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Kinlocheil Grahams

Kinlocheil Grahams

Postby Mrs Scoob » Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:26 pm

Grahams included on this walk: Aodann Chleireig, Meall Onfhaidh

Date walked: 28/10/2017

Time taken: 6.35 hours

Distance: 16.4 km

Ascent: 1119m

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Weekend away with the FORC crew :D The rest went for Gulvain while Scoob & I started out with these 2 Grahams thinking we'd see how it goes... didn't continue on to the Corbett in the end (high winds, wet and very boggy => feet got soaked through :roll: ). Instead we headed down to the bothy and popped in for a snack stop before heading back along the track to make a loop back to Fassfern.
heading up Aodann Chleireig - lots of new forestry tracks to pick from
Aodann Chleireig summit. Last of the big deer herd that ran past as Gulvain clears beyond
heading up Meall Onfhaidh; Gulvain now all clear (but still cold and windy!)
Heading down again; looking out to Loch Eil
Glensulaig bothy

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