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Didn't see a soul all day.....

Didn't see a soul all day.....

by PeteR » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:14 am

Route description: Beinn Fhada (or Ben Attow)

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Fhada

Date walked: 18/03/2012

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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby PeteR » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:08 am

pollyh33 wrote:Another cracking report PeteR !!

Loved it :clap: :clap:

Cheers polly :D Hope you enjoy the Kintail meet and have weather at least as good as I had :D It's a great area :D
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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby mrssanta » Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:16 pm

PeteR wrote:
mrssanta wrote:could you do us a lovely map of the route you took? Please? :roll:

Just for you mrssanta, it's been added to the report :D

Thank you I am touched by your kindness.
I like to open the map in one tab and read the report in another and follow it on the map.
Know what you mean about the butterflies starting about Loch Lomond. Just 6 weeks till we go to Skye!!! can't wait
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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby dogplodder » Fri Mar 23, 2012 9:57 am

Wonderful views, beautifully captured! :thumbup:

You're right, it's a stunning part of the country - the world even - and we're so privileged to live near enough to walk there. :D
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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby doogz » Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:31 pm

Nice indeed

Soulminer did indeed do this for his 200th and our day was summed up by his summit glare out at everything

From way back then ......soulminer(Dave)


Lucky your camera got you so far round eh :lol:

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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby yokehead » Wed Mar 28, 2012 7:19 pm

So good to see this superb report :D - missed it before, I was on the AE that day! I too had Fhada to myself when I was there on a day of immaculate conditions last year.

This great mountain doesn't seem to be visited as much as perhaps expected given its marvellous qualities. Perhaps we should keep the secret, shhhhhh! :) I'm still trying to decide if that was my best ever day on the hill. Certainly my best outing for photos, with this my outright favourite to date

Good to see you took a non-standard route back down, a chance to see a little-visited area of the mountain and explore a bit. I went west and along the Sgurr a Choire Ghairbh ridge and can highly recommend it.

I hope some of the crew get up this mountain on the coming weekend jaunt. Of course, being a WH meet that'll mean you'll see nothing since it will be p*****g down! :lol: Only joking, hope you get great weather and wish I could be there. But some of you guys please get up this mountain and let's see some more photos!
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Re: Didn't see a soul all day.....

Postby Collaciotach » Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:57 pm

Grand report pete and grand pictures :D
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