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A pleasant afternoon or evening walk.

A pleasant afternoon or evening walk.

Postby gaffr » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:02 am

Grahams included on this walk: Creag Liath

Date walked: 01/09/2010

Distance: 8 km

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Creag Liath lies between two of the wee glens North of Glen Banchor and looks out towards Creag Dubh to the South. Easy access from the car park at the end of the driveable road up from Newtonmore. Up the estate track from close to Dalballoch and simply cross the burn....water levels?....and ascend to a col between the summit and a wee knoll to the North. Pleasantly up a developing path, which appears from the knoll area, to the top of C. Liath.
Carn Dearg Moadhliaths HPIM4645.jpg
The highest top on the Monadhliath circuit.
Creag Liath Monadhliaths HPIM4649.jpg
Cairngorms in the distance.
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