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Saturday, 9 November 2013

The 2013 Challenge, day 11: Cairn of Claise and Jock's Road (7)

The map shows the path giving out at about 940 metres elevation, just to the North West of Coire Loch Kander; but in fact on the ground it does no such thing. There are two Munros up here, so you can be certain that there will be a trodden path of sorts to each of them. In this case, however, there is more than that; because the vehicle track continues all the way to Cairn of Claise and beyond. In doing so it skirts the rim of Coire Loch Kander, which is a stunningly dramatic feature. I wish I could have managed to take a photograph which captured half its splendour; but alas, my landscape photography skills are limited, and this is the best I can offer.

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