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Postby blueyed » Sun Oct 25, 2015 5:55 pm

Route description: Buachaille Etive Beag

Munros included on this walk: Stob Coire Raineach (Buachaille Etive Beag), Stob Dubh (Buachaille Etive Beag)

Date walked: 25/10/2015

Time taken: 5 hours

Distance: 8 km

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I dont really need excuses to visit glencoe, however as our friends from england were coming over for a weekend... we happily used it as a VERY GOOD EXCUSE :)
i was really keen on revisiting buachaille etive beag, last time i really enjoyed it, and thou it was summer then and we have autumn now i knew we will have fantastic time.
what i needed was an excuse for revisiting rannoch moor (again!) to see it in autumn oranges and yellows.

cant deny my ever-growing love for this picturesque wetland @ RANNOCH MOOR


allright, finally we have reached the 'dome cairn' car park, starting point to buachaille etive beag, aka small bookil





i have a really soft spot for glencoe munros, could visit them over and over again, in fact i've revisited big bookil just couple of weeks ago and can definitely say that colours changed a lot during only a 3 weeks period, so i guess i will be back there again really soon for more yellows and browns :)

more pics on my photoblog around scotland @ blogspot
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Postby Sarah Clough » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:06 pm

Cracking photos.
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