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Blue skies on Bynack More

Blue skies on Bynack More

Postby snowdonia7 » Tue Apr 03, 2018 9:08 am

Route description: Bynack More from Glenmore

Munros included on this walk: Bynack More

Date walked: 29/03/2018

Time taken: 4.45 hours

Distance: 19.4 km

Ascent: 829m

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Our Easter trip saw us hoping to finish the munros of the Cairngorm and Monadh Liath. As we didn't expect to arrive in the area until about 10am we decided on Bynack More as it was the shortest of our planned walks.
We followed the WH route from Glenmore without incident of note, with fine weather and blue sky for the most part. For the traditional summit photo I showed off my colour coordinated outfit, which had a bit of a festive look.
Bynack More 2.jpg

The weather started to close in a bit on the descent so we kept up a good pace in an effort to get back before it, stopping briefly to speak with a lady heading up. Our trip time of 4.45 meant we could get to our accommodation early, but it probably took more out of the legs than was required, especially with a couple of bigger days to follow :?
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