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  • Writer's pictureDavid Buckett

Grey Corries Munros

Over the last 3 days i have been ticking off the 8 munros on the Grey Corries ridge and either side of Loch Treig.

We had good weather over the weekend and it felt like summer for a change. After a quick walk in to the bothy below Stob Ban we walked up onto the ridge which is made up of white/grey quartzite which gives the ridge its name. We made good progress along the ridge with a few other parties doing the same. After the out and back to the final munro of Sgurr Choinnich Mor it was a good grassy descent down to the forest and back to the cars. 10 hours in total.

On Sunday it was a shorter day covering the 2 munros on the west of Loch Treig. With a steep but simple walk up the ridge we quickly gained the 2 summits before we reversed our route back down again.

Today was the eastern 2 munros of Loch Treig. Very rough under foot and not much more than deer tracks to follow for the day. The cloud was very dense and navigation was tricky over the uniform grassy slopes.

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