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Name:Carn Dearg
Hill number:637
Height:817m / 2680ft
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy, Ness
Watershed:Inner Moray Firth, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Greater Loch Linnhe, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C)
Grid ref:NN 34999 96618
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:201m
Col:616m  NN374969  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 216 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Jontallblond05/06/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2715/05/2018
With DebsMountain Goat27/09/2017
It’s a lovely walk up Glen Turret, and good to find an old-fashioned stalker’s path at the end of the landrover track. There’s a bridge over the Allt Eachach, and the path goes right up the glen. It’s the topmost path, not the sheep tracks, and, although faint, it’s marked with small cairns (note to cairn kickers: leave them alone, they’re historic monuments, put there by shepherds and stalkers). Leaving the path, a rising traverse on rough stuff gives tough going to the mossy top of big Carn Dearg. Down is also rough, with gruesome peat hags at the col, but the climb to little Carn Dearg is on easy grass. Seriously cold and windy, with snow, so very glad of a super-fast climb, for warmth. A brief huddle by the cairn and off down to Sron a’Ghoill on easy ground, then a descending traverse to the path. On removing the cag at the path, I was amazed to find water pouring out of the cuffs of the Buffalo. That’s some wet then!Gill13/04/2017
CDMC meet with Jojo Neff.clashcityrocker05/02/2017
Circular from nr Brae Roy Lodge with Chris Watson, Dugslaw, Lionel B & Steve G.Smudge20/03/2016
A circular walk from nearr Brae Roy Lodge with Chris Watson, Smudge, Lionel Bidwell & SteveG up to 817m Carn Dearg then Meallan Odhar before our second 768m Carn Dearg.Dugswell220/03/2016
From end of Glen Roy, as below.Lionel Bidwell20/03/2016
CKSheilaS03/01/2016
Carried on to Carn Dearg Southduchally08/04/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/09/2014
Good day cold wind good viewsNozzer02/06/2013
From Luib-chonnal bothy. See my blog post for more details: <a href="http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/05/the-carn-deargs-of-glen-roy.html" target="_blank">http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/05/the-carn-deargs-of-glen-roy.html</a>alistairpooler15/05/2013
From Braeroy. Day and bright, moderate east wind, views to Lochaber summits but not Craig Meagaidh. Hard snow patches above about 650m. Onward to its twin and namesake.Topographer5723/02/2013
the 2 carn deargs from turret bridge.robertphillips22/09/2012
selfdavidsbatty29/04/2012
From Brae Roy Lodge and Gleann Eachach, with JK, NP and KM. Some sunshine and heavy rain in evening.marktrengove03/03/2012
with K, M & J. V interesting route Braeroy-G Leachach rising to summit, then 2nd Carn Dearg to SW, from the col. weather increasingly poor for descent over parallel roadsniallp03/03/2012
Followed the route in the SMC Corbett guidebook from Brae Roy Lodge via Gleann Eachach, nipping up each Carn Dearg directly from the bealach. Persistent rain, low cloud and moderate winds.davidpettit8431/12/2011
NUFWAS Hogmanay at Roy Bridge. With Phil & Jon.Grinner29/12/2011
W jenx from valley head on cold mid Xmas eve. Bagged both Deargs, brilliant sunset over Nevis rangenordicstar30/12/2008
Yet another Carn Dearg. Bit of a pull from the Col. Nice walk down the glen at the end.gman06/06/2007
Galltywenallt22/04/2007
AloneSpudGunn15/07/2006
From Brae Roy Lodge with M on round of the two Carn Deargs.PeterD09/06/2004
After spending the night with the EBC (supposedly Elite Bothy Club) at Luib-chonnal bothy. Solo. To Glas Bheinn, Carn Dearg Beag, Carn Dearg (South of Gleann Eachach) and Carn Dearg (North of Gleann Eachach). Returned directly to Luib-chonnal bothy to pick up gear and cycle out to the road end at the head of Glen Roy.pwbellarby23/11/2003
Manny Roger Boswell - holiday at Corpachdonmeister10/07/2003
Climbed the two Carn Deargs either side of Glean Eachach on the same day. Glen Roy is really nice, fascinating glacial valley.douglas_easton23/06/2003
MC and JC. With other Carn Dearg.Martin6615/02/2003
Did the two Carn Deargs at the head of Glen Roy as per description in SMC Corbett guide. Parked at Brae Roy Lodge. Both pretty dreary hills too!Aye Jimmy28/07/2001
Solo Uisdean2519/07/1999
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL14/05/1997
Round of Leana Mhor, Beinn Iaruinn and the twp Carn Derags 817m and 768m either side of Gleann Eachach.Eddie02/01/1997
End of road in Glen Roy. Through Lodge outbuildings and 2 mile plod. Curlew. Crossed river dry shod and on sheep path uphill on west bank of stream. To peaty col after 2 hours and steady plod over grass and tussock to top at 12.50. to CDarranc28/07/1996
Self and TaffyInvicta1421/06/1995
Corbett bagging: the two Carn Deargs (817 and 768m) RHW27/10/1992
Ascended from Glen Roy on a wet day.JohnW04/08/1990
Route 68 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit24/02/1990
buggerlugs22/10/2017
borderline20/08/2017
hill walker09/07/2017
briansv650s01/04/2017
Tom Mundell30/07/2016
The Rodmiester24/06/2016
steven morrice12/06/2016
SteveG20/03/2016
chriswatson20/03/2016
Fi06/02/2016
scoob06/02/2016
Dave McG03/02/2016