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Irishman's point with Nina (Broadford Skye)

Irishman's point with Nina (Broadford Skye)


Postby ere1 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:30 pm

Date walked: 29/04/2016

Distance: 7 km

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It was a sunlit morning when we woke up on April 29th. It seemed an ideal day to climb Blaven. We first planned to take the first bus from Dornie but due to a long delay we missed our connection to Torrin. Blaven was cancelled for the day. Looking back really a pity because it was a beautiful day. To kill time we decided to explore the area around Broadford. The most beautiful discovery was a short walk by the water to Irishman's point.



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