|Name:||Bruthach na Craoibhe [Bruthaich na Craoibhe]|
|Height:||824m / 2703ft|
|Parent (Ma):||389 Carn na Caim|
|RHB Section:||05B: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry|
|Class:||Simm, Corbett Top|
|Grid ref:||NN712820 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 42|
(1:25k) OL51W 394W
|Change log:||show changes for this hill entry|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 20 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|We cycled from the A9 to Sronphadruig, dumped the bikes and headed up a snow-capped Am Meadar. Pretty steep going, but just a foretaste of the day. Back down to a dam crossing SSW of An Dun. Came across a deer marksman who fired a couple of shots as we headed up the steep south slope - a narrow path helps for most of the way. Over An Dun's two tops then veered west to the Coire na Craoibhe and its spectacular icy waterfall. Tough climb onto Bruthach na Craoibhe as the wind picked up and the snow got deeper so headed down the stalkers path to Sidhean Coire an Dubh-chadha, a nice wee bump. Walked back to the bikes on the track towards Loch an Dun, but rather than get wet feet we opted for the east side, where a small trail gave some help over rough terrain.||summitter||07/02/2020|
|Day 1 of a 2 day round with a night in the bivi bag SW of An Dun summit. 12.00 start due to biking round from Glen Feishie where I had been camping,. Set up tent close to river west of Gaick Lodge and then Sgor Dearg(Ct); Boghe-cloiche(Ct); A Mhorconaich(Ct); Meall Odhar Mor(Ct); Creag an Dubh(Ct): Brutach na Craiobhe(Ct); both tops of An Dun (C).||dickscroop||29/06/2018|
|On TGO Challenge||Colin Crawford||17/05/2018|
|From N (after A'Mharconaich) crossing intermediate lochan-studded undulation en route. Easy going as the peat hags were nicely frosted.||Lindsay M||14/05/2016|
|On Day 7 of my TGO Challenge walk, starting from Dalwhinnie.||Phreerunner||15/05/2014|
|rather rambling summit, shortish heather. cw circuit from Cuaich||RHW||10/04/2004|