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Day Meet to Grey Corries - Glen Nevis, Saturday 12th September 2020

Day Meet 
 
 12 09 2020 00:00
Grey Corries - Glen Nevis

Day Meets

The Grampian Club arranges monthly Day Meets on 10 months of the year, usually on the second or third weekend. Venues are carefully selected to provide walks of varying grades, from easier low level walks to challenging mountain traverses of up to 20 miles often taking in 2 or more Munros on the longer summer meets.

We travel by bus from Dundee, picking up in Perth when heading west. Members are expected to choose walks that are within their own physical capabilities and the Day Meets Team organise groups into parties of broadly similar ability.

The full Day Meets Programme for 2020 is available on the Home page of this website.

Sometimes, when time allows, refreshments are taken at a suitable hotel or restaurant before heading back to Dundee.

Possible walks for this meet include:

Corriechoille, Grey Corries, Glen Nevis
Corriechoille, Bothy, Glen Nevis
Aonach Mor, Aonach Beag to Glen Nevis
Mamores Walks
Shorter Walks - Glen Nevis


TelephoneAlex Winter on 07796 314386
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