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3 sisters

3 sisters

Postby Louise993 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 12:40 pm

Route description: Five Sisters of Kintail

Munros included on this walk: Sgurr Fhuaran, Sgurr na Carnach, Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe

Date walked: 15/04/2017

Time taken: 8 hours

Distance: 11 km

Ascent: 1255m

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Anne and I stayed at Ratagan

Always forget about limited showers there is in the place compared to how many beds!

We took along the lovely pepule from Sweden who was staying at the hostel . Absolutely lovely girl full of life and adventure travelling Scotland by herself , only 24 or something. Amazing girl , she was like a wee mountain goat bounding along the hills laughing to herself due to the amazing view she could see before her. Brilliant!!

Huge thank you for the boys of West Lothian walking club giving us a lift to drop my car off and take us to the starting point, much appreciate :clap:

Great day on the hills Pepule reminded me why we do this and how sometimes even us mountain lovers start to take things for granted.

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