Just one note on the path to the South of Narnain it is fairly uneasy to follow and come along steep slopes. It is certainly easier to start by this section, "climbing" from this side to avoid going downhill. Indeed it was quite wet. The path to the north and West are very well maintain éd and easy to follow.
When finishing by Narnain like I did, I guess it would be faster to reverse to take the path between Narnain and Cobbler that can be jogged.
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