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Ft Augustus marilyns

Ft Augustus marilyns


Postby Mrs Scoob » Wed Nov 15, 2017 10:21 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: Creag a'Chliabhain, Meall an Tarsaid

Date walked: 11/11/2017

Time taken: 3.6 hours

Distance: 11.52 km

Ascent: 608m

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Day 1 of WH meet at the Great Glen Hostel. We had up to 4 Subs in mind but ended up doing just the 2.

Ca'C first [9.38km, 362m ascent, 2h25m], once we eventually found a parking spot that Scoob was happy with :roll: :lol: Took quite a wide line up so made for a different route down thinking it would be quicker - but that ended up being just as wide a line round the other side :lol:

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Creag a'Chliabhain summit


Drove down the road and made for a straight line up MaT [2.14km, 246m ascent, 1hr11m]. Steep going :crazy: so we took a more gentle line down again.

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heading up Meall an Tarsaid


After this we did make a start on our 3rd route, but after taking sunset shots over the loch we realised it would be dark before we reached the summit... so headed back and left this for another trip. :D
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