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Seana Bhraigh

Seana Bhraigh

Postby tombombadilio » Tue Oct 02, 2018 11:53 am

Munros included on this walk: Seana Bhraigh

Date walked: 27/05/2018

Time taken: 9.5 hours

Distance: 26.6 km

Ascent: 1380m

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0615: Standard faff, then set-off from InverlaelImage

Midges on steep ascent, must keep moving, drippingImage

View back to InverlaelImage

Deer fenceImage


Plateau aheadImage

Fine watering hole in summer, problematic in spate?Image

An Teallach to the southImage

Excellent stalker's pathImage

AnT againImage

Turning into glen of Allt an Lochan SgeirichImage


Camping spot?Image

Still good pathImage

Looking west again to AnTImage

Approaching head of glenImage

To the southImage

First of a couple of small cairnsImage

Next cairn on horizon, then leftImage

That cairn looking westImage

Seana Bhraigh plateauImage

Cooking out of the windImage

Cliffs to the northImage

Vapour trailImage

Cliffs to the southImage

Plateau to SE of SBImage

1101: SB summit, windy AFImage

Creag an Duine/Sgor a' BharraImage

Assynt hills to the northImage

AnT range to the westImage

Rest of Beinn Dearg group to the southImage

Money shotImage

Same return routeImage


Dropping down again, wind keeping midges at bay, still baking thoughImage

1543: Back at the oven, windows down drive to Dundonnell hostelImage

Almost perfect walking conditions with excellent stalker's path in dry conditions for most of day. Pursued by midges until height reached, then beautiful breeze to keep them at bay for rest of day. Not too hot, except in lee of hills. A few good streams along the way. Excellent potential camp spots in glen of Allt an Lochan Sgeirich. Views of Torridon/Assynt and Dundonnell - ridiculous. Navigation therefore easy, though reaching SB summit from plateau at head of Allt an Lochan Sgeirich could be difficult in any other conditions. SB summit very windy, cold after a while, though just off summit, wind dropped completely. Very pleasant walk out, much of it on a slight decline. Good chat with man from Stoke at stream heading out to camp. Baking car. Improvised shower before drive back to hostel past people sweating in the heat waiting for a bus. Awesome day.
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