This Sunday’s walk is the ‘old favourite’ the Tarmachan Ridge.
Meall nan Tarmachan is one of the easier Munros to reach in good weather thanks to a high level start point, but it is really just the start of a rocky ridge traverse which is one of the most interesting in the Southern Highlands. There is a short, avoidable scramble on the descent from Meall Garbh.
The weather forecast is looking promising so the views could be good but as always remember this is Scotland.
Parking is at the Ben Lawers car park (parking charge). Lets meet there at at 9.30 for a 10.00 start.
The usual carshare thing.
The walk this Sunday (8th September) is Meall an Fhudair – a corbett between Tarbet on Loch Lomond and Crianlarich. Walkhighlands describes it as having a great feeling of wildness and solitude and some fine views.
I’ll not go into the flights of prose you normally get from Bill. He will not be there so you’ll have to put up with my much poorer note.
The parking is on the road verge north of Glen Falloch Farm on the A82. There seems to be only limited spaces so car sharing would be good. The walk starts on a track just opposite the farm.
If people can be there at 10.00am for 10.30am start. The walk is 15km and should take 5 to 6 hours.