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Bridge of Tilt - Carn a Chlamain

Bridge of Tilt - Carn a Chlamain

Postby ctaylor01 » Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:22 pm

Route description: Carn a'Chlamain

Munros included on this walk: Carn a'Chlamain

Date walked: 05/11/2019

Time taken: 4.59 hours

Distance: 25.6 km

Ascent: 1279m

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So nice after days of heavy rain to see the hills clearer.

The route was simple, at the car park there is a house opposite the entrance with a road/track. Walkers/cyclists/runners are welcome, simply follow the path - discreet markers, very simples.

The path that way is cyclable, but a bit of narrow track/pushing in places further up. The road/land rover track on the other side of the river is in great condition and cyclable all the way to summit should that be your thing.

I would not be too hung up on "the long walk in", its really no hardship at all and its not that long. Its flat and beautiful and lovely for walking/running.

Easy path across from the car park

Things about to open up

This fellow is on the left as you head upstream

Well defined path heading to the summit

Moody weather rolling in

Happiness - hot drink and cake

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