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Seana Bhraigh and Parking update

Seana Bhraigh and Parking update


Postby Mountainsolutions » Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:50 am

Munros included on this walk: Seana Bhraigh

Date walked: 05/09/2020

Time taken: 7 hours

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Seana Bhraigh form the Oykell bridge approach gives great views.

Parking is no longer permitted at Corrie Mulzie Lodge but is available in a large parking area created by the estate at the School house bothy/Duag bridge NH 340 975. The road to here was fine for a regular car.

Using MTB we cycled up past Corrie Mulzie Lodge to where the ridge comes down from Seana Bhraigh and the track makes a final river crossing to Coiremor bothy. Another track leads SW up hill and then becomes a well defined Argo track leading up to a flat plateau at 620m from there we struck up hill to the loch an on the ridge at 760m and hence to the summit.
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