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Name:Creag Ghorm
Hill number:4019
Height:758m / 2487ft
Parent (Ma):198  Beinn a' Bheithir - Sgorr Dhonuill
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Linnhe
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN033578 (est)
Col:672m  NN032572  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Munros. Then we descended north, keeping left down the steep slopes, to the mast at NN033590. Then around the forest tracks. Two hours from Creag Ghorm to the car park: probably quicker than looking for a short cut down craggy slopes and through the trees.Pete R13/10/2019
Debs & Tali, first half of Ballachulish Horseshoe as per pocket Mountains, Central Highlands.Mountain Goat21/09/2019
Descent NE then E from summit aiming for route through woods from ca041580 to join logging track is not to be recommended! Very steep ground and we failed to find any obvious way of avoiding thick woodland.Tony S16/02/2019
ballachulish to south ballachulish, sgorr bhan, sgorr dhearg, sgorr dhonuill, sgorr dhonuill west top, sgurr dhonuill far west top, craeg ghorm south top, creag ghorm, down fire break onto tracks collect bike and cycle back to the car.robertphillips04/12/2016
Followed the track and baggers' path through the trees from Gleann a'Chaolais car park. All fine but ended up too far south and made a hash of a rising traverse through the cliffs to get back on course, wasting time messing about on precarious ledges and gullies and ending up too high and 2km away. Should have cut through the trees earlier.alda28/07/2016
From Ballachulish on a poor day, early start to b eat the forecast 70 mph winds. Track through woods, should have followed it to end at stream immediately south of summit where there is a good break in in the forest but took a break at an earlier stream that petered out so finished with a hack up through dense trees. Wet snow above about 600 metres was a bit tricky. Came down the good break without problems.dickscroop02/06/2015
Ballachulish horseshoejustin99921/08/2014
Sunny, warm, good views, from west, hideous terrain.iangalbraith05/05/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/10/2004
Cloudy with tops clear, with Ted and Jenny.Dugswell224/08/2003
Half day Ballachulish Horseshoe anti clockwise.Eddie29/12/1991
With Karin and Sarah. Crossed the hill on the way down after a westwards traverse of Beinn a Bheithir, but not now confident enough that we visited the summit to tick it.mainnirnamfiadh02/09/1978
Gavin Theobald07/10/2011
Steve Q14/10/2010
Colin Crawford16/12/2007
David Purchase08/09/1984
Alan Whatley12/04/1980