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Am Faochagach.. The large round lump?

Am Faochagach.. The large round lump?


Postby Coutts94 » Mon Jul 27, 2020 9:24 pm

Route description: Am Faochagach

Munros included on this walk: Am Faochagach

Date walked: 20/07/2020

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 13 km

Ascent: 700m

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Hi All!

I finally got round to climbing Am Faochagach, saved this one for a rainy day.



The river crossing wasn't too bad, as there hadn't been too much rain beforehand, but still a pain. I eventually went to the outflow at the top loch and crossed barefoot there as there was less rocks. (excuse my feet in the video :lol: ) The climb up to Am Faochagach was pretty easy but the views across to Beinn Dearg were stunning, I didnt have a lot of hopes for this munro from what I read on here.. but i still enjoyed it!

Took me around 6 hours to do it, but i was stopping ever 5 minutes to take videos :lol: atleast i had the spare time to do it i suppose. Sorry for lack of pictures but i only took videos, hope you enjoy anyway :D
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