|Name:||Creag Dhubh Mhor West Top|
|Height:||564.9m / 1853ft|
|Parent (Ma):||916 Creag Dhubh Mhor|
|RHB Section:||12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve|
|Catchment:||Alsh & Duich, Catchment Boundaries, Carron|
|Grid ref:||NG 97705 40134|
|Col:||539m NG 9801 4046|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 25|
|Comments:||Col measured as 539.0m|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 14 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Walked in from Achintee on a good track to NG 9845 3876. From Carn Geuradainn E Top, and on to Creag Dhubh Mhor.||jonglew||12/09/2018|
|6th of 21 summits on a 14 hour overnight bagging adventure on the shortest night. Left Attadale at 6.45pm then 15 kms of lonely rough grass and bog over 11 assorted tops to reach Bendroniag Bothy at 11.15pm in rain and last of daylight for a 4 hour rest / 'sleep' on wooden floor in thin sleeping bag. Left at 3.30am at first light for 10 more tops and 18km back to Attadale for 9.00 am. Rained on and off for 80% of the time which had not been part of the plan. It was here that the rain began and the rot set in with the weather.||Chris Pearson||21/06/2016|
|Hurrying off the hill due to Thunder!||nickywood1||07/06/2016|
|W Jenx from Achintee. Blustery cold day, snow showers. Biting wind. Used stalkers path to gain high ground to NE of summit and over the main top. Collected an assortment of other summits. Stayed dry yet cold wind persisted till return to car.||nordicstar||02/01/2015|
|nice summit, fine view. circuit c/w from Achintee, good tks||RHW||31/07/2004|
|Carn Geuradainn and Creag Dhubh Mhor on the way to Bendronaig Lodge. Met Chris Upson, who was leaving, on the track.||Eddie||14/05/2000|