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Saturday, 27 August 2016

The 2016 Challenge, day 3: Tyndrum to Dalmally (9)

The path leads you along the bank of the River Locky to a point opposite the confluence with the Eas Daimh (pictured). You then have to ford the river, and duck under the railway line sharing the bridge with the Eas Daimh. The river was low, and a dry-shod crossing making use of the many available stepping stones presented me with no problems.

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