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A' Chralaig & The Great Loch Cluanie Swim 2017

A' Chralaig & The Great Loch Cluanie Swim 2017


Postby ere1 » Fri May 26, 2017 2:06 pm

Munros included on this walk: A' Chralaig

Date walked: 04/05/2017

Distance: 10 km

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After the day I visited the South Glen Shiel ridge I didn’t want to get up early and wanted to have a breakfast at Cluanie Inn. I thought a lot about my plans for the day, because I had to catch the bus in the afternoon to Fort William. For the fourth of May I decided to climb the A’Chralaig and afterwards I swam in Loch Cluanie. Swimming in the loch was amazing! A cold but an unforgettable experience.



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