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Attadale Munros: the night is dark and full of Terriers ...

Attadale Munros: the night is dark and full of Terriers ...


by 2manyYorkies » Sun Oct 06, 2019 10:04 pm

Route description: Bidein a'Choire Sheasgaich and Lurg Mhor

Munros included on this walk: Bidein a'Choire Sheasgaich, Lurg Mhor

Date walked: 29/09/2019

Time taken: 13 hours

Distance: 40 km

Ascent: 1800m

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Re: Attadale Munros: the night is dark and full of Terriers

Postby Graeme D » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:04 pm

Nice stuff Mr W! That's the thing about hillwalking - you never know when you might bump into some unsavoury characters! :lol: I do miss nights in a tent with a wet, smelly dog! :(
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Re: Attadale Munros: the night is dark and full of Terriers

Postby 2manyYorkies » Fri Oct 18, 2019 1:33 pm

Graeme D wrote:Nice stuff Mr W! That's the thing about hillwalking - you never know when you might bump into some unsavoury characters! :lol: I do miss nights in a tent with a wet, smelly dog! :(


Thanks Sir, glad I avoided six of the best there. I thought there was a prospect of further canine company on the Dewar household?
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Re: Attadale Munros: the night is dark and full of Terriers

Postby ted goater » Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:51 pm

Great report and pics, thank you. I bagged them on a one day walk Tue 6th July 1999, 14 hours. Strangely for a remote Munro, Sheasgaich was my third most crowded summit, after Ben Nevis and Ben Lomond, with at least 10 people there from all directions, including some who had cycled slowly and precariously – I saw one spill - along the same route. I enjoyed dipping my feet in the loch on the way down.
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