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The Meldons - an hour to spare

The Meldons - an hour to spare


Postby rob munbett » Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:34 pm

Sub 2000' hills included on this walk: White Meldon

Date walked: 22/04/2019

Time taken: 1 hours

Distance: 2.77 km

Ascent: 359m

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I was down in Peebles for a couple of days with my wife. Having checked into the hotel, I had an hour or so to spare so I drove round to the high car park for a walk up White Meldon, then back down to the car for some refreshment before heading up Black Meldon. It was a fine sunny day but there was a strong wind from the East blowing across the tops. Perhaps all those families who were picnicking and paddling in the burn and sunbathing had the right idea. At least I had the hills to myself despite the fine weather. I was disappointed to see so much litter around all the car parks on this stretch of road.
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Black Meldon from the ascent of White Meldon
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White Meldon from Black Meldon

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