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Creag Meagaidh circuit

Creag Meagaidh circuit


Postby The_Greenman2000 » Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:10 am

Munros included on this walk: Carn Liath (Creag Meagaidh), Creag Meagaidh, Stob Poite Coire Ardair

Date walked: 01/10/2018

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 20.61 km

Ascent: 1325m

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Simple starting route for us this year (this time without Jasper who died in March :(
The 3 Munros of Creag Meagaidh.

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All very simple, but the very tops had just the lightest dusting of snow and the wind was bitter. Cloud blew in and out, mainly in when on the tops but in the east we could see the Cairngorms were nicely white.
Carn Liath.JPG
Carn Liath

Stob Poite Corie Ardair.JPG
Stob Poite Corie Ardair

Creag Meagaidh (Me).JPG
Creag Meagaidh


Could defo see that these routes in the winter would be 'exciting' to say the least. Not my sort of thing though, but these gullies looked amazing.
View of Creag Meagaidh rock wall.JPG
Creag Meagaidh rock wall on the decent from the Window
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