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Sgorr Ruadh

Sgorr Ruadh


Postby tnt_Brian » Tue Jun 12, 2012 7:42 pm

Route description: Sgòrr Ruadh, Achnashellach

Munros included on this walk: Sgòrr Ruadh

Date walked: 03/06/2012

Time taken: 6 hours

Distance: 11 km

Ascent: 930m

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Climbed this one with my friend Neil on a nice Sunday morning. Left the car at 7.30am and set off up the now familiar track through the forestry. The going was very good as there had been no rain for weeks. Decided to do a round trip so went all the way up Coire Lair to climb the hill from the north side. This proved a good choice as we had the wind behind us the whole way.

Other detailed reports of the walk are already here on the site, I am merely providing some photos and a record of our day. There was a good warmth in the sun but once on the summit, the wind chill made it feel just about freezing point. The descent down the south side to join the bealach between Sgorr Ruadh and Fuar Tholl was easy going and we got back to the car at 1.20pm
Attachments
ridge walk.jpg
a look along the final section of ridge and the climb to the summit
Maoll Ceann Dearg and Ruadh Stac.jpg
panorama looking west
Coire Lair.jpg
Coire Lair from near the summit
tnt_Brian
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