- n. Plural form of Munro.
“I did not get up many Munros last year and so have missed the genteel banter of the wellies and cagoule brigade: "It's still raining"; "There's a good three-for-two offer at Tiso's"; and: "I cannae wait to get these aff.”
“I like your comparison of knitting the Princess to Munro-bagging - my husband has 60-odd Munros to go and it will probably take him four or five years.”
“Eighteen lochs lie in the National Park alone, as well as some of Scotland's finest Munros, mountains that rise over 3000 feet.”
“The Munros raised three daughters and for several years ran a bookshop in Victoria; they eventually divorced and Alice”
“There are stacks and stacks of Munros and, well, what else are Skye, Mull and the West Highland Way for?”
“There are 284 Munros in Scotland and the weekend was organised to join Robert as he completed his final one, Ben More.”
“When you give the Party money here in WA you are only ensuring tha the Reeds, Evans ', Munros, finkbiners etc are there to dry shave you at the first opportunity.”
“The Munro Challenge is an event where all the Munros in the UK are climbed simultaneously to help raise money for Water Aid.”
“On Saturday Dave and Michelle went off to climb the biggest mountain they could find (and actually bagged two Munros) while Elissa and I decided to do the more leisurely Bella Jane boat trip to Loch Coruisk.”
“We had a run of four consecutive clear days last week, during which we ambled up 9 Munros and a Corbett, and as a result my knees are knackered - temporarily, I hope :”
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