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West Amulree

West Amulree


Postby Mrs Scoob » Thu Jun 25, 2020 10:25 pm

Date walked: 24/06/2020

Time taken: 3.25 hours

Distance: 11 km

Ascent: 558m

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Back to where we'd been just a couple of days earlier; this time starting further up the road to pick up 3 'summits' (ticks on hill-bagging) next to our last hills. Brighter today though! 8) And with another shorter walk, we still had time to carry on working on the van renovation :D


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As we climbed up the good track, Crom Chreag (the last hill we'd climbed) was on our left
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Nearing the end of the track, we peeled off to the left first to make for a clockwise loop
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Geal Charn summit view
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We skirted under the middle top on the way out
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Looking to our last summit from Creag Grianain
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View to Loch Freuchie
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Meall Mor summit view
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Heading back towards the good track
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Our stats; impressed with how close the recordings are today!
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