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Name:Sgor Mor
Hill number:442
Height:887m / 2910ft
Parent (Ma):433  An Socach
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman, Deleted Corbett
(Hu,Tu,Sim,CT,Y,xC)
Grid ref:NO 11552 82514
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:132m
Col:755m  NO107821  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52N 387N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 83 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Despite sections of backtracking a good round of four Corbett tops from the start of the Baddach track on the A93. On the track to the bridge then contouring round west for a way before heading straight up to Sgor Mor without difficulty. Then on to Creag an Fhuathais, back round to contour to Sgorr Mor N top and on to Cairn an Drochaide. On return spotted a path heading over the shoulder above Coire na Lairige which looked like an abandoned stalkers path and gave me a good line to head down to and through the woods back to the start.dickscroop26/08/2017
Munro Top bagging from A93 at Baddoch: Sgor Mor - An Socach east top - An Socach - Beinn Iutharn Bheag - Carn Bhinnein - Carn a' Gheoidh - Carn Aosdadavidpettit8417/04/2017
with An Socach and Creag an Fhuathaisdavidsbatty29/12/2016
Climbed from Glen Ey en route to An SocathChris Peart19/05/2013
After point 855, on way to descend Coire Chrid.alwaysinshorts01/03/2013
A short slog from the W to get to this onetorkm29/08/2010
Dry, hot, sunny, good views, steep wee descent at end of ridge.iangalbraith08/06/2006
first ascent, solo, windy but fine, goc 2005, munro, corbett and tops climbed on a walk between muir cottage and braemar. via glen eye, an socach was my last munro of my first round.rum doodle 13/05/2005
fine hill & view. from Inverie, tk S to 089829, CT to W then 3 CTs to E, Brithdir on return RHW08/04/2004
Galltywenallt22/04/2001
Round of Sgor Mor, Carn na Dochaide and Morrone from the side road to Braemar.Eddie23/05/1998
Friday 8 years ago today I got benighted with john Roberts at 10,000 feet on ridge south of Annapurna South. Today Solo again 9.17am from confluence of Baddoch burn and Glen Clunie. Still and clear like it was on Wednesday for Sgarsoch and Fhidleir. Air stillest of whole week on summit ridge 12 noon at shelter, cairn 100m to the NW. ENE to east top of An Socach. East top used to thought the summit. NNE to top at 855m then ENE down to col and up to Sgurr Mor 887m. back in valley at 2.15 Munro no. 110vegibagger31/10/1997
Ascended from Baddoch, heading for a re-ascent of An Socach.JohnW22/06/1996
1 of 4: From A93 at Baddoch.ChrisR14/02/1992
Staying at Muir Cottage for Burns Supper. With two friends. Walked along road from Muir and up Glen Ey. Ascended to summit from Glen Ey and back.pwbellarby11/02/1990
Date uncertain, traverse from An Socach to Morronerjf3501/08/1988
AVALANCHED ! With Mark & John -we triggered a 200 yard wide avalanche on the steep back wall of Coire Chrid up which we were ploughing looking for some snowy sport after a night of heavy snow.We got carried downhill on a carpet of snow -relatively little distance and benign but buried a crampon which we eventually found. A classic wind slab avalnche - heavy dump of new snow on a steep frozen base - add 3 novice winter hill walkers and hey presto. I still remember the woomph noise and seeing a crack split across the headwall before the whole slope began to move and us with it. In some ways a useful sobering lesson. Reascended the now bare slope for walk over the tops.Chris Pearson16/03/1985
MC DB With An SocachMartin6601/06/1984
sclater01/01/1970
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Tricky20/08/2019
interloper19/04/2019
Fletch19/04/2019
weaselmaster09/08/2018
GaryJones30/06/2018
alda24/04/2018
Badders25/05/2017
Craig6731/03/2017
duchally27/06/2016
Alan Whatley17/06/2016
mae214/05/2016
Kiltie22/04/2016
iaindbrown17/10/2015
Norrie Muir24/05/2015
JA05/08/2014
Steve Q20/04/2014
Tony S29/03/2014
Lorna S29/03/2014
mae01/07/2013
Play2End08/06/2013
hill walker24/11/2012
hillhunter21/10/2012
bjewing07/10/2012
Rambling Ray16/09/2012
Ibex19/08/2012
Lindsay M25/05/2012
The Lurker14/08/2011
Rod M08/08/2011
Marra116/05/2011
thelonious15/08/2010