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Blaeloch Hill

Blaeloch Hill


Postby desmondo1 » Thu Feb 02, 2017 6:55 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Knockdolian

Date walked: 26/01/2017

Time taken: 2.5 hours

Distance: 5.89 km

Ascent: 228m

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Hi I have tried to complete a trip but once again the photos are out of sync. Not sure what I am doing wrong but there you go.
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The false cairn after you have walked around Brown Hill. Just pick a spot and tramp across the moor.
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Follow the track to reach Blaeloch cairn in the distance.
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I was surprised to find this aircraft debris, indeed how much of it there was. I researched it later to find it was a 2nd World War wreck, a few moments of contemplation were required.
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Do not look behind you focus on north and west!!
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Blaeloch Summit looking west towards Arran but clouds spoiling view.
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From the car park follow this wind farm track up the hill for about 1.5 miles around the back of Brown Hill
desmondo1
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