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Name:Creag a' Gheata
Hill number:5718
Height:558m / 1831ft
Parent (Ma):22  Sgiath a' Chaise
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Forth
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
(Tu,5,HF)
Grid ref:NN 58357 14901
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:41m
Col:517m  NN583152  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
Great viewpoint down Loch Lubnaig. The approach from Meall Mor is quite tussocky, though the summit is grassy..JohnW30/07/2019
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
A scramble through the snow from Glen Ample.summitter28/12/2017
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
Surprisingly easy through open trees from main pathColin Crawford27/03/2017
Steep but easy. Parked at start of Glen Ample but took forest track west of burn, not the Glen Ample path, then up easy but steep slopes through open trees to a deer path alongside fence. Climbed fence at about 400m then easy grassy slopes to the summit, took under an hour. Good walk, no hags or tussocks.alda07/11/2016
From S, main path then straight up thru nice open forest. #1 of 15 clockwise from Ardchullarie More, with Andrew Tibbetts.RHW22/10/2016
Thurs 25/8 - Based on mica walkers' guide LL&TT Vol 2 East walk 42 - Starting from layby on A84 at Ardchullarie More, up Glen Ample and to col at top of ridge - Meall Mor - Creag a'Gheata - tried to return direct to Glen Ample/A84 but thwarted by steep hillsides and forestry fences so returned to col & back the way we had comemnph25/08/2016
A nice little summit. Looks so prominent going north on the A84 road. Good views from the summit, too. Started at Ardchullarie on the A84 and done on the way to Sgiath a' Chaise and other tops nearby.pwbellarby13/09/2015
En route to Sgiath a'Chaise from Loch Lubnaigjimbloomer09/11/2013
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 - back down the ridge for Meall Mhor and Gheata.nordicstar09/10/2011
Gavin Theobald25/03/2019
Gallovidian24/10/2018
FCL22/08/2018
andrew brown25/03/2017
ajwxyzt22/10/2016
islayholmes21/03/2016
pnecelt21/03/2016
Rambling Ray02/10/2015
NormanW30/12/2014
chalky195303/12/2014
Nick Down103/11/2013
Steve Q07/06/2012
Dave Geere15/04/2012
oldsteve17/03/2012
hillhunter01/11/2011
MacAoidh15/05/2010
Phaedra20/05/2007
ngthack13/11/2004
russell6124/09/2004
john steel02/12/2001
maknipe30/06/1991