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A Crossing of Inverpolly - Cam Loch to the Sea

A Crossing of Inverpolly - Cam Loch to the Sea


by Mal Grey » Sun Mar 29, 2020 2:00 pm

Date walked: 29/03/2020

Distance: 32 km

Ascent: 300m

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Re: A Crossing of Inverpolly - Cam Loch to the Sea

Postby Tringa » Wed Apr 08, 2020 7:15 pm

Excellent account and photos, Mal. You had some superb weather; when did you do this trip?

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Re: A Crossing of Inverpolly - Cam Loch to the Sea

Postby Mal Grey » Wed Apr 08, 2020 7:53 pm

Tringa wrote:Excellent account and photos, Mal. You had some superb weather; when did you do this trip?

Dave


Thanks Dave. This was Easter, a year ago.

Had things gone to plan we'd be heading back up, to Loch Maree, tomorrow morning for the next adventure. Instead, we're having a Zoom chat (drinking session!) on a "Loch Maree Island" on Saturday night from our own homes.
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