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Simple wander up Mount Blair

Simple wander up Mount Blair

Postby KatTai » Tue May 22, 2018 7:00 pm

Route description: Mount Blair

Grahams included on this walk: Mount Blair

Date walked: 22/05/2018

Time taken: 1.35 hours

Distance: 4.5 km

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Pretty simple walk this one! Parked in the layby next to the Perth/Angus sign and walked along the road to the gate, through the gate and then it was up up up first through a field of sheep with lambs and then following a track through low heather. The mast at the summit appeared quite suddenly and it was a surprise how close it was. Returned the same way. The views are pretty good from the summit could see right across to Ben Nevis and co. I was wondering what the big pointy Munro was on the way up and it turned out it was Schiehallion so but of a F grade for me not recognising that one :lol:

Summit roll, it is a tradition and has to be done on every summit though not sure what the psychotic face is for!

"Mum you idiot that big pointy Munro is Schiehallion! Sheesh how can you not recognise that one!"

Great views!

More views! You can see Schiehallion to the left of Moss.
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