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Pleasant walking in the Sgorans.

Pleasant walking in the Sgorans.


Postby gaffr » Sat Feb 27, 2016 11:00 am

Date walked: 26/02/2016

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The Sgorans are always a draw when there is a reasonable snow cover.
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Looking out from Meall Tionail towards the Monadhliaths
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A typical Cairngorm wide are between Tionail and Meall Buidhe
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Folks in the bottom left area of the image making way towards Sgor Gaoith on the slope above above allt a'Chrom alltain.
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West facing slopes look wind scoured...Coire Bogha-cloiche edge from Sgor Gaoith.
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Two of the folks I had watched heading to Sgor Gaoith now heading down towards Strathspey...they had travelled 500mls. to be in the Scottish hills.
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Re: Pleasant walking in the Sgorans.

Postby Sunset tripper » Sat Feb 27, 2016 7:17 pm

Looks brilliant. Might head up there tomorrow if my car can make it up the Glenfeshie road :D
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