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My Minimalist Report

My Minimalist Report


Postby johnscot55 » Wed May 15, 2019 6:18 pm

Route description: Beinn Dorain and Beinn an Dothaidh, Bridge of Orchy

Munros included on this walk: Beinn an Dothaidh

Date walked: 14/05/2019

Time taken: 5.75 hours

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I returned to climb this hill after skipping it on Easter Friday after I had climbed Beinn Dorain with my grandson.
Don't think I can add any great insight to this hill, which I'm sure is well known to most members. Only to say that, on this particularly glorious day, when I found myself alone on the most western of the three summits, overlooking Loch Tulla and the A82 road and the curve that begins the climb (or descent) to (or from) Rannoch Moor, taking in Ben Nevis, Stob Ghabhar and so many other mountains visible in all directions, using Flightradar24 to identify the planes flying overhead in the clear blue sky, I COULD HAVE HAPPILY SAT THERE ALL DAY!. HEAVEN :D !!!

In the coire.jpg
In the Coire
Summit Selfie.jpg
Summit Selfie
Beinn Dorain.jpg
Beinn Dorain.
Rannoch Moor between Beinn an Dothaidh and Beinn Achaladair..jpg
Rannoch Moor between Beinn an Dothaidh and Beinn Achaladair.
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Helpful Ben Nevis finder!
Western summit cairn and Loch Tulla..jpg
Western summit cairn of BaD and Loch Tulla.
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johnscot55
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Munros:46   Corbetts:4
Grahams:3   Donalds:2
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