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Got back yesterday from the trip to Arrochar, what amazing scenery and hard climbing! Climbed Beinn Narnain and Ben Arthur (The Cobbler). Such a good trip.
Few pictures below:
Tent pitched at the Glen Loin campsite
Part (about 1/4) of the way up the climb
Looking along Loch Long towards the Atlantic
Semi successful panorama shot
Nearing the top of Beinn Narnain looking towards Ben Arthur
Bit of a scramble to get to the top of Beinn Narnain, but worth it!
Top of Narnain looking west.
Climbing the second peak (much easier with those steps)
Rocks at the top of The Cobbler
More interesting looking rocks at the top.
Descended a wee bit to get this great view of The Cobbler
All in I was on the hills for 6 hours, climbed from sea level to 926 m (3,038 ft) on Ben Narnain, descended that (not to sea level thankfully) then climbed to 884 m (2,900 ft) on Ben Arthur and then back to sea level.
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