Petestack Blog

28 September 2014


Filed under: Running — admin @ 11:02 pm

Took a trip to the Glen Feshie Munros on a so-so forecast today with them being the nearest I’d not done (had Carn Ban Mor from ML Assessment years ago, but the rest were ‘new’). And what a strange day it was, with a misjudged start (hindsight saying just take the road and track to the north of my lousy experimental line!) followed by much gently undulating traversing like wandering around in cloudy fields with a high-altitude bulldozer (marked by the flag on the map) providing the most interesting view, but a good finish when I got a hitch up the last wee bit of road after 23 miles on foot. Made a lengthy detour to pick up the insignificant nubble of Tom Dubh (memorably described by Irvine Butterfield as ‘the most meaningless 3000ft ‘top’ in all Britain’!), but Leth-chreag to the south will keep till I go back for my final Cairngorm Munros of Monadh Mor (to which it belongs) and Beinn Bhrotain.

Just 26 Munros, 12 Tops and 7 Deletions left to go out of c.600 peaks that have been in Munro’s Tables, with only 4, 1 and 2 of these respectively south of the Great Glen, so it’s really starting to feel like ‘endgame’ now :-)



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