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Name:Carn Lethendry
Hill number:8532
Height:438m / 1437ft
Parent (Ma):636  Geal-charn Mor
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Spey
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NH893203 (est)
Drop:44m
Col:394m  NH891198  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35 36
(1:25k) OL57N 403N

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 6 users)ByDate of Ascent
5 of 5: From Carn Dearg. HP seemed to be alongside the fence at 89361 20464. Easily accessed from the path on the west side. Reading taken from a faint track into the windfall was lower. Back to the pylons and followed them to the road.ChrisR22/03/2020
Summit area is a mess of windblown trees, spent 15 minutes scrambling about trying to find highpoint in vicinity of the 438m spot height. It's possible the true high point is 100m north of there anyway, on E side of fence.Dave McG12/02/2019
Parked and ascended from the minor road to the north just west of bridge under the A9. Followed a good track and then went through open area to the edge of the wood. Once in the wood the area to the west of the wall is straightforward, but the summit is on the other side, where there is considerable windblown.JohnW24/08/2015
alda16/05/2020
chalky195321/03/2019
Arctica01/06/2016