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Beinn Narnain

Beinn Narnain


Postby greigo66 » Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:05 pm

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Narnain

Date walked: 03/07/2010

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Through a slight mistake we went left towards The Cobbler and followed the burn all the way to the back of Narnain , we should have done Ime but decided to follow the path up Narnain this was not as steep as the front side facing loch long but some hand work near the top . At the summit there was very bad visibility and after photies we found a nice place to shelter and eat some food , we then traced the path that takes you down through the spearhead gully and in the poor visibility was very scary we renamed it gully of death . After this we passed the spearhead to our right which just looks like a giant has placed his perfectly shaped spear down on top of Narnain , through another gully we were then greeted by the site of a mountain rescue sea-king helicopter which landed right in front of us then hovered off again , great photie opportunity. The cloud was by now gone and the sun streamed through the mist to reveal stunning views of the surrounding area . The rest of the descent was straight forward and we sat by the l

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och and had our Lunch , Great day ! By Danny and Kylie Munro . (jav and stevie)
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Re: Beinn Narnain

Postby walk aboot » Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:01 am

Like the helicopter photo :) .

I've been in and around the Cobbler a few times on misty days and been concerned about how easy it is to get a bit lost-way there (given that it is sooooooooooo popular).
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Re: Beinn Narnain

Postby greigo66 » Tue Jul 06, 2010 2:52 pm

walk aboot wrote:Like the helicopter photo :) .

I've been in and around the Cobbler a few times on misty days and been concerned about how easy it is to get a bit lost-way there (given that it is sooooooooooo popular).


Thank you for your post , we are just new to this Munro thing but are enjoying it and hope to bag as much as yourself over the next few months/years , Is there any you could suggest for rookies like us , anyway thanks again .....
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