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Anr enforced audio change: After Sgurr a'Mhaoraich we continued along to Kinlochhourn for our rendezvous with the Arnisdale ferryman who took us and our packs along to the boathouse at Barisdale Bay from where its a relatively short walk towards the Barisdale Hilton. Soundtrack is (1) Capercaillie . . . (2) Royal Scots Dragoon Guards 'Last of the Mohicans'. This is the ascent of Luinne Bheinn within 'Garbh Crioch' the "Rough Bounds". . . . [June 2008]. Located north of Loch Nevis in the heart of Knoydart, Lochaber district, Highland Council area, Luinne Bheinn rises to a height of 939m (3081 feet) and consists of a narrow ridge running west from Mam Unndalain, with north and southern sides which are particularly steep. The true summit is the western top, marked by a small cairn. The name "Luinne Bheinn" originates from Gaelic and means "hill of anger". Lying to the east of Mallaig, Loch Nevis is a sea loch which extends westwards from Camusrory and opens out into the Sound of Sleat, opposite the island of Skye. Accessible only by boat or on foot, a passenger ferry runs from Mallaig, calling at the hamlets of Inverie and Tarbet. This however was our ascent of Luinne Bheinn via Barrisdale. This mountain along with Meall Buidhe (see other video) dominates the central part of the mountainous remote Knoydart peninsula. We had intended doing Luinne Bheinn on our last occasion here but strong winds and bad weather made our decision for us as its a complicated navigation exercise <b>...</b>

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