What can I say about this hill, it was something special the view from the start to the top was amazing. The weather held out for us on the climb up but as we reached the top there was hail stones then show and very strong winds. Which I loved it added to the beauty of this majestic place.
I found this easier that the conic the week before. A true place of escapism you feel a million miles away from towns and citys all with in an hours drive from Dumbarton my home town.
Me and my brother where worried for a group to foreign kids (30 of them) and 2 adults all walking up in trainers and light jackets with the weather turning it's worrying to see what some people are wearing during these walks.
Over all it gave me the feeling of being alive, some buzz up the top.
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