/ NEW ROUTE CARD: Dun Caan, Raasay

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The high point of the lovely Isle of Raasay may be a mere 444m above sea level, but it's a characterful little hill with a distinctive sawn-off summit that is recognisable from afar. What's more, on its eastern flank Dun Caan achieves its full height in just over 1km, a steep craggy slope that gives it a real mountain feel. With Torridon to the northeast and the Cuillin arrayed across the southern horizon, it's quite a viewpoint too. This quick, easy ascent gives you a massive bang for your buck. 

Read more at http://www.ukhillwalking.com/logbook/r/?i=1255

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