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Beinn Tulaichean, Cruach Ardrain, Beinn a'Chroin, An Caistea

Beinn Tulaichean, Cruach Ardrain, Beinn a'Chroin, An Caistea


Postby terminalsump » Tue Aug 01, 2017 11:26 pm

Munros included on this walk: An Caisteal, Beinn a'Chroin, Beinn Tulaichean, Cruach Ardrain

Date walked: 01/04/2017

Time taken: 8.55 hours

Distance: 26 km

Ascent: 2016m

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I decided to tackle these four munro's as a round, which proved to be a great, but long day.

The route-finding between Beinn Tulaichean and Beinn a'Chroin needed a little bit of care, staying below the crags traversing around Stob Glas. This may be problematic in winter with snow, and would require care.


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ImageGrey Height at the start by Morgan Tim, on Flickr

ImageGrey Height on Cruach Ardrain by Morgan Tim, on Flickr

ImageSummit of Cruach Ardrain by Morgan Tim, on Flickr

ImageBeinn Tulaichean by Morgan Tim, on Flickr

ImageBeinn Tulaichean Panorama by Morgan Tim, on Flickr

ImageCruach Ardrain & Beinn Tulaichean from An Caisteal by Morgan Tim, on Flickr
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