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Name:Creag Feusag
Hill number:3239
Height:863m / 2831ft
Parent (Ma):936  Carn nan Gobhar
RHB Section:12B: Killilan to Inverness
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NH 21803 34000
Summit feature:cairn
Col:791m  NH206346  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
Fine cairn but view from the southern crags much betterpeebs23/05/2019
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.RHW22/04/2019
Solo. Followed stalkers path up grassy western ridge. Traversed over point 815m and up to Creag Dubh.Dangerous Dave20/05/2018
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.robertphillips15/05/2017
Scrambled up from Loch Mullardoch on clean dry rock, nice route.thenomad03/10/2015
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.JohnW28/07/2013
Part of two day circuitdickscroop19/09/2012
After climbing from the dam onto the ridge in misty conditions I headed to this obvious top to the south-east. yorkie10/06/2009
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.pwbellarby23/05/2005
JM Uisdean2513/10/1976
hill walker26/10/2012
Gavin Theobald01/05/2011
Colin Crawford10/05/2009
sarah mundell30/09/2007