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Name:Aonach Dubh
Hill number:6641
Height:573m / 1880ft
Parent (Ma):994  Carn Breac
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Grid ref:NH 05216 51860
Summit feature:no feature: ground 2m from steep edge
Col:551m  NH048518  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit of Beinn na Feusaige, Carn Beag, Meallan Mhic Iamhair, Carn Breac (including the new summit location, probably also visited previously), Aonach Dubh. Spell of rain then clearing and excellent views to Torridon.RobertP11/07/2019
En route from the road to Carn Breac but on a beeline unaware of named hill. Missed summit by 20m.Eddie28/02/2019
Straightforward first top of clockwise Carn Breac horseshoe.Owen B14/07/2018
Nice view down the impressive corrie.NormanW16/04/2017
After doing the two Marilyns on other side of horseshoe. The summit looks drab and uninteresting on approach from north. Nice surprise view down from summit though. Walk back to road loop not nearly so interesting.Martin R01/10/2014
1st summit on a round of Coire Crubaidh. Continuous heavy rain.jimbloomer13/11/2012
hill walker14/04/2019
Sick Kid27/08/2016
Johnny Corbett25/07/2014