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richardh1905

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Re: TR - Mullach Clach a Bhlair and Glen Feshie (Cairngorms)
« Reply #15 on: 23:57:41, 05/07/18 »
I've noticed a mistake; it is Ruigh Aiteachain bothy, not Ruidh.

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Re: TR - Mullach Clach a Bhlair and Glen Feshie (Cairngorms)
« Reply #16 on: 08:57:42, 06/07/18 »
I've noticed a mistake; it is Ruigh Aiteachain bothy, not Ruidh.

 :) I don't think anyone noticed.
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Re: TR - Mullach Clach a Bhlair and Glen Feshie (Cairngorms)
« Reply #17 on: 10:33:27, 06/07/18 »
:) I don't think anyone noticed.


Probably not, but I did, and I just hate to spell place names incorrectly :)
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Re: TR - Mullach Clach a Bhlair and Glen Feshie (Cairngorms)
« Reply #18 on: 08:10:16, 03/09/18 »

I know that I am reviving a long dead thread, but I just had to post this link to a series of remarkable photos of Glen Feshie.


http://cairngorms.wildland.org/


Wildland Ltd manage the Glen Feshie and several other estates in Scotland on behalf of Danish tycoon Anders Holch Povlsen; who is Scotland's second largest private landowner. Whatever you think about one individual owning so much wild land, his heart is certainly in the right place regarding conservation.
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vizzavona

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Re: TR - Mullach Clach a Bhlair and Glen Feshie (Cairngorms)
« Reply #19 on: 09:26:02, 03/09/18 »
Hello,
Some fine images of the Glen a glen that I know well....I walk or cycle in there at least once each week.
Surprised that there isn't an image of one of the outstanding features in the glen...that of the interlocking spurs that lead you into the fine vast upper Coire of Garbhlach.
The Estate folks seem to be open to contact from the public. I recently asked about the data collecting units that I came across on Druim nam Bo....no problem and got some links with the Universities collecting the data.