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Geal charn mor

Geal charn mor


Postby Orosay » Tue Aug 11, 2020 8:11 pm

Route description: Geal-charn Mor, from Lynwilg

Corbetts included on this walk: Geal-charn Mor

Date walked: 09/08/2020

Time taken: 4 hours

Ascent: 600m

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After Beinn Eighe yesterday we wanted to rest the knees with a shorter walk. This one looked a bit tame but turned out to be really nice. Very hot day and after a pleasant stroll through some woods the path climbed quite steeply on to the moor
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Path up
Great views of the Cairngorms looking
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Cairngorms
back
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Cairn
There was a family having lunch, so we strolled out to the south, with great views down toward drumochter
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