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Cairngorm 4000's

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If your looking for a big long summers day on the Scottish mountains then why not try these 5 – over 4000ft high Munros on the Cairngorm. This is a circular route that can be walked / ran clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. Check our the virtual tour, 3D model and OS maps below for more information.

Munro – Cairngorm – Altitude:  1245 meters

Munro – Ben Macdui – Altitude:  1309 meters

Munro – Braeriach – Altitude: 1296 metres

Munro – Sgor an Lochain Uaine – Altitude: 1258 metres

Munro – Cairn Toul – Altitude: 1291 metres

Walkers Route as shown on OS map HERE.
Route Length: 22 miles    Total Ascent: 7700 feet    Surface: Rough/paths/boulders
Difficulty: Hard
Average Walking Time: 13:10 h

Walkers route starts at the Sugarbowl Car Park, Aviemore PH22 1RB.
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE 

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Runners Route

Location – Start Glenmore Lodge, Sgurr an Lochain Uaine, Cairn Toul, Lairig Ghru, Ben Macdui, Cairngorm, Glenmore Lodge. Clockwise or anti clockwise.
More info below.

https://www.scottishhillrunners.uk/LongDistanceRecords.aspx?LongDistanceRecordID=55

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Cairngorm 4000's - 360° Virtual Tour

Virtual tour starting at Glenmore Lodge.
While we were taking the photographs for this virtual  route, we decided to take a more direct line from Ben Macdui into the Corrie trying to miss the bolder field on the normal route to the left. This route ended up a bit to steep -the route plotted on the our OS map would be better.
Also the line we chose to ascend Cairn Toul on the day of the photographs would not be the quickest. We chose this because the scrambling is better on the left hand shoulder of the Corrie, again the route shown on the map below would be quicker. If following this route in either direction the climb/descent in/out of the Lairig Ghru / Cairn Toul is very steep. An alternative route would be to take the path north of the Devil’s Point.

Click on the round 360 logo in the tour window below to move forward through the Munro route tour. Pan Around using your mouse or finger. Press the Map - Show/Hide button to see where you are on the route. The red photo location marker within the map points it's radar in the direction of the photos view. The compass within the tour window lets you know the direction of view and travel. If possible view on a VR Headset to feel like your there!
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3D Model - Cairngorm 4000's

3D model loading…… Internet speed dependant.
The red line on the 3D model shows the runners route.

Click on the 3D model to move around / zoom in out.

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