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Name:Cruachan Cruinn [Fiarach - South Top]
Hill number:4585
Height:588m / 1929ft
Parent (Ma):88  Fiarach
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 32464 23380
Summit feature:no feature
Col:475m  NN329243  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL39N 364N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Started at Falls of Falloch. Took a track opposite the car park entrance till it ended at the railway line. Hopped over the railway fence and up the flank of Clach na Briton. Tough terrain, but aided by frozen ground and bright sunshine. Eventually got to Cruachan Cruinn then headed NE to Creagan Soilleir. Mostly frozen bog, as was the continuation to Fiarach, with a helpful old fence line to follow much of the way. Wanted to do a stretch of the West Highland Way as it was such a lovely day, so took in Craw Knowe en route, tracking the forest edge for a couple of kms. Once on WHW I went towards Glasgow, eventually getting back to the Falls of Falloch. Had to go past the Falls and cross the river by balancing on a useful fallen tree.summitter15/11/2019
Short walk over rough grass from Falls of Falloch carpark- through sheep creep under railway.Denise 11/05/2019
An opportunity to stretch legs on the drive from Birmingham to Oban. From the Falls of Falloch car parkRichardM11/05/2019
Craw Knowe, Cruachan Cruinn and Fiarach from car park on A82 approx 2km SW of Crianlarich. Climbed through mist to see the tops, camped fairly close to Fiarach summit. Very wet underfoot.RobertP21/12/2018
parked at gate where railway crosses A82, up track rhs of eas eonan to near end, then wet atv to near top.robertphillips02/08/2017
Ugly new track from Glen Falloch could be useful, goes up to Eas Eonan at NN 34621 23263alda13/03/2015
with Rob Woodall. perhaps about 9.30am another nice fine dayvegibagger26/08/2013
From SE, track just SW of Falls of Falloch car park to cross rly then mostly easy terrain. Nice viewpoint. With Charles Everett. RHW26/08/2013
Up from Glen Falloch. Footbridge at NN345234 over Eas Eonan was a couple of logs. Crossing significantly below it must be tricky. Lengthy shower on top. On to Fiarach.campagvelocet11/04/2012
ran with philiptom smith04/01/2009
Martin R26/03/2018
Lindsay M23/09/2017
Alan Whatley27/02/2017
Colin Crawford14/12/2009
Gavin Theobald00/00/2009