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Cairngorm Mountain and the North Corries

Started by Iceman, Monday,June 03, 2013, 15:01:38

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 Preparation for this trip Nil!   TBS Discovery powered by Nano-Tech, Pilot powered by 2 slices of toast and a cup of coffee.
:smiley:  Cairngorm, including the funicular railway, near death experience with a ski lift, Ptarmigan Restaurant (highest in the UK) Munro bagging Summit visit, a peak over to the Southern Munro';s, The North Corries with some close up views of some of the famed Ice & Rock climbs, Magic Crack, Pygmy Ridge and Alladin';s Buttress I kid you not!, and to prove the cold hadn';t totally shriveled the danglies under my kilt, the plunge down Coire an t-Sneachda to finish.

what a day..knackered..


nice one mate !  .... i take it you do a bit of hill walking ?



Another great video Ice..

Looked a bit windy up top
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Thanks guys, Fazerboy not really although I would like to do some, just dont have the time really. Cairngorm was ad-hoc...mmm,  lets go up to the carpark for a nosey!

Suppose we  better let pooch have a little walkie..quite a few hours later and we all know what happened. I actually walked it in the reverse order of the Video edit.

Jumpy07, was good weather for the height, variable winds depending on the cloud/weather fronts. From 5 -15mph mostly

BTW you can only take the Funicular Railway to the Restaurant. Your not allowed to walk from there unless in a guided tour. So its a boots on job