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Monadhliath 3

Monadhliath 3


Postby SecretSquirrel » Sat May 23, 2015 10:09 pm

Route description: Carn Dearg, Carn Sgulain and A'Chailleach

Munros included on this walk: A' Chailleach (Monadhliath), Carn Dearg (Monadhliath), Carn Sgulain

Date walked: 23/05/2015

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 25.31 km

Ascent: 910m

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Carn Liath
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Glen Banchor Township
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The route along Allt Fionndrigh
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Allt Fionndrigh
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Shoogly bridge across the Fionndrigh
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Carn Dearg
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Remains of a collapsed cornice on the cliffs of Carn Ban
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Carn Dearg Summit on the edge of the cliffs
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Carn Dearg Summit Cairn
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View down to Allt Ballach and the peat hags
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Looking back down Glen Ballach from the summit of Carn Dearg
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Looking back to Carn Dearg from Carn Ban
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Carn Sgulain Summit cairn
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View across to A'Chailleach from the summit of Sgulain
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Nearing the summit cairn & shelter of A'Chailleach
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Towards Newtonmore from the summit of A'Chailleach
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A'Chailleach summit
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Carn Dearg from A'Chailleach
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Tin Can Bothy that has seen better days!
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Plenty of visitors have left their mark on the Bothy
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The final heathery descent to the Allt Chaorainn and the walk back to the car park
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SecretSquirrel
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