Walking the Munro Stob na Broige, Glencoe

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6 Responses

  1. Colin Cadden says:

    “More than 100”? Why be so coy? I bet you’ve got them all ticked off on a list somewhere 🙂

    I did most of mine in a rash of expeditions, had a break for fatherhood and then finished most of the rest over a 4-5 year period. It was then a long delay until I finally “Compleated”. A great sense of achievement.

  2. Fiona says:

    Ha, ha! No seriously it is just over 100 but I don’t know how many. I am not good at keeping track. I think my partner, the G-Force, will know better. He compleated more than a year ago and is already well into his second round and probably catching me up! I just like the idea of walking somewhere new each time, and Munro bagging does that perfectly. Are you doing a 2nd round?

  3. Colin Cadden says:

    Does the second round only start when the first has finished? If not, I must already be nearing 100 again. No intention of compleating again though – just picking and choosing and often helping others get there.

  4. Fiona says:

    I believe you can bag Munros for your 2nd round as you do your first. I think you can!

  5. Ruaridh says:

    Aye no a bad choice as it’s often ignored when people only see the Buachille (Stob Dearg) I’ve often ran between Stob Dearg & Stob Na Broige. But for me neerday had to be a toaty hill in comparison. Meikle Bin, dump the bike and run the last section, short and sweet, then home
    for that well deserved dram.

  6. Fiona says:

    That sounds like a tough enough outing in itself!

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