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Creag Ruadh - G29 (LW)

Creag Ruadh - G29 (LW)

Postby St Pedro » Fri Jun 01, 2018 1:27 am

Grahams included on this walk: Creag Ruadh

Date walked: 26/05/2018

Time taken: 2.15 hours

Distance: 9.76 km

Ascent: 364m

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Jerry and I on return from Glen Carron lads week, 1230 - 1445 myself, jerry and I return to car at 4.30pm (4hrs)
We split up at hydro building bridge, Jerry on first solo munro Meall Chuaich (2hrs to summit).
I have leisurely walk up across muir burn patches to summit in 1h15m. Spot Jerry on shoulder MC. Then direct descent to loch. Sit in shade at bothy reading book (Wallander), having enjoyable lunch waiting for Jerry, nice 1.5hr break.
Speedy drive home for 6pm and champions league final, Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool.

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