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Name:An Cnapach
Hill number:6447
Height:877m / 2877ft
Parent (Ma):834  Ciste Dhubh
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Ness
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NH 06271 15868
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:24m
Col:853m  NH062160  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 137 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit of Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg, Aonach Mheadhoin and Ciste DhubhGeoff Briggs29/05/2019
Glasgow and Lancaster Clunie WE Day 1. With Tom O. Forecast was high winds. Avoided Am Bathach. Steady slog through thick snow to Bealach, steep ascent onto shoulder of Ciste Dubh then steady slog to summit. 5 hoursalexmaclennan10/03/2018
With Steve Smith. Am Bathach first.jonglew24/10/2017
Abandoned due to strength of gusting westerly wind en route to summit of Ciste Dhubhbarnz4830/05/2017
With GHC. Tricky in fresh snow. Reversed route to get back on track.Play2End26/03/2016
From Glen Sheil, An Cnapach, Ciste Dhubh, Sgurr an Fhuarail, Aonach Meadhoin, Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg, WT and Saileag.rhalstead27/09/2015
Carn Dearg MC meet Kintail. 2nd time on this hill.clashcityrocker05/09/2015
With Ciste DubheShutterlag28/03/2012
Company: Soloiandesbottes21/05/2011
3 & 5 of 10: Out from Am Bathach. Return from Ciste Dhubh.ChrisR16/10/2009
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave17/07/2009
Cluanie Inn to Glen Affric hut. Very strong wind. Difficulty walkingAJones13/12/2008
on ascent of Ciste Dhubhvegibagger29/07/2007
With Brian & Niel completing Ciste Dhubh, Aonach Meadhoin, Sgurr a Bhealaich Dheirg, Saileag, Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe, Sgurr na Carnach, Sgurr Fhuaran, 3 Tops. 25km, 2830m in 14.0hrJamesSDonald11/06/2005
Up and back from Cluanie Innrjf3518/07/2002
first ascent, climbed from cluanie inn, misty with rain later, no viewsrum doodle 12/07/2001
Rain & drizzle on top, then got worse.iangalbraith28/08/2000
With Ted and Jenny.Dugswell204/08/2000
Up and back from Cluanie Innrjf3502/01/2000
On way to main top w MVWnordicstar29/12/1997
With: hwt; From Alltbeithe YH on track to Camban then up NW ridge to summit. Showers most of the way up. Descended via S ridge then E to Allt a'Chomhlainn back to YH. A fairly damp day!Ian Baines13/10/1996
With Jonathan and James. From Cluanie Inn, going up grassy slopes, finding and using parts of an old stalking path – little used, and joining SE ridge of Sgùrr an Fhuarail. Reached the summit of Sgùrr an Fhuarail and went along to Aonach Meadhoin. Returned to Sgùrr an Fhuarail. Went down to a point somewhat west of Bealach a' Choinich, and up to Ciste Dhubh. Ciste Dubh was Jonathan and James’s last Munro. We went over Aonach Meadhoin since that was James’s penultimate Munro. He had earlier in the day done Blaven as that had to be done as part of his Munros. We returned on path going all the way from the summit of Ciste Dubh via An Caorann Beag to the road – very wet and muddy. We had a celebratory dinner at the Conchra Hotel with Anne and Helen.pwbellarby06/07/1996
1 of 2: From A87 layby near Cluanie Inn. With Karen.ChrisR27/05/1996
On way to Ciste Dhubh.Aye Jimmy04/02/1996
From Cluanie Inn on way to Ciste DubhPeterD30/05/1992
Striking section of Ciste Dubh's excellent S ridge, done as the part of the N Kintail ridge E of The Five Sisters.pwheeler22/05/1991
Saileag, Sgurr a' Bhealaich Dheirg, Aonach Meadhoin and Ciste Dhubh RHW08/05/1989
From road near Cluanie Inn. On path by waterfalls and long slog up to bealach. To ridge and to top at 13.45. to C D.arranc02/06/1987
A87 at gap in forestry (007135) – Bealach an Lapain – Saileag – Over W. Top to Sgurr a’ Bhealaich Dheirg – Aonach Meadhoin – Sgurr an Fhuarail – An Cnapach – Ciste Dhubh – Back to Bealach a’ Choinich – An Caorann Beag to A87 ½km E. of Cluanie Inn. (PM)gerrybowes22/07/1986
Three day backpack from Morvich.jimbloomer26/10/1979
Rockdoctor05/05/2019
Toril21/10/2018
spallen21/10/2018
weaselmaster25/08/2018
alda20/08/2018
SteveSmith24/10/2017
gary198122/10/2017
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oldbagger2723/05/2016
danielarn25/10/2015
Tartantraveller19/09/2015
Remond01/09/2015
Paul and Terri14/06/2015
Kendall03/01/2015
LadyinAyeVan17/11/2014
Hal & Rafe15/11/2014
isabelle05/08/2014
Owen B22/06/2014
Gavin Theobald08/05/2014