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Name:Stuc Fraoch Choire
Hill number:847
Height:918m / 3012ft
Parent (Ma):805  Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan [Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan]
Parent (SMC):805  Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan [Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan]
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Alsh & Duich, Beauly
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
Grid ref:NH 05225 25300
Summit feature:cairn
Col:882m  NH051250  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25 33
(1:25k) 414N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 120 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Killilan, cycled to Carnach, walked to Iron Lodgy, then along tracks to Gleann Sithidh, up west flank of Creag a' Choir' Aird, south along ridge over Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain and Carn na Con Dhu, bivvyed at Bealach nan Daoine, up Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan, round to West Top, then N over Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor to Stuc Fraoch Choire, descended towards Loch Lon Mhurchaidh, then along tracks back to Carnachkdbennett03/06/2018
From Killilan Parking, MTB out to Carnach then a round of Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain, Carn na Con Dhu, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, WT, Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor, Stuc Fraoch Choire and Creag Ghlas.rhalstead04/06/2017
C/W route from killilan biked to iron lodge mullach sithidh, mullach na dheiragain, carn na con dhu, stob coire na cloiche, stob coire nan dearcag, squrr nan c east top, squrr nan c, squrr nan c west top, stuc bheag, stuc mor, stuc fraoch choire, creag ghlas, squrrna h eige, meall squman, 12 hours.robertphillips28/05/2017
Part of the N Affric ridgeTom D13/05/2017
With ChristineKeith9911/08/2015
Parked at Camas-luinie Path to bridge over R. Elchaig Land Rover track up Glen Elchaig to Carnach Up path to Creag Ghlas Stob Fraoch Choire (1997 Top) Down W. slopes to Falls of Glomach Path down W. side of Allt a Ghlomaich Bridge over R. Elchaig Down Glen back to car. (PM)gerrybowes10/07/2013
With GB. From Camus Luinie - a very long walk. I clocked 17.8 miles via Carnach and up Creag Ghlas to the summit. Back down the Glomach Falls.bolton10/07/2013
All tops N from Glen Affric SYHA except An Socachdickscroop31/03/2012
self (Sgurr nan C)davidsbatty24/07/2011
Biked to Carnach, long day. Sunny, hot and calm.iangalbraith22/06/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/06/2010
Continued out along the ridge from Stuc Mor, it looked a long way back up to the main ridge. yorkie26/05/2009
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit25/08/2007
staying Albeithe, up Corbett Surr Gaorsaic then up on the Surr na Ceathreamhnan,all the way out to all the NW murdo tops inc some fabulous big boulders one of which was white quarzite. Back contouring around two corries on north side and back to the col W of An Socach when tirednes gnawed to my brain pleading with me not to go up W to collect the other Murdo top, but I just had to, knowing I,d regrtit if I didn't so I did and am very grateful. Another great solo day on the heights.vegibagger25/07/2007
CK SheilaS04/06/2007
first ascent, with 3 others, goc 2007, climbed from the hostel at cammus luinnie on way to a wild camp on the ridge. 2 munros and several tops, generally clear with the odd snow flurryrum doodle 12/05/2007
With Niel from Strawberry Cottage completing An Socach, Sgurr Nan, Mullach na Dheiragain + 7 Tops, 32km, 2130, in 12.0hrJamesSDonald17/06/2006
See Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan dbb30/06/2003
fine remote steep rocky summit (no view, in cloud) - my final Murdo. walk in from KilillanRHW05/10/2002
Ascent with Jon Moss and Des Alcornalexmaclennan28/04/2002
Annoying! - the creation of this new 'Munro Top' in the 1997 review, after I'd already finished them in 1996 on Carn Dearg Meadhonach. Resulted in a long walk from Dorusdain, Falls of Glomach, on to Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan. Bonus was bagging Corbett Sgurr Gaorsaic on way back.Aye Jimmy27/08/2000
KT Uisdean2526/06/2000
En route to Iron Lodge from Cluanie via new Munro Top.Eddie30/08/1998
Sick Kid08/07/2017