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Beinn Bhreac & Tullich Hill

Beinn Bhreac & Tullich Hill


Postby teaandpies » Thu Feb 11, 2016 10:37 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Beinn Bhreac (Loch Lomond), Tullich Hill

Date walked: 09/02/2016

Distance: 10.29 km

Ascent: 1101m

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My fist walk of the year, I thought I had picked a couple easy hills to stretch my legs on but they turned out to be a little tougher than I expected. Steep little buggers!
Breaking in a pair of new boots and it had been less than 24 hours since I gave bloody, I found the going hard to be honest but I placed one foot in front of the other and got it done.

Ma ride
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Glen Douglas
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Follow the tree line
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Oooh new boots
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From the edge of the tree line just walk straight up the hill :crazy:
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Hitting the snow line. The summit is in that gloom.
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The summit trig.
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Loch Lomond.
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Tullich Hill still hiding.
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Ben Reoch enjoying some sun.
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Tullich Hill showing it's self.
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Some deer on the horizon.
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The gully between Beinn Bhreac & Tullich Hill.
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Looking back at Beinn Bhreac.
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Loch Lomond from Ben Reoch.
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Ben Lomond hiding.
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Looking at the Luss Grahams.
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Tullich Hill starting to look bigger than I thought :shock:
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The Cobbler from An t-Sreang.
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Arrochar with it's Alps :lol:
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Tullich Hill Summit looking at a few of the Luss hills...
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...down Loch Long...
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...and over to the big boy hills :lol:
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Ben Dhub and Loch Lomond.
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Glen Douglas from up high, the car seems so far away at this point.
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Strange mythical looking pool.
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The last light in Glen Douglas.
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teaandpies
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Re: Beinn Bhreac & Tullich Hill

Postby apctool99 » Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:46 am

Nice report, thing I'm gonna give this one a go over the weekend.
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Re: Beinn Bhreac & Tullich Hill

Postby teaandpies » Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:41 am

apctool99 wrote:Nice report, thing I'm gonna give this one a go over the weekend.


How did you get on?
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