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Beinn Mhanach. 20-Aug-2019

Beinn Mhanach. 20-Aug-2019


Postby andrewgscott » Thu Aug 22, 2019 10:17 pm

Route description: Beinn Mhanach

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Mhanach

Date walked: 20/08/2019

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 20 km

Ascent: 882m

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On my own but met Julian on the way who was also doing it.

I was off work due to work-related stress.

This was the first decent day for a few weeks.

Stopped at side of A82 at Auch farm. Work going on to the railway viaduct. A very pleasant, sunny day. A small shower in the afternoon was the only rain. The climb itself, from the watershed with Glen Lyon, was steep. Grass all the way. A bit boggy in places. Clouds cleared from summit to give great views (see photos). Came across sheep being gathered in by farmers/shepherds and dogs.

Charged car at the Green Welly.

Link to photo album https://photos.app.goo.gl/8zYeySrouBdj2Nu67

Link to Viewranger track http://my.viewranger.com/track/details/MTE2MDQ4NjE=
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