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LOCHABER AND LORN RAMBLERS The walk leader is to be contacted before hand for meet-up and start times. Car sharing usually possible and people can try before they buy. Further information at Lochaber and Lorn Ramblers Group can be contacted by email on

Saturday May 12 Gearr Aonach and Coire Gabhail, Glen Coe A delightful scramble up Gearr Aonach followed by a switchback ridge and descent through the ‘lost valley’ Coire Gabhail. Park at the Glencoe Viewpoint car park at NN170568. Head offSE and follow the path down to cross the River Coe on a bridge just below the Meeting of Three Waters. The path rises to a point where it enters the gorge cut by the Allt Coire Gabhail. The path bifurcates here. Take the right fork, which is indistinct atfirst due to erosion, and scramble up easily. Follow the path SW for about 150m to WP NN169559. Leave the path and head W up a grassy slope towards the foot of the nose of Gèarr Aonach, to reach the start of a path at WP NN168560.

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