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Fuar Tholl.

Fuar Tholl.

Postby gaffr » Sat Aug 03, 2013 3:20 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: Fuar Tholl

Date walked: 15/10/2006

Distance: 14 km

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A fine hill in some grand terrain and I was fortunate to be out in some fine weather.
1Fuar Tholl from near Achnashellach station (2) (640x451).jpg
Fuar Tholl from near to Achnashellach station.
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The hole in the fence.
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Approaching the area where a left turn is made to reach the path between Fuar Tholl and Sgorr Ruadh.
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Looking up towards to where the path divides for Coire Lair and I guess for reaching Lochs Coulin and Clair....this is beyond the point where we cross the burn for our route.

All a bit new to me in this area since my own approaches to Sgorr Ruadh, Beinn Liath Mhor and the two Corbetts out northwards to Glen Torridon were made from the Glen via the Ling Cottage.
3An Ruadh-stac and Maol Chean-dearg from Fuar Tholl Sgorr Ruadh Col. (640x479).jpg
The area where a left turn can be made to get around the tops of the crags and then on to Fuar Tholl....An Ruadh-stac and Maol Chean-dearg can be seen from here.
4Summit of Fuar Tholl (2) (640x468).jpg
The furniture at the top of Fuar Tholl...a grand viewing platform.

Descent was south eastwards down some rocky slopes to reach the rail track which provided a handrail into the station.

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Re: Fuar Tholl.

Postby andyroog » Sat Aug 03, 2013 3:48 pm

Cracking views and nice pics ain't it great when you can see the other mountains brilliant.I was out 10 days later and got bad views(diary event) never seen hole in fence like that before? Welldone
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Re: Fuar Tholl.

Postby Silverhill » Sat Aug 03, 2013 5:01 pm

Those pics are giving me itchy feet! I'm already looking forward to walking there when my bagging addiction takes me to that area in a few years time. Stunning! :D
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