Chose a nice straight forward one to try and get the family more interested in the outdoors whilst away for the weekend on Mull and all started well until my wife and daughter realised that there was another bit to the hill after the first summit so it was left to my son and me to go to the top with the dog
The climb was straight forward but boggy in parts especially the lower section but we quickly made it to Crater Lochan.
From here it was just a wee stroll round the left of the Lochan to the summit for Decs first hill
From here it was a quick walk down to the road to tie in with the girls and back to the car
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