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Name:Creag an Leth-choin North Top
Hill number:569
Height:1026m / 3366ft
Parent (Ma):518  Ben Macdui [Beinn Macduibh]
Parent (SMC):525  Cairn Gorm
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Deleted Munro Top
Grid ref:NH 96876 03956
Summit feature:rock next to a cairn
Col:1018m  NH968038  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57S 403S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 103 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Ski Centre CP - Cnap Coire na Spreidhe - Cairn Gorm - Fiacaill a' Choire Chais - Stob Coire an t-Sneachda - Cairn Lochan - Creag an Leth-choin [Lurcher's Crag] - Creag an Leth-choin North Top - Ski Centre CPscreeleep28/01/2020
Weather fair.MountainMac29/04/2019
Fiacaill na Leth-choin, Creag an Leth-choin North Top, Creag an Leth-choin [Lurcher's Crag], Cairn Lochan, Fiacaill Coire an t-Sneachda, Stob Coire an t-Sneachda, Fiacaill a' Choire Chais, Cairn Gorm, Cnap Coire na Spreidhe and Sron a' Cha-no. From the Cairngorm ski centre car park. wonderful day.Alunrees3326/06/2018
Did not go up it? neil hutton18/06/2017
From the Butterbowl CP, path to Chalmain gap, then up steeps over tops to Lurcher's Crag. Onward to Fiacall na Leth-Choin MT and direct back down good path to ski station and road to car.nordicstar29/12/2016
A good circuit from the Sugar Bowl CP.jenx29/12/2016
C/W Round of creag an leth choin north, lurchers crag, sron na lairige, braeriach, creag a chalamain and airgold meall from sugarbowl cp.robertphillips25/09/2016
ML Training Hyperopic04/07/2013
New Years Eve with LUMCrobertgn31/12/2012
2 of 7: From Lurcher's Crag.ChrisR22/11/2011
DebsMountain Goat28/04/2011
CK SheilaS20/04/2011
self doing top Creag an Leth-Choindavidsbatty13/04/2011
Reached top in deep snow alone, after setting off with others from Chalamain Gapbarnz4804/12/2009
with Eivor. Very squally snow and rain, cold, but occasional clear spells: across to Sgoran Dubh. from ski carpark to col before Coire Lochan then doubled back.4 hrs enjoyable taste of winterniallp22/11/2009
En route to Ben MacDui from coire cas. Not the most distinct summit but cairn presumably signifies the highest spot on a flat summit.andy05/07/2008
With Ian & Joel.Dangerous Dave03/03/2007
Short walk from the main summit. yorkie01/09/2006
A round of the Cairn Gorm tops with Jeanettedickscroop18/07/2004
Sunny and cloudy, great views.iangalbraith06/09/2003
Returning from Lurcher's.Aye Jimmy02/08/1995
Cairn Gorm and Bynack More round from Glen More.Eddie01/05/1994
No snow, carried skis with MJ.John Lee06/02/1993
With Pete H. I was even collecting deleted Munro tops. Battle in strong wind.Chris Pearson15/03/1992
Alone on a top bagging trip which was much more pleasant than I had envisaged, even though there was a lot of compass work involved. SS10/06/1990
On a Cairngorm Club bus meet, starting at the Sugar Bowl going over sundry tops to Braeriach, then a couple more tops before descending to Gleann Einich and walking out to Coylum Bridge.pwbellarby12/05/1990
Part of the training for the Scottish Mountain Leadership Training Board Winter award based at Glen Mor Lodge. 4 in party (3 candidates + Glen Mor Lodge Instructor). From the end of the road to the Cairn Gorm skiing area. We followed the line of the path towards Coire an Lochan. Hence up the N ridge to Creag an Leth-choin and eventually to Coire Domain where a snow hole was dug. We three candidates spent night in the snow hole we had dug.pwbellarby23/03/1989
Bynack More together with a circuit of the Cairn Gorm skyline above the ski centre RHW29/05/1987
Solo Uisdean2526/03/1982
On Glenmore Lodge course.mainnirnamfiadh09/03/1980
From Cairn Gorm round the corrie edge in mist and deep snowAlan Moore31/03/1979
Winter MLC. Glen More Lodge group.Vin28/02/1975
Approximate datedal10/09/1973
Dave McG01/06/2020
carole engel05/06/2018
Sick Kid23/09/2017
Norrie Muir05/08/2017
Steve Q01/11/2015