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Meall Chuaich

Meall Chuaich


Postby Broggy1 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 2:22 pm

Route description: Meall Chuaich, Drumochter

Munros included on this walk: Meall Chuaich

Date walked: 30/07/2017

Time taken: 2.5 hours

Distance: 14.6 km

Ascent: 661m

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One of the lads had to be back in Preston by 5 for the Sunday so we left Aviemore behind and camped near Dalwhinnie.

Set an early alarm and bagged this quick and straightforward Munro in the morning, before breakfast in Pitlochry then on the road.

1 Munro ahead.JPG
Meall Chuaich ahead - a straightforward walk in down a good track past a lot of workings.


2 Approaching summit.JPG
After a steeper climb things get easier as you wind round to the summit


3 MC.JPG
Meall Chuaich summit. Too early for morning mist to have cleared.


4 Descent.JPG
Descending and ready to get home
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