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Name:Cruach Choireadail
Hill number:1310
Height:618m / 2028ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 59477 30473
Summit feature:rock 1m W of cairn
Col:424m  NM628333  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 48
(1:25k) 375E 375W
Observations:rock 20m E is just lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 131 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked where new road crosses old road. Straight up.PGCE23/02/2020
With Dave Roeder. Parked at Teeanga Brideig (10:05) and followed glen to col and thence to Cruachan Dearg (12:30). Then along twisting ridge via Corra-bheinn (13:35), Bheinn a'Mheadhain (15:15) to Cruach Coireadail (16:00). Down westward to hanging valley then steeply down to road for walk back to car.dbb03/05/2019
Full ridge including Corra-bheinn, Cruach Choireadail and tops in perfect conditions.RobertP01/05/2019
Straight up from where the old road crosses the current road. Easy underfoot but steep, very steep. Cloud just above the topfasgadh07/04/2019
From disused quarry in Glen More, via Creag Clann Iain.Winterfloodian30/05/2018
Round of Corra-Bheinn, Beinn a'Mheadhain and Cruach Choireadail from Teanga Bridge. Descended to Craig, crags near summit and lower down but plenty of grassy ledges.Topographer5730/04/2018
With Mark Gibson as longer route. Very windy at tops. Dry, summits clear. View limited. Rounsfell15/04/2018
1 of 4: From A849 at 604298.ChrisR16/10/2017
Cruiach Choiredail and Bein Talaidh and nice rdge between. Bus out from Craignure and hitched backdickscroop12/04/2017
From Teanga Brideig by the route described in the SMC Graham guidebook. Took in Cruachan Dearg, Corra Bheinn, Beinn a' Mheadhain and Cruach Choireadail.davidpettit8429/12/2016
Last hill of the group today, started from Teanga Bidieg, around a clutch of hills including 2 Grahams and 2 Humps. Perfect weather, warm and bright but a cool wind to keep the walkers temperature in check. Great cascades on the burn on way down.nordicstar30/04/2015
with Peter Willimott & Derek Simedavidsbatty22/06/2014
Fifth and final top of the day.Dugswell230/04/2013
Started in Glen More at 630314 having cycled the previous evening from Craignure and camped. Cloud covered top; interesting hills, similar in character to hills of Morvernraffemeister21/10/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave29/09/2012
Direct assault from NM604297 where there is space to park. Great swirling clouds in a setting sun. Too knackered to get the nearby Hump though.Martin R22/04/2012
corra bheinn, cruach choirceall, and ben buie.robertphillips06/04/2012
From Teanga BrideigBLACKHILL21/04/2011
Park just before Craig on A849. Uphill on very steep deer grass to top where stream went over edge to the glen below. Upward sloping grass moor with swamp patches. Through a ring of crags to top at 14.35. Solitary deer moved off to the east.arranc14/08/2007
DC, DS SunnyMartin6602/01/2007
On a bright, sunny day during a New Year week at Tobermory with Martin66, JC, the Hunts & Shaky. Followed the path on E side of Allt Teanga Brideig from the bridge over A849 briefly & then N up the open slopes to summit of Corra-bheinn. Tremendous view S. Then over Beinn a'Mheadhain & Cruach Choireadail with Martin66 & Shaky, pausing to admire the sunset while the others returned to the car. Descended W over rough ground back to the road where one of the others helpfully picked us up!NotReallyABagger02/01/2007
parked at offroad @ approx: NM616303. Windy and cloudy. Eventually found the top in typical gale force wind! Descented steepish South East to get away from the wind.Jhimmy03/05/2006
Solo Uisdean2512/08/2005
From A849 at NM 62977 31338 at start of a backpackAlan Moore25/05/2003
fine rough hill & summit. 578301 dis quarry, Choiredail - Corra Bheinn tops RHW29/04/2000
Ascended from the A849 in perfect weather.JohnW09/04/2000
Mull traverse from knock, Beinn Fhada, Ben More, Corra-bheinn, Cruach Choireadail to camp in Glen More.Eddie21/04/1995
Dave McG04/05/2019
Erik B04/05/2019
Simon Winton31/05/2018
Lorna S28/04/2018
Tom Mundell09/05/2017
Trekking toes09/05/2017
Sick Kid05/10/2016