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Country Walking Magazine (UK) - - Discover -

The Cairngorms are known as Bri­tain’s Arc­tic and for good rea­son. The cold­est ever tem­per­a­ture of -27.2°C was twice recorded at Brae­mar; the strong­est ever wind of 173mph on the sum­mit of Cairn Gorm; and snow lies here longer than any­where else with patches of­ten sur­viv­ing the en­tire year through in the deep­est north­ern cor­ries. READ ON: Among the Sum­mer Snows by Christopher Nicholson

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