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West Fannich Hills - 5 Munros in one day

West Fannich Hills - 5 Munros in one day


Postby Knuttus » Fri Mar 25, 2016 12:49 pm

Munros included on this walk: A' Chailleach, Meall a'Chrasgaidh, Sgurr Breac, Sgurr nan Clach Geala, Sgurr nan Each

Date walked: 17/03/2016

Time taken: 9 hours

Distance: 23 km

Ascent: 2388m

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Starting in the Morning to make my 95 to 99 Munro. A easy start along a track an a very good footparth very good from the Estate.
01 Forrest footpath.JPG


Next a good foodbrigde here is a very good spot to for wildcamping
02 Footbridge - Abhainn Cuileig.JPG


03 Loch a' Bhraoin.JPG


04 k-DSCN2469.JPG


and up the hill
05 Leitir Fhearna.JPG


06 from Druim Rèidh view to A' Chailleach.JPG


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08 A' Chailleach.JPG


09 A' Chailleach.JPG


10 An Tellach.JPG

great view to An Tellach for the next day to make the 100

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13 Sgùrr Mhor.JPG


14 at Sgùrr nan Each.JPG


15 Sgùrr nan Clach Geala.JPG


16 Sgùrr nan Each.JPG


17 Last meters to the top - Sgùrr nan Clach Geala.JPG


18 Way down - Sgurr nan Clach Geala.JPG

Here where the crampons very helpfull because the snow was iceing

19 Meall a' Chrasgaidh.JPG



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A perfect day in the Hills.
Knuttus
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