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Has links to current GPS Munro and Top files
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"Munroing is an addictive devotional activity"
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Beinn a' Chroin seems to have moved - and now according to the OS. It was classified (on this website) as a moving Munro, but the current OS 1:25000 map shows a new highest point.
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Warning: New Munro, Section 2
The Meall Greigh, Meall Garbh, An Stuc, Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas circuit
What on the map looks a simple extension to add the 'new' Munro An Stuc is deceptive. Descend from Meall Garbh to the bealach below An Stuc. There is then a well defined path half left up An Stuc that suddenly becomes very steep and loose, and very exposed. There are several corries; it may be that the 'easy' one was filled with snow when we were there, but I am not convinced. Alternative routes from the bealach are (a) contour right to the NW ridge of An Stuc (I believe there is a path in summer, but it was a steep snow field in May) or (b) drop down to Lochan nan Cat, go SW and reascend to the bealach between An Stuc and Creag an Fhithich. Then continue the walk to Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas.
See Munro page a subsequent link to Munro GPS page and direct to page with data files
Munro routes: waypoints to guide you up (and down) Munros
(GPS is now free from deliberate error)
If you can help with Munro, Top, Corbett or Graham GPS data, or routes, click here
One benefit of this could be to help overcome magnetic anomalies, with sensible bearings even when walking ....
Altitude readings are not now random numbers
(revision in progress; apologies for any broken links)