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Gaick Corbys

Gaick Corbys

Postby Mrs Scoob » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:13 pm

Route description: Gaick Corbetts: An Dun and Meall Creag an Loch

Corbetts included on this walk: An Dun, Maol Creag an Loch (A' Chaoirnich)

Date walked: 18/11/2017

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 26.3 km

Ascent: 1151m

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Day trip with a cycle in & out. Made the rookie mistake of figuring this was 'just' a pair of Corbetts (plus a Simm) and even with recent light snowfall we'd be nipping up and down, so would be fine wearing the lightweight boots :roll: Only it was freezing cold and on the way out, almost back at the bikes, I stood in the bog over the top of the boot :shock: :crazy: Still, another good day out :D

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cycle in
starting the climb, going for a clockwise loop
along the top of An Dun
went for a straight line down to cross the water and up the other side
heading up the other side
Maol Creag an Loch (A' Chaoirnich) summit
another cairn on MCL, wind picking up!
heading out, hills behind us - just cycled through this :)
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