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Stob Dubh ( corbett )

Stob Dubh ( corbett )


Postby steviesea » Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:12 pm

Route description: Stob Dubh, Glen Etive

Corbetts included on this walk: Stob Dubh

Date walked: 12/06/2019

Distance: 11.89 km

Ascent: 1049m

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Straightforward following of the WH route. Really struggled with fatigue again :thumbdown: This carried on after getting home and was worsening which prompted me to see the quack. An under active thyroid was diagnosed as the culprit and after steadily increasing the dose until they were happy I now, (7 months later) seem to be feeling better.
As for the day it was ma real shame because it's a great hill in a great area and it was spoiled by feeling run down. It was also very windy which didn't help and actually blew me over near the summit and I gashed my leg open.
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steviesea
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