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Meall na Fearna

Meall na Fearna

Postby rogers » Sun Aug 15, 2010 6:13 pm

Route description: Meall na Fearna, from Loch Earn

Corbetts included on this walk: Meall na Fearna

Date walked: 15/08/2010

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Decided to get out while the sun was in the sky today, did not have anything planned really until next Sunday when me and Timber have a couple of munros we fancy doing so was at a bit of a loose end this morning and thought what the heck how about a wee ronnie, closest i could come up with was this one so got the gear in the bag and was away at half seven, arrived at loch earn at the back off nine and managed to find a parking space, quick cuppa tea and sliced sausage piece, boots on, and off walking by about ten, although its not the most interesting hill the wee bit wild life made up for that and it proved to be a pretty good work out, got back to the car for about half two.

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Last edited by rogers on Mon Aug 16, 2010 9:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Meall na Fearna

Postby happyhiker » Sun Aug 15, 2010 7:19 pm

some fantastic pics here. I love the ones of the hairy goats - they look so funny and makes a great pic! Quite fancy being that water skier toady with all this gorgeous sun!
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