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Meall Odhar

Meall Odhar


Postby Benaden887 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:47 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Meall Odhar

Date walked: 16/01/2016

Time taken: 5 hours

Distance: 8.5 km

Ascent: 555m

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Sat./ With Max and trevor opting to climb at Bridge of orchy - some discussion the previous night its deemed prudent given the snow conditions for the club to do an outing over Meall Odhar- the golden graham. Cross the railway and head north - Andy set the pace breaking trail the whole day. my thanks for that.Up the side of the burn to Sron nan Colan before skirting the forest and heading straight to the over cast top. A cold wind shortened the stay and a rapid descent thro a forest break gained the river and track to Collinish farm. Follow track and river eastward before a forest trail returned us to the bunkhouse at tyndrum.Pleased wi my leather boots, dry after two days in the wet - thats scarpa for ye- Pleased that others broke trail after friday`s exploits.
Suspect Billy was too. - snow as deep as yesterday, wind a lot colder skies heavy and overcast - good company - great criac
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