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First day of Munro bagging

First day of Munro bagging


Postby jimmyash84 » Tue Apr 26, 2016 8:16 pm

Munros included on this walk: Ben Vorlich (Loch Earn)

Date walked: 26/04/2016

Time taken: 3 hours

Ascent: 985m

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Re: First day of Munro bagging

Postby Silverhill » Wed Apr 27, 2016 9:45 pm

Congratulations on your first munro! :thumbup: This hill took me somewhat longer than 3 hours, but then again I didn't have to run to keep warm :wink: .
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Re: First day of Munro bagging

Postby teaandpies » Thu Apr 28, 2016 12:00 pm

In a few hills time you'll regret not getting across to the other Munro Stuc a'Chroin.
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Re: First day of Munro bagging

Postby Sgurr » Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:34 pm

teaandpies wrote:In a few hills time you'll regret not getting across to the other Munro Stuc a'Chroin.



Only if you are in full bagging mode....otherwise it's just another great day out to look forward to....from Glen Ample perhaps this time. Done it twice from there and seen different stuff each time.
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Re: First day of Munro bagging

Postby teaandpies » Thu Apr 28, 2016 3:02 pm

Sgurr wrote:
teaandpies wrote:In a few hills time you'll regret not getting across to the other Munro Stuc a'Chroin.



Only if you are in full bagging mode....otherwise it's just another great day out to look forward to....from Glen Ample perhaps this time. Done it twice from there and seen different stuff each time.


To be fair I started as a bagger but about 10 hills in I was a hill walker. When I look at my next hills now I see what other hills I can link regardless of their status.
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