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Innerdownie, Tarmangie and Ben Shee, Ochils

Innerdownie, Tarmangie and Ben Shee, Ochils


Postby maxie23 » Fri Feb 07, 2020 8:31 pm

Date walked: 07/02/2020

Time taken: 4.5 hours

Distance: 17 km

Ascent: 618m

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Had a spare day, right achilles tendon was giving a bit of a niggle.
Decided on a low intensity walk in the Ochils.
Weather back in Falkirk was thick mist, this cleared as you crossed the river Forth to blue skies.
Ochils were clear of clouds with a nippy South wind higher up.
Everything low lying to the north of the Ochils was covered in a thick mist, only the peaks were showing through.
Went for a wander across the tops, cracking day.

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