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Name:Blath Bhalg West Top
Hill number:6019
Height:637m / 2090ft
Parent (Ma):448  Blath Bhalg
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NO 01407 61048
Summit feature:no feature: heather moorland 5m SSE of fence
Drop:29m
Col:608m  NO016611  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52S 387S
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 82 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Quite a decent path to both summits and along summit ridge from the A924 car park.summitter22/03/2020
From A924 at NN991619, E up track to where a mast used to be, continuing up Dalnacarn Craig, and following ATV track on to fence line leading to Blath Bhalg West Top, then along ridge to Blath Bhalg, descending NW to [locked] bothy at NO011624, followed track from there down to Dalnacarn and back along roadkdbennett05/01/2020
Enroute to Blath Bhalg. Cloudy but cleared just after. Solo.bolton02/11/2019
Blath Bhalg, from transmitter at high point of road to west. Decent path all the way.davidpettit8421/07/2019
With trimarc2 and GFE. Lovely day, clear tops, nice track to summit.Fionalevey05/05/2019
With FIona and Graeme from top of roadtrimarc205/05/2019
Followed track all the way from A924 at 992619 and back same way. Great views to Beinn A'Ghlo and Ben Vrackie.KeithByTheC13/04/2019
Up track beside Dalnacarn, branched off towards west ridge of West Top. West top followed by Main Top, then down to locked bothy at 01199 62394. Track back to road.clashcityrocker12/04/2019
Blath Bhalg West Top and Blath Bhalg from high point on A924 (easy parking). Track or path all the way. Frozen ground, easy terrain and good views to Beinn a'Ghlo.RobertP29/10/2018
Blath Bhalg (NO 019611) S/F NN 992620 High cloud, light winds, warm day for short ascent. Track all way to 1st summit through heather slopes. Still took 3 hours, very slow.John Young18/06/2018
Solo. Came up the track by the mast to Dalnacarn Craig. Path all the way to top following fence.Dangerous Dave25/03/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac10/02/2016
En route to the main summit; the path and fence go over the west top. If you started from the radio mast and you're not sure if you visited this one, then you probably did.Pete R23/01/2016
Dry, calm warm and sunny, good views. Parked at mast.iangalbraith02/10/2015
1 of 4: From A924. High point at aerial.ChrisR19/06/2015
Survey. No status change.alda15/04/2015
Solo. Parked on roadside near lane to Dalnavaid. From further up the road on a track that leads to a bothy. At sharp bend in track up hillside to Dalnacarn Craig. Long summit ridge orientated N to S with highest point at south end. Continued to point 637m in mist and rain then point 639m. On to summit of Blath Bhalg where there is a smallish cairn. Back over point 639m and down to bothy and out along track.pwbellarby27/06/2012
Could be a P30 hopefully, unmarked heathery, grassy top.Dugswell223/05/2012
W Jenx frm highpoint on road. Fine hill, better than it may seem. Past mast / track over subsids to fence over top to summit. Back to stalkers hut and traverse back to start. Good snow conditions.nordicstar20/01/2012
Ascended in a dusting of fresh snow from high point to the north west on A924.JohnW27/10/2008
On a faint buggy track making for grassy areas on first prow above the heather. And on foot track to highest point. to B Barranc19/04/2003
paz195314/08/2019
Wycombe Wanderer28/12/2018
clanbonham25/11/2018
superstar_tradesman15/04/2018
JimT07/04/2018
Susan Bidwell30/01/2018
peebs29/04/2017
scoob05/03/2017
Fi05/03/2017
PaulineD23/01/2017
softsquare05/10/2016
rdhumble02/10/2016
Thorny30/09/2016
Rambling Ray12/09/2016
weaselmaster02/05/2016
Sick Kid02/05/2016
captainslow27/02/2016
bertbarnett12308/02/2016
dave g02/12/2015
PeteF25/09/2015
alanm17/08/2015
oriolefan10125/07/2015
ARM08/11/2014
Martin R27/10/2014
Gavin Theobald14/07/2014
hillhunter03/06/2014
NormanW10/04/2014
buggerlugs16/03/2014
nicolajane22/02/2014