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Hill number:6330
Height:496m / 1627ft
Parent (Ma):636  Geal-charn Mor
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NH 88072 12332
Summit feature:outcrop at W edge of cairn
Col:447m  NH878122  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35 36
(1:25k) OL57N 403N
Observations:outcrop 10m N (NH 88070 12332)is of equal height; large outcrop 20m N at NH 88069 12343 is 0.1m lower; outcrop at NH 88069 12359 is 0.15m lower; rounded outcrop at NH 88073 12363 is 0.3m lower
Survey:Seco 2x Hand Level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
2 of 2: Drove back to Aviemore after Torr Alvie. Waymarked route. With Karen.ChrisR23/07/2020
Up tourist track starting at the Youth Hostel. I managed to get up fairly easilly despite one or two crutch-unfriendly-steep sections. Two runners passed me on the way up. I met them coming down near the top and one of them asked if he coud take a photo of me to go on social media. Apparantly he runs a website wit the aim of encouraging youngsters to be more active!GordonAdshead06/11/2019
Easy up and down the viewpoint trail, had to bag this one after seeing it from our holiday cottage in Aviemore all the time, neat little summit and great viewpoint of the Cairngorms, no one else about. Showers on way down.DanTrig20/06/2019
Followed the 'viewpoint' trail in the nature reserve. Kept following the path beyond the viewpoint itself for a while and reached the cairn at the top.sjb01/04/2019
From Aviemore SYHA for Colin Crawford's 7000th tump and Adrian Rayner's 4000th. Pleasant stroll up good paths. Whiskey and cake supplied by Colin.jonglew10/06/2018
Group of about 15 or so from Aviemore SYHA to celebrate Colin Crawford's 7000th TuMP. Excellent walk straight up paths from yha.. Including 6 of Tom Mundell family.vegibagger10/06/2018
With Colin Crawford & Adrian Rayner to celebrate Tump landmarks. Plus a party of notable hill baggers, the day after the RHSoc AGM & dinner. Ceremonial pole arch & whiskey & cake. Excellent.ngthack10/06/2018
Lovely celebration walk. Thanks for the companyColin Crawford10/06/2018
As part of the party supporting Adrian and colins landmark achievment.cjo10/06/2018
From ESE, P near YH, sunny ascent to celebrate Colin's 7000th Tump, then back to watch a couple of AA van's trying to get into Dugswell's new Skoda, which was even more entertaining than trying to work out which is the HP - outcrop at W edge of cairn, with outcrop 10m N equal and all others lower, according to my hand levelRHW10/06/2018
my 4000th tump celebrated in good company. Colin Crawfors's 7000th tump.Adrian10/06/2018
A lovely walk to a superb viewpoint for Colin's 7000th Tump, Adrian's 4000th and the youngest Mundell's 1st. Not a bad walk for a mere Tump.Gill10/06/2018
From Aviemore SYHA for Colin Crawford's 7000th tump and Adrian Rayner's 4000th. Whiskey and cake supplied by Colin. Well done both.iangalbraith10/06/2018
One day early! Parked near hotel - ran across A9 then track and path to top.chrisbien09/06/2018
From Aviemorequadbarrel02/06/2018
Dropped at Lynwilg, walked track to col below Graham Geal Carn Mor. Fourth time up here now. Out easily on track to Geal Carn Beag, with fine views to Carn Mor. Then fence line to Carn Dearg Mor, continued over 5H to Creah na h-Iolaire and then roughly to Craigellachie and fine path back down to A9 and back of Macdonald Hotel complex.nordicstar25/06/2017
On way north for a few days. An easy walk on a fine path to a good viewpoint.hillsman02/05/2017
Great hill, great views. Good easy path all the way up via north ridge. Came down south from summit. The path south does carry on all the way down but is steeper, slippier and much less used, might be hard to follow as a way up.alda29/12/2016
A good track through a pleasant forest to the summit.JohnW13/04/2016
From behind the youth hostel, superb way marked trail all the way, fabulous views.hils07/02/2016
good sunday strollowlsrule07/06/2015
Up track from YH one evening. Lovely viewpoint.Thearlaichdubh08/05/2015
DebsMountain Goat28/02/2012
With two friends before staying at Aviemore YH. We left the YH at 17:00 and attempted to find the footpath to the west of the old main road, but it must have been obliterated by the new road. We climbed up the east side to the summit of Craigellachie; it was steep with some new snow. The descent was to the north; the YH was reached at 19:30. It was clear with good views.pwbellarby31/03/1984
On family holiday at Inverdruie.mainnirnamfiadh07/09/1969
Solo, from Strathspey Hotel, AviemoreJtwoUD23/11/1967
Swindon Bagger13/03/2019
Dave McG06/02/2019
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Tom Mundell10/06/2018
sarah mundell10/06/2018
Trekking toes10/06/2018
Mr Apples02/11/2014