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Name:Sgurr nan Clach Geala
Hill number:1041
Height:1093m / 3586ft
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Broom, Cromarty
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NH 18431 71461
Summit feature:cairn
Col:864m  NH189721  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 436S
Observations:base of cairn is higher than flush bracket of trig point
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 543 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
2nd ascentdmckeith20/09/2019
With Sgurr Nan Each.lenman08/07/2019
Ridge walk starting Meall a' Chrasgaidhhugoklip12/05/2019
From car park near end of Loch Bhraoin then down the Allt Breabaig to the 548m col, then up to col between Sgurr nan Each and Sgurr nan Clach Gaela. Up to Sgurr nan Each in snow, then over Clach Gaela in deep snow. Detoured to Carn nan Criche, over Meall aChrasgaidh and back down the NW flank.Clive G06/05/2019
Approach through glen. Ascent to top ended in whiteout. We went down again same way.hugoklip07/04/2019
With JW. From carpark on A832, ascent via Meall a' Chrasgaidh, Sgurr nan Clach Geala, Sgurr nan Each. Descent to col and back down Allt Breabaig. Good views from summits, cloud on descent.robertgn09/01/2019
Climbed solo. From A832 road to Loch a Bhraoin to Allt Breabaig to 550m bealach to Cadha na Guite col to Sgurr nan Each to Sgurr nan Clach Geala (finest of the Fannaichs) to Carn na Criche to Meall a Chrasgaidh. Return down steep slopes to Allt Breabaig and back to road. Good weather. Mist over 900m in morning but cleared by lunchtime. Excellent views of An Teallach. Very enjoyable ridge walk with no difficulties. Eastern cliffs of Sgurr nan Clach Geala are impressive.jamessteel10023/07/2018
Second Munro by 11!!!pigerg09/06/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac26/05/2018
With ChristineKeith9925/09/2017
With keithchristine9925/09/2017
Meall a'Chrasgaidh, Sgurr nan Clach Gaela, Sgurr nan Each. Solo. Cracking day - no wind and no rain! Loads of deer. For info, head straight up to the ridge from 'Am Beachdaich (between the first two peaks), there is an excellent path on the top of the ridge to Sgurr nan Clach Geala which carries on all the way to Sgurr nan Each. Also on the way back at the top of the Allt Breabaig valley cross the river as there is an good stalkers path just on the far side.highlandchief18/09/2017
With Sam and Dave After Sgurr nan Each in horrible rain and galesmn2315/10/2016
Cold, wet with M+DRodge15/10/2016
2nd munro of the day. Wind very troublesome on this peak. Strong cross winds blew us to a standstill at times and we considered descending but our GPS showed we were near the top and things eased of at the summit anyway.dave neilson15/10/2016
Lionel, Tony, JennieChris Blake18/09/2015
Hot and sunny day. Great views.Jhimmy06/07/2015
GMC ullpool trip 2015Neil Geoff. Low cloud rain hail snow strong winds. jps66627/05/2015
Three Munro circuit with three minor tops.Craig6708/09/2014
With GHC, fourth of the day. Cool but still clear.Play2End05/07/2014
6th of 7. Ridge seemed to narrow nicely but mists don't allow for any views. It's now looking like the cycle out will be in the dark. The mists lift to show the down and up I've still to go to get my last Munro of the day. :/bowzi14/06/2014
Round of 5 western Fannichs. Parking and round as SMC guidebook. no snow. cloudy tops and occasional drizzle. 8 hours.alexmaclennan09/05/2014
Solo winter.Loz_mck18/01/2014
With Hannah on traverse of Fannichs Desperate Stan16/07/2013
second timeclashcityrocker06/07/2013
A full on winter day, ferocious winds had to link up to summit. Had a slip from the summit about 50/80m. very hard ice under new snow. I owe my life to Steve & Anne . Thanks guys made number 80 a memorable one. SMHC March weekend 2013LizzieG10/03/2013
Meall a'Chrasgaidh, Sgurr nan Clach Geala and Sgurr nan Each from Loch a' Bhraoin.rhalstead02/07/2012
the 5 western fannichs from loch a bhraoin.robertphillips15/06/2012
Big Hill that was difficult to descend as it was steep with lots of wet snow!.akmilne21/05/2012
climbed with AndyFCMark21/05/2012
2 of 3: From Meall a Chrasgaidh.ChrisR15/11/2010
second of the day - nice ridge walkmfel5712/10/2010
Any Fannichs ridge walkHarper10010/10/2010
Trig revisit. From NNW; headed S for Sgurr nan Each and its 2 Corbett Tops then nice grassy descent back to the excellent path. Met Bert Barnett then Chris Watson and Andy Tomkins - MarHoF gathering this weekend and the area was crawling with Marilyn baggers:-) Quick 3h circuit Sun a.m. before the long drive S after a wonderful week in Orkney and the Far North.RHW06/10/2010
Alone. Peculiar weather. Fine hill.otis_b_flywheel12/09/2010
Climbed with Jon and Richard. Reasonably good conditions with a few patches of rain. Total 12h 55 mins for all 9.amcculloch18/08/2010
Fannichs route; mostly with Richard and Allan but split off from them after Sgurr Mor and headed North over Beinn Liath Mor Fannaich and down to A835 by the dam, whilst they proceeded to add the final 2 munros. Meanwhile I hitchiked to A832 to fetch car!jonbowyer18/08/2010
207th - Allan and Jon, from N on A832 (6km from Braemore Junction), overcast with patchy rain. Started out as a 5 bag, but extended to an epic 13hr day to complete all 9 of the Fannichs from W to E.RGibbs18/08/2010
With Steve, RodOik09/06/2010
With Rod and Grant following same route as John and I 20 years earlier but had to go upstream to cross. On return, ended up going downstream where a bridge was found. SS07/06/2010
with 3 from SNHlittle al01/04/2010
Lovely walk in to this munro, on the descent met a guy called Tim practising for his winter leadership course. Plenty of snow down. Views of Loch Fannich brilliant. Company: Soloiandesbottes08/02/2010
By Self Second of the day. Great weather and clea viewsalanm17/10/2009
Good day's walk with Mike C & John McDbarnz4817/07/2009
A fine peak with some great corries and cragssignyred19/05/2009