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Talla Donalds Day 2&3: Last Donald, Statistics & Reflections

Talla Donalds Day 2&3: Last Donald, Statistics & Reflections


by iangpark » Mon Sep 16, 2019 3:18 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: White Coomb

Donalds included on this walk: Cape Law, Erie Hill , Garelet Dod, Lochcraig Head , Molls Cleuch Dod, Under Saddle Yoke, White Coomb

Date walked: 14/09/2019

Time taken: 26 hours

Distance: 33.6 km

Ascent: 2007m

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Re: Talla Donalds Day 2&3: Last Donald, Statistics & Reflect

Postby malky_c » Fri Sep 27, 2019 2:29 pm

Congratulations 8) . I have long said I'll never finish the Donalds, but I seem to be spending most of my time within easy reach of them now, so it might happen yet :) . You have certainly found ways to make them more than just convenient bumps which you occasionally head to when the weather is poor in the Highlands.
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Posts: 6006
Munros:282   Corbetts:222
Grahams:219   Donalds:74
Sub 2000:276   Hewitts:269
Wainwrights:122   Islands:36
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Location: Glasgow/Inverness

Re: Talla Donalds Day 2&3: Last Donald, Statistics & Reflect

Postby iangpark » Sun Sep 29, 2019 6:20 pm

malky_c wrote:Congratulations 8) . I have long said I'll never finish the Donalds, but I seem to be spending most of my time within easy reach of them now, so it might happen yet :) . You have certainly found ways to make them more than just convenient bumps which you occasionally head to when the weather is poor in the Highlands.


Cheers Malky! You've got a fair bit of time left :wink: I think now that I'll be moving onto bigger and better stuff I'll need to make sure to readjust the distances :lol: Some of your reports recently have got me right fired up for a proper highlands trip!
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Posts: 282
Munros:24   Corbetts:15
Grahams:24   Donalds:89
Sub 2000:60   Hewitts:13
Wainwrights:15   Islands:9
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Location: Greenock

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