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Meikle Bin - Perfect Weather

Meikle Bin - Perfect Weather


Postby HiFidelity » Wed Apr 20, 2016 10:34 pm

Route description: Meikle Bin, Carron Valley

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Meikle Bin

Date walked: 20/04/2016

Time taken: 2.3 hours

Distance: 10 km

Ascent: 570m

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From the B818 on route to todholes carpark with Meikle Bin on show.

ImageMeikle Bin From B818 by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Arrived at todholes carpark, through the gate and followed the easy trail which is well sign posted all the way to the final decent to the summit.

ImageSign Facing Towards Meikle Bin Steepish Incline by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Just about there.

ImageMeikle Bin Trig Point by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Glorious Day looking down on Carron Valley Reservoir

ImageCarron Valley Reservoir by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Stob Binnein and Ben More, correct if wrong.

ImageMeikle Bin / Stob Binnein and Ben More by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

A Faint Ailsa Craig

ImageMeikle Bin / Ailsa Craig by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Forth rail bridge in the distance

ImageMeikle Bin / Forth Rail Bridge by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Peak of Ben Lomond, dead center.

ImageMeikle Bin / Ben Lomond by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

and you might see one these now and again, from the trig point.

ImageCloser Viewer From Meikle Bin by Kevin Miller, on Flickr

Perfect day and perfect weather to get over the disappointment of the thick cloud on top of Ben Nevis :)
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