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The magnificent 7- sisters brothers and cousin Ciste Dhubh

The magnificent 7- sisters brothers and cousin Ciste Dhubh


Postby SunnyAdventure » Sun Aug 04, 2019 3:29 pm

Route description: Five Sisters of Kintail

Munros included on this walk: Aonach Meadhoin, Ciste Dhubh, Saileag, Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg, Sgurr Fhuaran, Sgurr na Carnach, Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe

Date walked: 27/04/2019

Time taken: 11 hours

Distance: 25.9 km

Ascent: 2820m

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Start from Glen Licht hut head straight up to Sgurr Fhuaran via the main east ridge then follow the 5 sisters route take the other 2 munros. Continue on the ridge take 3 munros of the Brother’s then drop down to the bealach and head up to Ciste Dubh then down its north ridge to glen Africa, head west of the glen good foot path return to glen Licht hut.
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Sisters brothers and cousin Ciste Dhubh The magnificent seven.gpx Open full screen  NB: Walkhighlands is not responsible for the accuracy of gpx files in users posts

Last edited by SunnyAdventure on Tue Aug 06, 2019 1:05 pm, edited 2 times in total.
SunnyAdventure
Rock-climber
 
Posts: 7
Munros:282   Corbetts:28
Grahams:3   Donalds:8
Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:14
Wainwrights:14   
Joined: Jul 2, 2015
Location: Edinburgh

Re: The magnificent 7- sisters brothers and cousin Ciste Dub

Postby SunnyAdventure » Sun Aug 04, 2019 3:43 pm

The route GPX file attached
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Posts: 7
Munros:282   Corbetts:28
Grahams:3   Donalds:8
Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:14
Wainwrights:14   
Joined: Jul 2, 2015
Location: Edinburgh

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