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Day 112: Munros 44 & 45: 6 Nov 2020

Nicks Munro Challenge: 282 Munros in 1200 days at age 80

44: Beinn a Chaorainn 1050m
45: Beinn Tealloch 915m

Walkhighlands has good information here about these hills:

Beinn a Chaorainn: is a straightforward north-south ridge of three summits, rising above the forestry to the north of Loch Laggan. Its eastern flanks are carved into steep corries but the slopes to the west are more featureless.

Beinn Tealloch:  was once the highest of the Corbetts before being promoted be one of the smallest Munros. It has steep ground on its eastern side but lacks any real distinction.

Total Climb today: 1965m
Total Climbed so far: 44811m

Many thanks to all who have made donations.
As a result of meeting these people on the hills and my family successfully putting me on Instagram the total raised so far is going up nicely. Donations have taken a big leap since featuring in The Sunday Post & LadBible.

My grandchildren have coined the phrase #bemorenick which is bringing some amusement.

Total raised so far: £9859 (not including Gift Aid)

You can donate here: Nicks Munro Challenge

If your interested in Munros Walkhighlands have a comprehensive list here: Walkhighlands: The Munros

Read the rest of my Journey here: Nicks Munro Challenge Blog or check out my new Facebook page

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