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Creag Mhor & Beinn Heasgarnich: tough terrain in a hot day

Creag Mhor & Beinn Heasgarnich: tough terrain in a hot day


Postby Petr Dakota » Sat Aug 10, 2019 8:24 pm

Route description: Creag Mhòr and Beinn Heasgarnich

Munros included on this walk: Beinn Heasgarnich, Creag Mhòr (Glen Lochay)

Date walked: 14/07/2019

Time taken: 8.4 hours

Distance: 26.2 km

Ascent: 1370m

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Petr Dakota
Mountain Walker
 
Posts: 1262
Munros:247   Corbetts:28
Grahams:8   Donalds:4
Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:17
Wainwrights:10   Islands:1
Joined: Sep 3, 2014
Location: North Lanarkshire

Re: Creag Mhor & Beinn Heasgarnich: tough terrain in a hot d

Postby R1ggered » Sun Aug 11, 2019 2:19 pm

Great stuff again Petr.
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Re: Creag Mhor & Beinn Heasgarnich: tough terrain in a hot d

Postby Petr Dakota » Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:30 pm

R1ggered wrote:Great stuff again Petr.

Thank you :)
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Petr Dakota
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Posts: 1262
Munros:247   Corbetts:28
Grahams:8   Donalds:4
Sub 2000:3   Hewitts:17
Wainwrights:10   Islands:1
Joined: Sep 3, 2014
Location: North Lanarkshire

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