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Killilan me softly

Killilan me softly

Postby Mrs Scoob » Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:49 pm

Munros included on this walk: An Socach (Mullardoch)

Grahams included on this walk: Carn na Breabaig

Date walked: 27/08/2017

Time taken: 9.1 hours

Distance: 42.1 km

Ascent: 1871m

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Day 2 of our long weekend in Kintail, having just done a big route yesterday... cycled 12km from Killilan to Iron Lodge - very picturesque :D Set off on the track up the Graham then peeled off to make a straighter line for the summit. Started to clag over as we headed for An Socach - the last of the Mullardoch hills (we'd missed this one a few months back, going for the range from Strathfarrar side but racing against the locking gate!). Steep climb up and a long way back to the bikes - cycled out in the rain :roll: Stormy night followed so lack of sleep + tired legs meant we had a day off on Monday instead of climbing the last of the Cluanie munros... just means we'll be back in this area sooner :lol:
cycle in - good track!
Iron Lodge with the Graham behind
idyllic setting for the Lodge
Breabaig summit
An Socach summit
heading for the track back to the bikes

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