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Up and down Creag nan Gabhar

Up and down Creag nan Gabhar


Postby KatTai » Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:19 pm

Route description: Creag nan Gabhar circuit

Corbetts included on this walk: Creag nan Gabhar

Date walked: 29/07/2019

Time taken: 3.2 hours

Distance: 12.6 km

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An easy route following a clear track all the way up to Creag nan Gabhar and rather than descending to Loch Callater we descended the same way. Unfortunately though the forecast had looked better, the White Mounth was in cloud but there were good views and clear skies over Ben Avon! There were loads of butterflies out - painted ladies, red admiral, small tortoiseshells, small heather, common blue and a fritillary I didn't get a good look at to identify.

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Moss having a splash in the river before the start of the ascent


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Posing with Ben Avon in the background


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More posing!


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At the summit


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The celebratory summit roll


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Possessed face


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Heading back down


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Don't think I need a guide to tell me this one is probably not a safe one to eat...but I don't like mushrooms anyway!
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