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Wet Weekend in Perthshire...Again!

Wet Weekend in Perthshire...Again!


Postby Sunny Speyside » Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:57 am

Munros included on this walk: Bràigh Coire Chruinn-bhalgain, Càrn Liath (Beinn a' Ghlò), Càrn nan Gabhar

Corbetts included on this walk: Ben Vrackie

Date walked: 11/06/2016

Time taken: 14 hours

Distance: 32.5 km

Ascent: 2276m

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A very jolly few days away with FHW despite the weather being pants , seems to be a recurring theme in Perthshire.
Cloud at 400m on Saturday so I decided not to head off into the hills on my own and stayed with 'the pack' instead, another visit to beinn a' ghlo then :lol: :lol: At least a number of walkers were glad I had done the route before as navigation off no2 Munro was testing in the clag and repeating the route I had previously taken meant we stayed out of the bogs on the walk out :clap:
Sunday on Ben Vrackie was marginally better with at least some views along Glen Gary and south to Ballinluig while below the cloud, in the cloud and at the summit was miserable so we didn't hang around...and that's another hill on the to do again list :roll:


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