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Gerard Horstman
Absolute beginner from the lowlands ( The Netherlands that is) 12 Jan 2012

This year, March, I am finally going to do what I intended for years, walking Munro's.
Since I live in The Netherlands it takes a little more planning and preparation.
I have planned to travel to Torridon, by train and coach, and start with Beinn Alligin with 2 Munro's. Since i am in Scotland from 14 to 25 March I want to do a second route with 2-3 Munro's that complies to the following specifications.
- doable for a starter
- possible in one day
- easy to reach (mind i have no car) Would like to keep the trip cheap.
- with stunning loch- or sea views.
- not in direct neighborhood of Torridon (like do explore different area)
- but somewhere between Torridon and Inverness from where I arrive and part.

Any suggestions, tips advices would be much appreciated.

 
 
Gerard Horstman
Re: Absolute beginner from the lowlands ( The Netherlands that is) 20 Jan 2012
Am thinking of doing
1 Beinn Alligin
2 Moal Chean Dearg
3 Sgorr Ruadh and Beinn Liath Mhor
4 Fionn Bheinn

All with a day for rest and travel to new location. (total periode 14-25 March
Is this a doable plan for a beginner that is full in training at the moment but obviously in a flat country. (highest 'hill' nearby is 88 mtrs high only). So my training is just long walks with some occasional humps.

Please advise !!!!
 
 
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