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Maol Chinn Dearg

Maol Chinn Dearg


Postby johnnyaztec » Thu Mar 07, 2019 3:51 pm

Munros included on this walk: Maol chinn-dearg

Date walked: 07/03/2019

Time taken: 3.75 hours

Distance: 8.2 km

Ascent: 820m

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A straightforward walk from the A87 onto the South Glen Shiel ridge,wind was reasonably strong on our backs as we ascended with good snow coverage from 600m upwards.we quickly made the summit and found some limited shelter on the reverse slope to eat and add layers.
A shirt walk across the ridge with some neve present we then descended Druim Thollaidh back to the road.

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