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My Last Day in the Hills - Carn a' Chlamain

My Last Day in the Hills - Carn a' Chlamain


Postby Jokester » Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:11 am

Route description: Carn a'Chlamain

Munros included on this walk: Carn a'Chlamain

Date walked: 14/10/2018

Time taken: 7 hours

Distance: 26.03 km

Ascent: 942m

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This was my last day in the hills, 14th October 2018. Completely missed 2019 due to work, wrecking a foot doing the kilt walk, bad weather and other commitments. Now sat here looking forward to getting out again and doing more Munros once things open back up again and I've got plenty of free time on my hands.

Can't really remember much of this day, other than the weather was good, but chilly at the top and it was a lovely walk through the trees in the glen in autumnal colours.

ImageIMG_0611 by matthew_chalmers, on Flickr
Spot the red squirrel

ImageIMG_0617 by matthew_chalmers, on Flickr

ImageIMG_0615 by matthew_chalmers, on Flickr
Lovely colours

ImageIMG_0626 by matthew_chalmers, on Flickr
Summit in view

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Summit pic
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Re: My Last Day in the Hills - Carn a' Chlamain

Postby Phil the Hill » Thu Jul 02, 2020 12:56 pm

Hoping to do this one in October 2020 as my first day in the Scottish hills since the lockdown. Nice to see some autumn colours, as I normally go up to Scotland in spring or winter.
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