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My First Munro

Last weekend after possibly imbibing to much whisky I agreed to go hill walking with friends , they are keen on this activity, it’s something I have never done before and never had the inclination to actually do, In the cold light of day I remembered the conversation but was hopeful they would forget, sadly I was mistaken!

So this morning off I went, heading for Meall Nan Tarmachan, which is one of Scotlands Munro’s, an explanation of what a Munro is can be found in the following link,

here is a link to a description of the route I took.

Well I did it, I bagged my first Munro, if it’s my last, well who knows, you’ll find out in the months to come. Mean time here’s some pics from today’s adventure.


The start of the climb



Me looking heroic atop the Munro :-)

Me looking heroic atop the Munro 🙂





The pics don't do the views justice

The pics don’t do the views justice

The scary bit, well it was if you're a wimp like me.

The scary bit, well it was if you’re a wimp like me.

The adventurers

The adventurers

Yep, we've walked all that way!

Yep, we’ve walked all that way!




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8 thoughts on “My First Munro

  1. Andy Brown on said:

    Well done Adrian! I have done 36 Munros now and this was also my first one and it’s still one of my fave walks. Nice easy one to start with! Glad you enjoyed and had good weather. Excellent pics too! 🙂

  2. love the views from the valley best but unlike you I’m a wimp for heights, especially these days. Wishing you more Munros

  3. Neil Harper on said:

    Fantastic Adrian, see you atop the next one.

  4. Beautiful shots. I am a victim of a very poor head for heights these days so I was pleased to be able to do this walk by proxy.

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