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Bivouac at Cuillin Hills, looking out over Loch Coruisk
Scotland
Copyright: Ronald tichelaar
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Uploaded: 03/06/2009
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Tags: bivouac; loch coruisk; cuillin hills; isle of skye; scotland; trail; hike
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