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Cul Mor

Cul Mor


Postby Sam Northumberland » Thu Sep 03, 2020 9:15 am

Route description: Cùl Mòr

Corbetts included on this walk: Cùl Mòr

Date walked: 10/08/2020

Time taken: 4 hours

Distance: 14 km

Ascent: 811m

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A walk up Cul Mor taking in the full ridge returning between the the peaks to make something of a circular walk before linking back to the main path. Good conditions great views through the day. Path in excellent condition very little bog will let the photos say the rest.

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Heather on the approach
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Heading up the main path looking back
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Approaching the beginning of the assent of the ridge to the summit
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Looking back
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The summit cairn
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At the summit
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View of Suilven
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View of Stac Pollaidh
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Looking back towards the summit
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Stac Pollaidh zoomed
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View along the ridge
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View Along the ridge
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View Along the ridge
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Looking back at Cul Mor on the return
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Looking back at Cul Mor on the return
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Attachments
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View Along the ridge
Sam Northumberland
Munro compleatist
 
Posts: 7
Munros:2   Corbetts:7
Fionas:4   
Islands:2
Joined: Aug 22, 2019
Location: Northumberland

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