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Meall nan Subh and the law won

Meall nan Subh and the law won

Postby Ian Bayne » Sun May 08, 2016 10:23 am

Corbetts included on this walk: Meall nan Subh

Date walked: 07/05/2016

Time taken: 4.15 hours

Distance: 11 km

Ascent: 683m

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Arrived at the carpark at 0715 booted and suited and off with the two dogs at 0730 carefull not to disturb the overnight kipper in the other car. A slight chill no wind MWIS ? . A nice walk up past the farm through a herd of cows who took a dislike to my red fleece . The potholed road being worked on but no workers got up to the lochan then followed the route as per WH . Over the 1st and the 2nd and the 3rd rise till the summit was in sight got there just after 0930
Icould just retrace and head down and be in the pub for 2pm seeing it was a nice day and Jake and Pip were enjoying what left of the snow so we had a wee dander around the tops The cairn on Sgaith Bhuidhe is better than some on the bigger hills . Got back to a full carpark at 1145hrs had a customary bud then headed home . Then the law gave me points outside Lochearnhead and the law won.
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Ian Bayne
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