|Height:||863m / 2831ft|
|Parent (Ma):||936 Carn nan Gobhar|
|RHB Section:||12B: Killilan to Inverness|
|Class:||Simm, Corbett Top|
|Grid ref:||NH 21803 34000|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 25|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 37 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Fine cairn but view from the southern crags much better||peebs||23/05/2019|
|From W of Loch Carrie, after Soutar, ACW circuit of 4 tops. Large cairn an inadequate protection against keen easterly, albeit a lovely sunny day.||RHW||22/04/2019|
|Solo. Followed stalkers path up grassy western ridge. Traversed over point 815m and up to Creag Dubh.||Dangerous Dave||20/05/2018|
|revisit for the tops, C/W round of mullach a ghlas thuill, braigh a choire bhig, braigh a choire north top, squrr nan clachan geala, squrr na lapaich, carn nan gobhar, creag dubh, creag feusag, mullach tarsuinn, from mullardoch dam.||robertphillips||15/05/2017|
|Scrambled up from Loch Mullardoch on clean dry rock, nice route.||thenomad||03/10/2015|
|Ascended by the south ridge which is quite craggy. Good summit views down Loch Mullardoch in good weather. Moved on to repeat ascents of Creag Dubh and Carn nan Gobhar.||JohnW||28/07/2013|
|Part of two day circuit||dickscroop||19/09/2012|
|After climbing from the dam onto the ridge in misty conditions I headed to this obvious top to the south-east.||yorkie||10/06/2009|
|From dam at Loch Mullardoch. Solo. After ascending Mullach na Maoile and Càrn nan Gobhar continued to Creag Dubh (stone man). The mist now descended and it started raining again. I descended SE. Just beyond the col there is a strange wall which starts and ends with no obvious sign of any former continuation at either end. One end is marked with a large upright stone. The other end looks to be made as an end. The wall has some very large stones in it. I continued over minor tops including point 815m to reach point 861m. This also has a stone man on it. This is a Corbett top, given the name Creag Feusag in the list of Corbett tops, although this name really refers to a feature on the southern slopes. Continued to Mullach Tarsuinn.||pwbellarby||23/05/2005|