/ altitude at the base of the shelterstone?
thanks in advance.
c. 900m ish
That high? Loch A'an is at 725m, and I'm not sure the base of the Shelterstone is 175m higher.
memory map 1:25,000 map 748m to be exact
I agree, depends how you read the original question!
The base of the actual Shelterstone itself is 740m, the base of the Shelter Stone crag is indeed 850 or 900m !
If you look at the Cairngorms guide, it says 850m
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