|Height:||618m / 2028ft|
|Parent (Ma):||441 Ben Vuirich|
|RHB Section:||06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie|
|County/UA:||Perth and Kinross (UA)|
|Class:||Simm, Graham Top|
|Grid ref:||NN 98755 65664|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 43|
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 18 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From tent 100 metres or so up the track by the memorial. Followed this for some way then lost it but found another path (this one not on the map) which took a higher, better line to east of Carn Geal(Ct) summit then directly up this on decent ground. All in cloud which continued along ridge to Meall Breac(Gt). Cloud cledared by now form pleasant and gentle crossing to Crungie Clach(Gt). Dropped west of south to cross stream and join forest edge, up firebreak and down forest track back to road.On drop down to stream came across a Red Deer skull with very impressive set of antlers still attached. Large but in poor condition, obviously a couple of years old at least.||dickscroop||19/05/2019|
|9 top round from layby west of track to straloch house, straloch hill, creag an t sithein, bad an tuirc, cnoc dubh, crungie clach, crungie dubh, gurlet north top, gurlet, ben skievie, down track to tarvie to collect bike and short cycle back to the car.||robertphillips||05/05/2019|
|Circuit from Dalnavaid.||richtea5040||06/12/2016|
|From SE, Clunskea, good track after vague start. With Rod Munro. Then on to the Gurlet tops. First-light start, quick 4-hill circuit before the Birnam Hill celebrations.||RHW||16/11/2014|
|Ascended from Gurlet. Good views of Beinn A'Ghlo range.||JohnW||08/06/2014|