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stob a' choire odhar 945m and stob ghabhar 1090m from victoria bridge, grade A.
stob a' choire odhar 945m and stob ghabhar 1090m from victoria bridge, sheet 50 sheet NN257459 and NN230455, by car, grade A. meeting at houldsworth st at 08.00 the party drives to bridge of orchy where we turn left and north to the victoria bridge carpark NN271421 at the west end of loch tulla. at 10.00 the plan is to start walking, crossing the bridge past the lodge along the abhainn shira approx 2km to the university climbing club hut before turning north following the path up the alt toag to the "zig zag" path junction which steeply ascends to stob a chore odhair. from the first peak the walk continues west down the ridge before, again, ascending steeply up to and along a very distinct ridge to the summit of stob ghabhar. from there the descent is directly south east down coire na muic past the spectacular waterfall to the track and eventually victoria bridge. https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/argyll/stob-ghabhar.shtml https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/maps/map2_1ao.shtml this is a strenuous 7 hour mountain walk and therefore you must be suitably fit and have appropriate walking gear ie. waterproof jacket and trousers, proper walking boots, thermal layer, hat, gloves, food, fluids, sunglasses and lotion (the sun may shine......) please advise the organiser in advance if you wish to meet at the start of the walk. If you can offer or require a lift, then please post a note. for further information/ advice/ late cancellations etc please phone/ text me on[masked]. alan ramsay

Houldsworth Street (at corner with Port Street)

Finnieston · Glasgow G3 8ED

Respond by: 10/19/2018
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Glasgow HF Outdoor Club (established in 1917) offers a programme of walks throughout the year. Members enjoy the countryside and visit new places in friendly company with an experienced leader.

We have three broad grades of walk:

Easier – typically on level routes or sometimes with slight ascents taken at an easy pace.

Moderate – sometimes on paths or tracks, but with open country and some steep ascents at a steady pace.

Strenuous – ascents of one or more Munros at a brisk pace.

These walk descriptions are explained more fully in the PAGES section (Walk Grades).

The published programme shows the distance and height of each walk, so members can confidently choose one that suits their level of fitness.

The club welcomes anyone aged 18 and over – whether new to walking or with substantial experience (the latter may note that the club is affiliated to the Mountaineering Council of Scotland, which is included in your membership fee.

The club organises walks every weekend (including some weekends away) as well as some weekday walks.

This website shows our programme, where to meet and what to bring. If you have any questions, please email a member of the organising committee.

For further information, please call one of these numbers, leave a message, and someone will call you: 07549010412 or 07866430331.

Once you have registered with the club, if you have a question for one of the committee members, you can make contact directly through the website by clicking on the "Organiser" button of the left hand side of the Home Page and then the "Leadership Team" button at the top. This brings up a list of committee members and their roles, as well as walk organisers. Simply click on the name of the person you want to contact and post a note.

To walk with the club, you need to be a paid-up member. To join, simply complete a membership form and send it to the Membership Secretary (a copy can be found in the PAGES section or contact them to get an email copy) . The membership form also tells you how to pay the membership fee. This includes affiliation as a club member to the Mountaineering Council of Scotland.

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