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Glen Lyon Corbetts

Glen Lyon Corbetts

Postby canofirnbru » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:16 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Meall Buidhe, Sron a' Choire Chnapanich

Date walked: 06/10/2018

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 20.59 km

Ascent: 1247m

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A good weather day with great views all round.
I followed the good track to the dam and came to a dead end then I had to climb up steeply to get on the right landrover track. :shock:
Meall Buidhe first and then over to SaCC where Stuc an Lochain would have been easily reached, but not today!
I had planned to walk off Sron a’ Choire Chnapanaich straight down to my car but I met another walker who said he tried to come up that way and there was stalking going on. :roll: Oh well it’s back the way I came up then. :lol: .
On the way down a helecopter flew past over from Glen Lochay along Loch Lyon and landed on top of Beinn Mhanach.
About 10 mins later it took off and headed south, a rescue perhaps?

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Stuc an Lochain with Loch an Daimh below


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