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Dryfehead Bothy

Dryfehead Bothy


Postby flipside » Sat May 14, 2016 8:47 am

Date walked: 29/04/2016

Time taken: 1.28 hours

Distance: 6.84 km

Ascent: 204m

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Alternative to the artic conditions blowing in on the mountains as originally planned. Printed map failed to print correctly good learning curve to check instead of just grabbing a bundle of print outs. Cracking wee bothy ,warm and dry with good company , Rab McMurdo , Miles and Bairdy. They were supposed to be in a Bothy in Rum but headed south dye to the weather. I past round The Kraken spiced rum which was uncanny as I normally bring whisky
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