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Name:Beinn Chlianaig East Top
Hill number:5909
Height:718m / 2356ft
Parent (Ma):332  Cnap Cruinn
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NN296779 (est)
Drop:24m
Col:694m  NN295781  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
Beinn Chlianaig and E top, Cnap Cruinn from Glen Spean. Fresh snow, plenty of old hard snow and whiteout conditions on the tops.RobertP03/04/2018
From Monessie via gorge walk with Jenx. Thereafter straightforward past farm and straight up hill. Visited the three other Tops in a loop. Fine day of bright sunshine.nordicstar17/03/2016
With the Marilyn.jenx17/03/2016
On the way.Martin R13/05/2014
Cnap Cruinn (NN303775) S/F NN 252806 Another perfect day! Sunshine with no cloud at all but extremely cold wind. First time I've climbed in both jumber and coat since I can't remember. Snow from 400m in broken drifts. Some soft but others hard and glassy and impossible to pass without crampons. Had to change direction on route of ascent to avoid one such drift. Long walk across summit ridge which would be tricky in fog.John Young01/04/2013
Intermittent rain, cool good views.iangalbraith14/09/2004
After supporting winter Ramsey on the Eassains.Eddie31/01/1998
tgboosh13/11/2017
alda18/04/2017
Tony S27/11/2016
weaselmaster08/10/2016
weaselmaster09/04/2016
salen29/03/2016
NormanW03/11/2015
ngthack27/02/2014
DaveMcS04/08/2013
richtea504031/07/2013
Gavin Theobald01/04/2013
robertphillips26/10/2012
BrianMatthews04/07/2008
kathyh28/05/2006
chalky195326/04/2004
daviemore23/01/2003
Tricky28/12/1999
Minto21/08/1999
IainT03/07/1998
alda29/10/1995
tsmart01/01/1950