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Name:Crungie Dubh
Hill number:6024
Height:589m / 1932ft
Parent (Ma):441  Ben Vuirich
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
Grid ref:NN 98946 64512
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:552m  NN989649  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
Observations:NW summit at NN 98866 64645 is obviously lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled from Enochdhu during Covid19 for exercise!Simon Winton13/05/2020
From Dalnavaid Bridge (plenty of parking) we to the abandoned farmhouses and took a NNW bearing to avoid the steepest crags of Stronhayie Craig. This turned out to be a good decision as a series of sheep and deer tracks interlinked to get us to a midpoint between Stronhayie Craig and Gurlet. Once Gurlet bagged it was a simple matter of horseshoeing around the boggy land between the North Top (scaled the boulder!), Crungie Clach (great name) and Crungie Dubh, using as many snow patches en route as possible to keep clean and dry. Returned via an ATV track picked up just north of Balgholan Craig that becomes a firmer track once below Stronhayie Craig.summitter22/03/2020
9 top round from layby west of track to straloch house, straloch hill, creag an t sithein, bad an tuirc, cnoc dubh, crungie clach, crungie dubh, gurlet north top, gurlet, ben skievie, down track to tarvie to collect bike and short cycle back to the car.robertphillips05/05/2019
Circuit from Dalnavaid.richtea504006/12/2016
Bad and Tuirc startbertbarnett12304/02/2015
Tall graceful cairn on shoulder E of summit. After Gurlet, with Rod Munro. Descended SE for track to Stronhavie.RHW16/11/2014
Ascended after climbing Crungie Clach, before descending to the road.JohnW08/06/2014
Circuit from Clunskea.chalky195318/03/2014
Lindsay M02/06/2016
Rod M16/11/2014