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Ben Oss

Ben Oss


Postby kabu1 » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:35 pm

Munros included on this walk: Ben Oss

Date walked: 08/11/2019

Time taken: 7.5 hours

Distance: 18.6 km

Ascent: 1267m

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Walked this with LR Ad Hoc'ers, on a perfect winters day. Blue sky, very little wind, a bit of snow on the tops. As it ended up as 'my' walk since Moira's was 'off' due to her back problem I pursuaded them to do Ben Oss first as I had already done Ben Dhubhcraig. A slightly extended circuit of Oss ensuide as we didn't pay enough attention to the route. I got a bit of cramp from summit onwards. Not enough energy food or water being the cause. Had eased by the time I got down. Doreen hadn't felt too great so turned back before the snow line. The rest of us: Diane, Mike, Chris & John all made it. I didn't do Dhubhcraig again and so enjoyed a slower pace on the descent. Even got back home (6pm) in time to go to RSNO concert in the Usher Hall (7.30).
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