We had a rest yesterday, having compleated round 2 the day before... so decided to top up our Munro count for the year These 4 takes us to 100 for 2017 Since we're 'banking' for round 3, but only the hills that we've both done 3 times, we were starting this round on 15 done already before this walk
This time we went for a reverse loop, going anti-clockwise with Geal Charn first. My GPS tracking hadn't started, so only switched this on part way up first climb when I realised We parked in the big truck-top across the A9, and started with most of the road walk. Sunshine and views to start, then clagged in for the final summit before it turned freezing then finished with a short road walk back.
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