Creag Meagaidh

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Mountain Walks
Jun 13

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13 miles/ 21km with 1080m of ascent

Creag Meagaidh (pronounced Craig Meggy) is a reclusive giant of a mountain with the best view being that of the eastern cliffs over Coire Ardair, these being popular with winter climbers for their many and varied routes. Not that we are taking any rope though....

Our route starts at the car park adjacent to the A86 and follows a well made path through some regenerating native birchwoods and climbs gently to Lochan a' Choire, where we can admire the massive rock face of the mountain ahead of us before heading up to The Window. From here it's a short climb onto the plateau of the mountain and a walk to the summit. The plan if the weather permits is to return to The Window and then make for the ridge that runs to the north of the path we walked into the mountain. Along this wide ridge is two more munros - Carn Liath and Stob Poite Coire Ardair - before returning to the car park.

This event is one that is celebrating the broadcast 30 years ago of 'The Munro Show'.  This STV programme was broadcast in 1991/92 with Muriel Gray at its helm, which was a series that was involved in bringing mountaineering and munro bagging into the mainstream. Creag Meagaidh is one of a handful of the 22 mountains covered that can be found on YouTube - - alternatively you can ask the leader to borrow his DVD!

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