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Name:Aonach na Cloiche Moire
Hill number:3669
Height:901.6m / 2958ft
Parent (Ma):409  Carn a' Chlamain
RHB Section:06A: Glen Tromie to Glen Tilt
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NN 90155 76622
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:24.6m
Col:877m  NN 9057 7653  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL51E 394E
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:col measured as 877.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 51 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Highest area on this ridge; shame about the proximity to its parent!richtea504015/07/2018
Easily bagged undulation between Braigh nan Creagan Breac and Braigh Sron Ghorm.Lindsay M20/09/2015
Part sun, high cloud so good views, cold wind, from Marble Lodge (worth the rental).iangalbraith30/07/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac08/05/2015
Beinn Dearg walk from Tilt car park.justin99905/09/2014
MMC Walk. Alex, Fraser Gold, Ron Dorn, Ian McArthur and Eunice walked from Old Glen Tilt Carpark to Forest Lodge then up good stalker path to Carn 'a Chlamain. Rest went down the ridge. I carried onto Beinn Mheadhonach and descended from there. Occasional snow and high wind, occasional calm and sun. A great day. 7 1/2 hoursalexmaclennan28/04/2013
Completed Carn a Chlamain, Beinn Dear, 36.5km, 1670m, 10.0hrJamesSDonald01/12/2006
Solo. Parked at the start of the track up Glen Tilt near the Old Bridge of Tilt. A warning notice warned of long range rifle firing on the firing range. Walked up the main track up Glen Tilt, starting opposite the car park. Followed the track past Auchgobhal and Marble Lodge to Clachghlas. Then up the hillside on the track (shown as a path on my map), which goes WSW. The track goes round a shoulder and above Allt Craoinidh. Here I crossed the river and went up hillside to the minor top above Sròn a' Chrò. Hitherto the weather had been fine, if a little cold. But now there were hail showers and later snow showers, quite severe, and it was quite windy too. Some lying snow patches. Continued over the top of Bràigh Clais Daimh and Bràigh nan Creagan Breac to Aonach na Cloiche Mòire. Continued a little way NW beyond what I thought was the highest point to where there was a small cairn on top of a boulder. This might have been the highest point, but I doubt it. Continued to Càrn a' Chlamain.pwbellarby08/05/2005
FJB Uisdean2517/07/2004
decent summit & view. cw circuit from Old Blair car pk RHW05/04/2004
Continuing towards Carn a'Chlamain from Beinn Dearg, skirting around Carn a'Chiaraidh, this was next objective.Aye Jimmy25/07/1994
With: solo; From Carn a'Chlamain along good path with lots of shooting butts. Descended down to Feith an Lochain which was deep and difficult to cross. Failure mode was a serious dunking. One chance and I got it right!Ian Baines26/06/1994
from B D. down on a bearing across a steep snow patch visible from B A'Ghlo, across hags to col and across river bed. Rain storm/hail. Around the flank of the hill to drop to 640m. A second river, quite wide. Removed boots and top socks and waded over. Then uphill over moss and hags to top. to C a C.arranc26/05/1986
Train to Blair. Five day backpack. Train home from Aviemore.jimbloomer24/07/1979
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