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Beinn a Chlachair 1087

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Beinn a Chlachair 1087

Panoramic view from the summit of the munro Beinn a Chlachair near loch Laggan in Lochaber. August 2010. Parked car at layby on A86 just along from Moy 0900. Crossed bridge over river Spean and continued along track to Lochan Na Hearba. Followed stalkers path up to bealeach (1105) and climbed south ridge over top at 977m. Continued along ridge to reach stony summit and large cairn (1205).Returned to bealeach (1305) to continue on to Geal Charn and Creag Pitridh.
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Stob Binnien and Ben More forget the bealach

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Stob Binnien and Ben More forget the bealach

Stob Binnien and Ben More forget the bealach. We chose to bypass the bealach, and as we were feeling fit, chose to go straight up.
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The Munro Show - Ben Nevis (NOT The Tourist Route) - 4409 feet (1344m) - Lochaber (Fort William)

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The Munro Show - Ben Nevis (NOT The Tourist Route) - 4409 feet (1344m) - Lochaber (Fort William)

Ben Nevis (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn Nibheis, pronounced [peˈɲivəʃ]) is the highest mountain in the British Isles. It is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of Scotland, close to the town of Fort William. As is common for many Scottish mountains, it is known both to locals and visitors as, simply, The Ben.[1][2] It attracts an estimated 100000 ascents a year,[3] around three-quarters of which[4] are made using the well-constructed Pony Track from Glen Nevis on the south side of the mountain. For climbers and mountaineers the main attraction lies in the 700-metre (2300 ft) high cliffs of the north face; among the highest cliffs in the United Kingdom, they harbour some classic scrambles and rock climbs of all difficulties, and are one of the principal locations in the UK for ice climbing. The summit, at 1344 metres (4409 ft) above sea level, features the ruins of an observatory, which was permanently staffed between 1883 and 1904. The meteorological data collected during this period are still important for understanding Scottish mountain weather. CTR Wilson was inspired to invent the cloud chamber after a period spent working at the observatory. en.wikipedia.org
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Stob Binnein

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Stob Binnein

Hill walking in Scotland.
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