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Stuc a' Chroin via Beinn Each from A84

Stuc a' Chroin via Beinn Each from A84


Postby jwramsay » Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:58 pm

Munros included on this walk: Stuc a'Chroin

Corbetts included on this walk: Beinn Each

Date walked: 28/05/2010

Time taken: 6 hours

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On Friday 28th May 2010 I took the route from the Ardchullerie Mor layby near the A84 up through the forest and then up the 2680 feet tall Corbett that is Beinn Each. The bealach between the Corbett takes you up the shoulder of Stuc A Chroin, with great views of it's neighbour Ben Vorlich. The steepness of the buttress up onto Stuc a Chroin was amazing - folks scramble up that!!


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Loch Lubnaig


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Stuc a' Chroin from Beinn Each


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Dumyat, Kincardine and Grangemouth from atop Stuc


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Dumgoyne from Stuc summit


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Tarmachan Ridge and Beinn Ghlas


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Scambling face of Stuc and Ben Vorlich


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Stob Binnean & Ben More from Stuc


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Easy descent back to the track


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