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Cairnwell Trio

Cairnwell Trio

Postby iaina » Sun Oct 10, 2010 12:14 pm

Route description: The Cairnwell Munros

Munros included on this walk: Càrn a' Ghèoidh, Càrn Aosda, The Cairnwell

Date walked: 09/10/2010

Time taken: 4 hours

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Well to start with who said these are easy?
Set off from ski centre about 09:15 set of up Carn Aosda got there in about 40 mins arrgghh that's steep.
Face now bright red and sweat stinging my eyes, time to take the fleece off, it's heating up, or maybe it's just me. Turns out to be a great day clear skies......ish in parts.
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Set of for great walk along to the 2nd munro Carn a' Gheoidh. This gave me time to get the heart rate back down and take some great snaps of Loch Vrotachan.
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Onto the summit and making good time. Time for another photo session.
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After a 20 min break onto the Cairnwell, missed out Carn nan sac due to the poor views on offer, leave it for another day.

Onto the cairnwell and time for more snaps.
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Good day had by all. Ready for another 2 next weekend...still to choose.
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Re: Cairnwell Trio

Postby gunn690 » Sun Oct 10, 2010 12:39 pm

you should try Glas Tulaichean and beinn lutharn Bheag via loch nan eun (round at glen shee) i camped there a month ago next to the lochan half way up was a good trip with a nice walk in, lots of deer and grouse.
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