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Dun Rig + 3 Donalds

Dun Rig + 3 Donalds


Postby weatherman » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:08 pm

Route description: Dun Rig Horseshoe, Peebles

Grahams included on this walk: Dun Rig

Donalds included on this walk: Birkscairn Hill, Dun Rig, Glenrath Heights, Stob Law

Date walked: 26/07/2010

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 22 km

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Park car at GR NT 258392, at the end of Glen Road
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walk the few yards to the end of the road, turn right, into Haystoun, and follow road all the way into Glen Sax
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'Chopper' crop spraying
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looking towards Glen Sax
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there is 'logging' at this time, won't be long until this small forest is gone!
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just past the forest, on the left you can see the path up the hill that you take
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cross over stream, GR 269351 and follow path uphill
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Looking back to the area being cleared in the forest
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Birkscairn Hill, Summit Cairn
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continue walking towards Stake Law, 263321, Cairn on summit
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and straight ahead to Dun Rig
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continue forward and round to the right, following shoulder of hill towards Glenrath Heights
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Glenrath Heights Summit, bit of a mess!
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Head straight ahead towards Broom Hill, Stob Law to your left in the distance
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follow the fence on Broom Hill to the Summit of Stob Law
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Summit, a few stones. then head back to Broom Hill
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from Broom Hill, head towards Huddleshope Heights, Cairn and Trig
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then follow the track back towards Dead Side
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follow track all the way back to the Glen Sax path, GR 269361
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where track, on the right, joins the Glen Sax path
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follow path back to Glen Road and car.
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weatherman
 
Posts: 12
Munros:51   Corbetts:23
Grahams:26   Donalds:85
Sub 2000:21   Hewitts:2
Joined: Jun 28, 2008

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