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Reamhar in the rain

Reamhar in the rain


Postby Mrs Scoob » Mon Jun 22, 2020 8:56 pm

Date walked: 22/06/2020

Time taken: 2.6 hours

Distance: 8.15 km

Ascent: 539m

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Another week off for me, while Scoob's still on furlough... so we figured we'd try to get this short walk in before the forecast rain arrived :) Instead, this was a test for our new water-resistant wind jackets :roll: :lol:


22Jun20 Meall Reamhar_Crom Chreag.gpx Open full screen  NB: Walkhighlands is not responsible for the accuracy of gpx files in users posts


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Looking back - started with a short road walk then followed this track most of the way up
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View down Sma' Glen
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Meall Reamhar - we reached the cairn first but came over to the trig too (cairn's definitely higher, up on the right)
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We followed the shoulder around, passing lots of wild strawberry plants (didn't notice any fruit)
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Crossing Am Bodach with Loch Freuchie in the distance; the rain was on to stay by now
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Crom Chreag summit
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Heading in to the driving rain now, looping back down to the car (jackets held up fairly well although we both had a damp belly!)
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Our stats; I'm recording the average for our ascents this time (they've been fairly close recently too)
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