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Yes - definitely: alpine hiker, Helvellyn40, TrotOn
Yes - maybe: Stephen, going4gold, lizzied, Just Bea
Sorry - can't come: Happiest in the hills, Mountain_Mouse

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lizzied   on 05/08/17 @ 21:44 said:

Coincidentally, I'm spending a week doing ridges and scrambles in Glen Coe with HF, starting on Saturday 16th, so I could travel up a day early and join you on the Friday. Please let me know your plans for the day and I hope it will all tie in! I'd also need to book accommodation for the Thursday and Friday nights.

TrotOn   on 05/08/17 @ 21:46 said:

lizzied: Will do. I think Helvellyn40 has something in mind for the Friday.

Helvellyn40   on 06/08/17 @ 9:07 said:

TrotOn: Yes there is a Munro,Beinn na Lap that i would like to do,this is an easy day from Corrour Station the most remote maim line station in the UK,will have to look into train times.

TrotOn   on 06/08/17 @ 9:41 said:

Helvellyn40: Great. Are you going to check if Jen1613 is wanting to do this one as she is not there Friday.If so, we had better save it for another day.

Happiest in the hills   on 06/08/17 @ 18:05 said:

No specific agenda - just happy to have good company on big hills!

Helvellyn40   on 08/08/17 @ 18:56 said:

TrotOn: Another thought is that we could do The Ben on Friday,wont be as busy as the weekend.
We can have a chat about it this weekend with yourself and Al.
I did look into train times for the walk from Corrour and it's 7.44 from Fort William,an early start.

TrotOn   on 08/08/17 @ 20:39 said:

Helvellyn40: Would you include Jen1613 in your planning, as she is missing on the Friday. She may want to do Ben Nevis.
I sent a text a couple of days back...will check it went to you!
Enjoy the August weather

Helvellyn40   on 08/08/17 @ 21:25 said:

TrotOn: I forgot that Jen wasn't there on Friday,so we need to ask her if she wants to do The Ben.
Haven't received your text.

Dale   on 09/08/17 @ 8:16 said:

Would have joined you but abroad with the family

M3   on 11/08/17 @ 13:01 said:

Trot On: Hi, probably I won't be able to stretch that far, but it does sound amazing, September typically looks like a settled, good month for there (so I've just read). Just out of curiosity where do people tend to stay? and do people drive or fly? Many thanks.

TrotOn   on 11/08/17 @ 15:17 said:

M3: There is plenty of accommodation around Kinlochleven, ranging throughout the levels of comfort. We have hired a cottage and our group will drive. Flying to Inverness? may be an option and possibly car hire. I like the long car journey and make it part of my holiday. Best Wishes

M3   on 11/08/17 @ 15:29 said:

TrotOn: Thank you for that I will think about it a while. I imagine it's stunning and a bit of a challenge, Autumn colours-fab. Have a good time in the Lakes.

going4gold   on 24/08/17 @ 18:41 said:

Looks like I am free and would love to do this
Maybe H40 and I could car share

TrotOn   on 28/08/17 @ 20:38 said:

going4gold: Cheers Mary. I am driving Paul from the station up to Glen Coe. If you contact Paul if you are coming up?

Shorty   on 30/08/17 @ 21:59 said:

TrotOn: I am planning to be with family in the highlands the following weekend with boats, bike, bivvy and barbie, and wondered about coming up a week early to join you for one or two easier walks. What do you recommend for these novice old knees? Steer clear or give it a go?

TrotOn   on 30/08/17 @ 22:35 said:

Shorty: good to hear from you after Ambleside.
I am leaving the posting of walks to my fellow OD'ers when we are in Scotland. Helvellyn40 has posted a Friday walk and we intend to do Ben Nevis. I hope the posted walks are suitable for your knees.
Best Wishes

Happy on the hills   on 02/09/17 @ 8:49 said:

Hi TrotOn - long time no see! Now I'm living up here in the Highlands, I'm close by, Would be great to join you all on one of your walks, will keep an eye out for postings. In terms of travel - flying to Inverness and a hire car or train (split the tickets into two legs) are reasonable out of season.

TrotOn   on 02/09/17 @ 9:33 said:

Happy on the hills: Clea, good to hear from you. Bea did say you were way over the border. It would be good to see you joining the walking.

Helvellyn40   on 03/09/17 @ 11:27 said:

Shorty: The walk i have posted for Friday is an easy walk that you should be fine with.

Stephen   on 04/09/17 @ 10:00 said:

If you do Ben Nevis on Saturday/Sunday which route are you contemplating: the CMD ar?te, or Paul has mentioned the Ledge route in the past?

Stephen   on 04/09/17 @ 10:01 said:


Stephen   on 04/09/17 @ 10:02 said:

Interesting, the spellchecker puts a circumflex on the e and then can't store it.

Helvellyn40   on 05/09/17 @ 7:31 said:

Stephen: I suggested to David that we set off up the tourist path,as he wants to do Ben Nevis, but not the arete. The rest of us could then continue to Carn Mor Dearg,i thought we could then walk back to the north face car park to save the steep descent to the Alt a Mhuilinn,this would mean leaving a car there.

Stephen   on 06/09/17 @ 15:51 said:

Thanks Paul, if you do Ben Nevis on Saturday, any idea as to what walk you are doing on the Sunday?

Helvellyn40   on 06/09/17 @ 19:00 said:

Stephen: Al had come with the idea of doing Binnein Mor and Na Gruagaichean,which i suggested he posts,but with the thought of doing Ben Nevis on the day with the best conditions.
Also it looks like the summit of Ben Nevis may get it's first covering of snow of the winter this coming winter.

Maz   on 12/09/17 @ 19:03 said:

Hope you all have a great time. This munro bagger hopes to join you next time.

M3   on 12/09/17 @ 19:39 said:

Yes do have a fantastic time. For now I must just aspire to walking the Ben, hopefully via the CMD ar?te one long summer day, with or without the circumflex. Have fun.

TrotOn   on 13/09/17 @ 15:51 said:

Maz: You are most welcome after your cheek at Ambleside.

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