Parked up at Bridge of Orchy station, went under the railway and onto the path that led to the bealach. The path leads all the way to Beinn Dorain, remembering in bad weather to continue past the large cairn and onto the true summit.
We then returned to the bealach, where the path continued towards Beinn an Dothaidh, but unfortunately the path becomes quite boggy and navigation may be difficult in bad weather.
So two Munros completed and a very nice day for it and well done to Rebecca on her 1st two Munros, completing them in a very respectable 6hours
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