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Five Fantastic Days in the Wilds of the North West

Five Fantastic Days in the Wilds of the North West


by jupe1407 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 1:48 am

Route description: Beinn Dearg - the Four Munros circuit

Munros included on this walk: Am Faochagach, Beinn Dearg (Ullapool), Cona' Mheall, Eididh nan Clach Geala, Maol Chean-dearg, Meall nan Ceapraichean, Sgor Gaoith

Date walked: 20/01/2017

Distance: 64.45 km

Ascent: 4261m

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Re: Five Fantastic Days in the Wilds of the North West

Postby arjh » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:28 pm

I know what you mean about An Ruadh Stac - in late 2015 I got to the bealach and only had time for one of the two peaks. I'm a southeast England-based walker on a solo Munro round, so Munro summits are at an absolute premium for me... and I still chose the Corbett. A magnificent mountain.

Great photos and trip report all round. :clap:
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Re: Five Fantastic Days in the Wilds of the North West

Postby jupe1407 » Sat Jan 28, 2017 10:14 am

Jaxter wrote:Heading oot the country....so my chances are pretty good :lol:


I refer you to my previous post :lol:

Enjoy!

arjh wrote:I know what you mean about An Ruadh Stac - in late 2015 I got to the bealach and only had time for one of the two peaks. I'm a southeast England-based walker on a solo Munro round, so Munro summits are at an absolute premium for me... and I still chose the Corbett. A magnificent mountain.

Great photos and trip report all round. :clap:


Thanks Arjh. I'm definitely going back for it this year. It just looks sensational from almost every viewpoint :D
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