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Leum Uillem

Leum Uillem


Postby fortyten » Sun Aug 08, 2010 7:20 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Leum Uilleim

Date walked: 08/08/2010

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Great Hill.
Drove to Bridge of Orchy to catch the train to Corrour. Headed off to the right from the station to get up on to the ridge then followed it round to the summit. For once the unpredictable Scottish weather played in our favour and we had clear sight of all the surrounding hills - even Ben Nevis appeared in all it's glory from under the cloud!
However, dodgy knees complained bitterly coming straight down the front of the hill back to the station - took me nearly as long as getting up there!! Well worth it though. :)
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