)...
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Snow sculpts on approach to MatS...
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These hills are done for this view!
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Trig and covered the other summit just in case :wink: ...Image

BV & SaC again...
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Ledi & Benvane...
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Smit (or is it GRIT)?!...
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View to CMR from MatS...
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