Weather was decent as we set off from the lay by. Decent walk in up the track and then over the bridge to begin the slog up a very boggy path. Around halfway up there is a path which skirts round to the right and is better going. Takes you to the same place eventually but only found this out coming back. Near the top the weather really turned. Pouring with rain, in the clag and high wind. Not pleasant. Reached the summit and promptly about turned. No point in slogging to the next munro as there was no view and the weather was making it a rather unpleasant day out.
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