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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:13 pm 
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Location: In the foothills of the foothills of The Cairngorm Massif :D
Gmac........

Here - not a great scan but you get the idea.........route 293

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I think the floaty boaty idea is a better option in this instance Graham. Maybe :twisted:

The Druim Hain ridge part is safe enough and doable.

The loop of Loch Coruisk itself would also be a very attractive trip as part of the whole venture IMHO

In fact I'd be tempted to take fishing gear, tents and all (or try get into Coruisk Hut) and make a week of it :D


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Mr Panda wrote:
In fact I'd be tempted to take fishing gear, tents and all (or try get into Coruisk Hut) and make a week of it :D



That sounds ideal :D


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thanks Mr P, confirmed my suspicions on that one. the boat's a pretty good idea, adds another element :D
I've been looking for my pictures from the coire ghunndra & bealach a garbh coire, definitely got pic's from two previous visits by canny find them :evil: :oops:

found pics from the paths to coire lagan, coire ghreadaich & coire creiche, all would be enjoyable up and downs. the path is pretty hard, with the standard water bars


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December offer from No Fuss

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£240 :shock: Thats a joke isnt it ?


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£240 :shock: Thats a joke isnt it ?


Why?


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Mr Panda wrote:
In fact I'd be tempted to take fishing gear, tents and all (or try get into Coruisk Hut) and make a week of it :D


meant to add, plenty of pollock off the headlands, mackerel in summer...

coruisk is dead, or so I read in a book, having been there twice, it looks the kinda place that should have some brownies and perhap char, but I've never seen a fish rise.

small brownies in glenbrittle river, also a sea trout and salmon run when in spate, it's pretty shallow without rain.

there's plenty of places to catch natural brownies on the island and few prolific salmon spots. however the brownies are small, but very small 4-6 inches with 8inches being pretty exceptational


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Hi guys
I'm back!
I got back from Germany late last week after 8 days on the go, visiting freinds, collegues and generally having a holiday with the family. Brilliant, just what I needed.
To make it even better I had a call mid trip to offer me a job, which I of course accepted and started on Monday :D
What a difference 10 days makes :wink:

Jamie :D


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Nice one Jamie :D


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top work Jamie- now you can afford to throw another shrimp on the barbie this xmas! (sorry could not resist :oops: )


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