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Beinn Dorain or River Orchy Walk. (COACH))
Group: Stirling,Falkirk & District
Date: Sunday 21 August 2011
Start gridref: NN296394
Nearest town: Bridge of Orchy
Start time: 9am
Distance: 6 miles
Longer description: Please book seat on coach. (Contact Ray.) A relatively steep climb up iconic Beinn Dorain (ascent 1076m) or the option of a scenic, almost level walk up the river to Inveroran Hotel, returning via the West Highland Way.
Contact name: Alan Philp (A), Ray Finlay (C)
Contact phone: 01786814811(ALan) or 01786 449135. mobile 07792549363 (Ray)
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local grade: A/C
Meeting Info: LACP at 9 a.m.(EARLIER START) for COACH to Bridge of Orchy. (Please book by 24th July. £10 to Ray)
Information about the organising Group
(CF11) Stirling,Falkirk & District Group
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