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Lost specs on lower summit of Sgurr a' Bhealaich Dheirg

Lost specs on lower summit of Sgurr a' Bhealaich Dheirg


Postby Ian Cowan » Tue May 29, 2018 1:05 pm

Munros included on this walk: Sàileag, Sgùrr a' Bhealaich Dheirg

Date walked: 27/05/2018

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According to Walkhighlands, "The finest approach [to Sgurr a' Bhealaich Dheirg] would probably be via the narrow and airy NNE ridge over Sreath a' Ghlas-choire, starting in the remote countryside around Camban." Two friends and I started from Camban bothy, and took that certainly very fine approach. One step in particular along the ridge is narrow and airy, especially in Sunday's easterly breeze, but the 3 of us made it to the spectacular summit with its "well-built cairn". The main point of this post is to advertise the fact that one of us left an expensive pair of spectacles beside the un-built cairn on the lower summit (at NGR NH NH031145, spot height 1014m), and to ask readers to let me know if they find it. Thanks.
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