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A stiff hike to the summit of Meall a Bhuachaille.
Walking boots and sensible clothing are vital for this ascent.
A small tupperware tub containing log book, pencils and some trade items.
Meall a Bhuachaille ("Shepherd's Hill") rises to an altitude of 810m (2657 feet) to the North of Glenmore Forest Park.
Start by walking up to the visitor centre and then skirting round the left side of the building. From here a path climbs steeply uphill signed with a blue and orange marker post. The path goes uphill through pine woods and then comes to a noticeboard at a junction where you turn left. Through experience we have found this route to the summit to be easier than turning right.
Once at the summit, you can either come back the way you climbed or follow the trail down towards Ryvoan and back to the visitor centre for a circular route of about 8 miles.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum