Share your personal walking route experiences in Scotland, and comment on other peoples' reports.
Warning Please note that hillwalking when there is snow lying requires an ice-axe, crampons and the knowledge, experience and skill to use them correctly. Summer routes may not be viable or appropriate in winter. See winter information on our skills and safety pages for more information.

Buachaille Etive Mor

Buachaille Etive Mor

Postby pigeon » Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:10 pm

Route description: Buachaille Etive Mor

Munros included on this walk: Stob Dearg (Buachaille Etive Mor), Stob na Broige (Buachaille Etive Mor)

Date walked: 27/09/2010

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 14 km

Register or Login
free to be able to rate and comment on reports (as well as access 1:25000 mapping).

Started from car park at 9 20 got to top of stob dearg in 2 hours where i met Dennis and Ally with whom i completed the rest of the walk .Good day not as difficult asi thought it would be poor views in thick cloud was the only down side .Thanks again to the 2 falkirk lads for letting me tag along :D
the bauchaille from car park
the way up
me on stob dearg summit
probably the only cloud break of the day
some grouse in there somewhere
me and ally on stob nabroige summit
looking along glen coe
User avatar
Munro compleatist
Posts: 1389
Munros:282   Corbetts:94
Grahams:38   Donalds:35
Sub 2000:21   Hewitts:2
Wainwrights:1   Islands:2
Joined: Apr 29, 2010
Location: Linlithgow

Re: Buachaille Etive Mor

Postby skuk007 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:33 pm

Not the best of days for this walk but you got some good atmospheric pics there. I guess Glencoe is one of those places which rarely has a "I don't want to be here" moment. I expect others may disagree. :)
User avatar
Mountain Walker
Posts: 1419
Joined: Aug 24, 2009
Location: Bristol

Register or Login
free to be able to rate and comment on reports (as well as access 1:25000 mapping).

Walkhighlands community forum is advert free

Your generosity keeps this site running.
Can you help support Walkhighlands and the online community by donating by direct debit?

Return to Walk reports - Scotland

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 41 guests