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Beinn Dhorain a wee Scottish Graham.

Beinn Dhorain a wee Scottish Graham.


Postby gaffr » Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:18 pm

Date walked: 23/04/2019

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A walk that required a careful drive up the A9 on a very busy holiday Monday. In this part of Scotland the road has many different widths during the time that we were on it after the crossing of the Cromarty bridge and loads of problems during the journey.
Quite pleased to get off the road and onto the narrow, rough but peaceful wee road up into Glen Loth.
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