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Closing off Cluanie

Closing off Cluanie

Postby Mrs Scoob » Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:09 pm

Munros included on this walk: Carn Ghluasaid

Date walked: 17/09/2017

Time taken: 3.5 hours

Distance: 9.42 km

Ascent: 757m

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Alarm-free morning, drove round from Coulags with sunshine and great views 8) :D ... but clouded over by the time we were at the start of this walk :roll: Went for it anyway - our last one in this area - so made for a quick trip up the path, then a more direct line back down to miss out some of the zig-zags and bog. Thought about going for the Top on this one too, but decided we'll be back in better weather next time so will get it then :wink: Just Ben Lomond left now (for Scoob) then we'll finish on our last pair on round 2 in Fisherfields... didn't quite fit this in before we're off the hills for the next month with other commitments, but reckon we'll still fit them in this year :D :lol:
nice drive over this morning :)
summit views, lol!
clearing on the way down, we peeled off for a straighter line down the shoulder

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