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Glenbranter Xmas Winter Wonderland all dressed in snow :)

Glenbranter Xmas Winter Wonderland all dressed in snow :)


Postby over2u » Thu Dec 02, 2010 4:41 am

Route description: Allt Robuic Waterfalls, Glenbranter

Date walked: 01/12/2010

Time taken: 1.5 hours

Distance: 3.5 km

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Nice peaceful walk in the snow decided to revist here as one of my friends in glenbranter said there was about 2 feet of snow.. (there was about 1" lol) :)

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Start of the walk (yellow route)

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appears that the forestry are trying to keep the paths in good condition considering the snow :)

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Roe Deer :)

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fawn with her mum :) (excuse spelling?)

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A Frozen waterfall :) and another below
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The main waterfall, its very pictureseque in the summer/autumn difference is like chalk and cheese.

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A wee stroll following the river back to the car park.

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Below is a pic i took in during the summer of the "main waterfall" in the walk.
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You can see pictures from both summer and in autumn..

Glenbranter, Argyll Red/Orage And Waterfall Walk. The waterfalls unfortuantly due to the lack of rain this summer isn't very impressive still worth a wee trek thou.. just means got to go back late autumn... Original walk was approx 29th June, revisted couple of days ago, hence the addition of the waterfalls in spate ;) in the following link. http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2035948&id=1602167455&l=031cfac63f
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