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SUW Balmurrie Farm to Glenruther Lodge 12/04/2014
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Photographs by Peter Bartos.
Bleak moors at the start, no discernible path in places
Moira shows how to disinfect the boots before entering the forest
First fallen trees were easy to pass through
In other places passage was almost impossible
Ground was soft and the moss was deep
The Beehive bothy as Laggangarn was found
and facilities inspected
Hard beds and no hot showers!
The Laggangarn standing stones were still standing
The Craig-Dhu carn looked very large from a distance
but it was much smaller when close up
Sun shone, we were warm and feeling much better
We aimed for the next hill
A fast climb up the Craig Airie Fell
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