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    Ben Maccudi Big Walk 1

    Walking route mapped by  Samuel Hawkins Photo
    2 years ago

    Starts near Aviemore, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    ROUTE METRICS
    22.500 miles
    DISTANCE
     
    7726 ft | 7719 ft 
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    Off-Road
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    About

    A big beautiful walk measuring 22 miles from Scotlands Corngomes near Glencow. The walk starts at a car park just south of Glencow and goes up 5 mountains. The 5 mountains are the 2nd to 6th highest Scotish mountains and includes Ben Maccudi, the highest in the walk and the 2nd highest in Scotland, it is 1309m or 4295ft.The walk will give you beautiful views through most the walk in good weather. The walk will be hard if you are not an experienced mountain climber. Every mountain reches over 4000ft.


    Sorry for spelling mistakes!!!!!!

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    Please be careful to observe all signs for rights of way when following other people's routes, as we cannot guarantee that they do not cross private or hazardous land.

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