an incredible day. It started off with clear blue skies on a
freezing morning, and then the clouds drifted in. The clouds
enhanced the total alpine experience,
as at about 800m we came through to some of the best veiws I've
gone a bit crazy for the photos on this one but the scenery
really does deserve it... and they're definitely worth the download
time. (For those people I met up there, I'd be quite happy to
email you the photos at best quality.) The day before we were
debating whether it was really worth the trip up to Crianlarich
and once my slothly in-laws saw the photos they were gutted
they had voted for an extra couple of hours in bed. Bottom line
is... you've got to go when it looks good, as it might just
turn out to be immense.
in the layby on the A82, 3 miles north of Crianlarich, at
the roadside follow the road over the bridge to Kirkton Farm,
then follow the path past St Fillans Priory and cross the
railway lines at the crossing point.
across the railway head NE up the gentle slopes of hill. There
is no distinct path, there is however a clear line of fence
posts that will help keep you on track.
continue over a flattened area before pushing up the south
summit (GR387316), from this point head 800m North to get
to the summit (1025m, GR387323).
route back to the car is simply the reverse of the way up.
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