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Name:Carn a' Bhutha
Hill number:440
Height:905.9m / 2972ft
Parent (Ma):432  Carn Bhac
Parent (SMC):432  Carn Bhac
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Subsimm, Deleted Munro Top
Grid ref:NO 03376 81993
Summit feature:cairn
Col:881.7m  NO 0361 8218  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52N 387N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 56 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
DebsMountain Goat18/06/2015
Solo. Picking up an odd one I had missed earlierdickscroop03/09/2013
With Dave Howard. Cycled to Altanour Lodge. Walked over 3 tops of Carn Bhac, Beinn Iutharn Mhor and finally Carn an Righ. Back to bikes over Beinn Iutharn Beag. Few short showers but great visibility with tops completely clear. 7 hours.alexmaclennan30/07/2013
Solo on TGO Challenge 2010alistairpooler22/05/2010
5 of 8: From Carn Bhac SW Top.ChrisR24/09/2009
climbed en-route from Glen Ey to Glean Fearnaichtorkm16/07/2006
Continued on past the west top passing a ruined building along the way. yorkie21/09/2005
CK SheilaS07/05/2005
With Jim (James) Bellarby and a friend of his. We walked from Inverey over minor tops to Geal Charn, and then towards Carn Bhac (920m top). We got separated in the mist. I went on to Carn a' Bhutha and on the return to the vicinity of Carn Bhac (920m top) met up with Jim and friend. They had no map. We went over 920m top and to main summit of Carn Bhac. To avoid problems with crossing burns, we decided to descend via minor tops to the south of Allt Connie, using track over these tops not shown on map. We walked down Glen Ey. It had been raining continuously, but not heavily. It had been misty but the mist was not thick.pwbellarby12/11/1994
first ascent, solo, cold day with a snow flurry on the summits, climbed from my tent in glen tilt over a lot of heather.rum doodle 28/05/1994
Glen Ey round, Carn Bhac to An Sosach from Inverey hostel.Eddie05/07/1993
Staying at Muir Cottage (Cairngorm Club hut). With five friends. From Muir Cottage we went along the road and then on a track through forest near Craig a Chait. Went over the summit of Carn na Moine to reach Carn Liath, Geal Charn, Carn Bhac SW Top, Carn a Bhutha, Carn Bhac SW Top again and Carn Bhac. Skirted Carn Creagach to go down the ridge ending near Auchelie and back to Muir Cottage. A fine day with very little snow on the ground. Mist on the highest top only.pwbellarby24/01/1987
carole engel25/06/2019
Rod M17/07/2016
Lindsay M17/04/2016
Gavin Theobald31/07/2014
andrew brown11/08/2013
Tony S30/09/2012
John Lee06/05/2005
Alan Whatley14/06/2003
Norrie Muir02/06/1986