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Name:Sgiath a' Chaise North Top
Hill number:5709
Height:642.7m / 2109ft
Parent (Ma):22  Sgiath a' Chaise
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Earn, Catchment Boundaries, Forth
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Tay, Firth of Forth
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:NN 58335 17658
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Drop:19.7m
Col:623m  NN 5826 1730  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:col height measured to be 623.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Another local social distancing walk. From end of tarmac on the old military road S of Mhor 84. By forest roads to just before the quarry, then cutting through the trees on overgrown paths and trees to a gate in the deer fence NW of MnO, along the ridge to the N Top of SC, with two herds of deer for company, over another deer fence gate to the forest road descending from the radio mast, past a second mast and steeply down along narrow gravel tracks and through forest to the forest road near the quarry, now closed for the evening and back to the start.Nick Down110/04/2020
Ascent of Sgiath a' Chaise as per SMA Grahams & Donalds book. Return via Meall Mor & Greag a' Gheata, descent via a shorter route direct to the Glenample track at 5907 1549.TRG31815/05/2019
5 top round from parking in layby at ardchullarie mains, creag a gheata, meall mor, sqiath a chaise, sqiath a chaise north top, meall nan oighreag, down to strathyre via tracks, paths, fire breaks and clear fell areas, to pick up the bike for a cycle back to the carrobertphillips18/08/2018
Creag a' Gheata, Meall Mor, Sgiath a' Chaise, Sgiath a' Chaise North Top, Meall nan Oighreag from S. Fine still and warm December day with excellent views to snow speckled peaks and mist in glens.RobertP21/12/2017
In passing. #4 of 15 clockwise from Ardchullarie More, with Andrew Tibbetts.RHW22/10/2016
There is indeed a high deer fence between the main top and the North Top. However, it has been constructed in two parts. It is possible to wriggle through one of the gaps between the upper and lower parts.pwbellarby13/09/2015
From Ardchullarie and Glen Ample track. Snowshoed 7k there and back along ridge with Holly and Jenny. Lovely sunny, windy, day with great viz. 4 1/2 hoursalexmaclennan24/01/2015
W Jenx from car park at Ardchullie, Ample path. Ben Eich first, then steep by steady slopes to Sgiath a'Chiase ridge. Faint path to featureless summit - bar pole! Onto further topnordicstar09/10/2011
Gallovidian24/10/2018
49pp28/09/2018
FCL22/08/2018
summitter28/12/2017
andrew brown25/03/2017
islayholmes21/03/2016
pnecelt21/03/2016
Rambling Ray02/10/2015
nicolajane17/03/2015
alanm09/02/2015
NormanW30/12/2014
chalky195303/12/2014
alda05/11/2014
ARM01/12/2013
jimbloomer09/11/2013
Steve Q07/06/2012
Dave Geere15/04/2012
oldsteve17/03/2012
Tricky24/02/2012
Mr Apples10/12/2009
hillhunter23/05/2009
hill walker03/09/2006
alda21/08/2006
Alison R21/08/2006
ajwxyzt15/01/2006
GaryJones01/04/2005
kathyh24/11/2004
Lindsay M02/01/2004
Rod M02/01/2004
Gavin Theobald28/05/2003
john steel02/12/2001
hughbagger04/08/2001
amblemark05/11/1995
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