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Name:An Elric
Hill number:6479
Height:861.9m / 2828ft
Parent (Ma):863  Sgurr nan Conbhairean
RHB Section:11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Ness
Class:Unclassified
(Un)
Grid ref:NH 14747 17403
Summit feature:small rock
Drop:18.7m
Col:843.2m  NH 1446 1727  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
(1:25k) 414N
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:Subsimm deleted Dec 2013
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Rockdoctor16/05/2019
weaselmaster23/02/2019
Sick Kid23/02/2019
done with the 2 Corbetts to the northBobf15/09/2018
Peterb12/06/2018
alda19/05/2018
paz195326/06/2017
Glen Affric - Carn a' Choire Ghairbh - Sail Chaorainn - Aonach Shasuinn - Glen Affricdavidpettit8429/05/2017
Long drizzling and blustery ridgewalk from the Glen Affric carpark. Tops clear of cloud.alexmaclennan21/06/2016
Tom Mundell18/06/2016
Iona18/06/2016
A cross between the Matterhorn and Mt Fuji. Cannot understand why not in the Trail 100. Hard to avoid.Martin R10/05/2015
Glen Affric - Carn a' Choire Ghairbh - Aonach Shasuinn - Glen Affric in wintry conditions.benalder28401/05/2015
weaselmaster27/03/2015
Sick Kid27/03/2015
Gavin Theobald28/06/2014
ngthack01/05/2014
Remond01/05/2014
benarmine13/08/2013
Completed with the corbets walking into Strawberry CottageJamesSDonald12/07/2013
IainK21/02/2013
After Aonach Shasuinn folowed stormy ridge in improving weather to An Elric. easy onto next Corbettnordicstar28/08/2012
JockTamson30/07/2011
mae20/06/2010
Between Carn a'Choire Ghairbh and Aonach Shasuinn. On a Corbetts day surrounded by Munros, Tigh Mor na Seilge, a Munros top was the best summit. Nice walking over An Elric.pwheeler29/05/2010
Martin6602/05/2010
richtea504012/05/2009
Wycombe Wanderer14/12/2008
iaindbrown03/08/2008
dave g25/05/2008
daviemore21/04/2008
jimbloomer22/05/2007
Tricky07/05/2007
GaryJones01/01/2007
Aonach Shasuinn (NH 174181) & Carn a'Choire Ghairbh (NH 174188) S/F NH200233 Calm, warm, dry, cloudbse >2500', broken. Overnight camp at NH179221 prior to ascent.John Young01/08/2004
Tony S28/02/2004
GordonAdshead01/05/1999
clanbonham09/05/1998
Isbjorn29/01/1996
ARM06/05/1995
from C a'C G. Very long 700' descent to the col and steady plod up over moss and grass with wind behind us to a wide ridge for 2 miles. to A Sarranc31/05/1994
JohnW28/05/1989