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eamonoc: Track 4894 in area near Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay (Britain)
A tough duo in Glen Lochay
Length: 28.2km, Creator time taken: 7h48m, Ascent: 1762m,
Descent: 1710m

Places: Start at NN4765336832, Beinn Heasgarnich [Beinn Sheasgarnaich], Stob an Fhir-Bhogha, Creag Mhor, Sron nan Eun, end at Start
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A fitting end to a great weather week in Scotland, had been thinking about these two Munros for quite sometime, decided to have a go at them, past times was not blessed with decent weather when hereabouts, started at small carpark just before Kenknock farm followed decent road uphill past the farm to a height of approx 500m, then headed across some difficult complex terrain in the direction of Beinn Heasgarnich, eventually reaching the top at 1076m and feeling tired after a hard week, great views were to be had in all directions, next headed for Stob an Fhir-Bhoga which led to the steep route down to the boggy Bealach na Baintighearna, glad of the recent dry weather, this place has a reputation of being very wet and difficult in bad weather, there now followed a steep climb up to Creag Mhor`s stoney summit 1048m again outstanding views here, could see all the 8.5km walk out facing us along Glen Lochay to the starting point, arrived back at car well and truly shattered after a gruelling 5 days that included visiting 12 Munros, appprox 10,000mts of ascent over a distance of 113km. Heading off Greag Mhor to Glen LochayCreag Mhor from Beinn Heasgarnich

Uploaded on: Tue, 13 Jun 2023 (09:03:54)
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