I liked the trek in via the Hag's Glen. The climb up the Devil's Ladder was pretty tough and the scree appears to be much looser than on previous visits. At the top of the Ladder, the view is only wonderful. From there to the summit is quite a walk. The weather on the mountain can change almost immediately so I do recommend proper clothing, map and compass and a whistle. A bivi bag would be very handy as well as some extra rations. Try and leave someone know your intended route.
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