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Name:An Riabhachan
Hill number:927
Height:1129m / 3704ft
RHB Section:12B: Killilan to Inverness
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 13366 34472
Summit feature:large cairn
Drop:302m
Col:827m  NH152344  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Observations:NE top (NH 13828 34751) is about 4m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Showers. Ascent from Glen Strathfarrar, with great guide Richard Kermode. Continued to Sgurr na Lapaich and Carn nan Gobhar.Chris Blake18/07/2019
Bagged as part of a guided hike with the legend that is Steve Fallon, he holds the record for having completed the Munros x 15 times now!! The hike started at the Mullardoch dam at 8am from where we were raced up the loch in 10mins in a very small boat. We hiked back over the four Munros west to east in this order: An Socach (1069m), An Riabhachan (1130m), Sgurr na Lapaich (1150m) & Carn nan Gobhar (992m). It was overcast most of the day with the sun only appearing on the final summit, which made a sunny and pleasant walk out along a new hydro track, 9:45 hours all in.chillyman819/06/2019
Left the boat at 0900 Summit at 1440 Lots of new snow from 700m Snow showers with lots of hot sun With Dianne Scorgie & Paola Cabrelli What an amazing day this is turning out to be So far the summits have been clear when we were thereLizzieG06/05/2019
From Mullardoch dam akong N shore of Loch Mullardoch to Allt Socrach, then E up to An Socach's S ridge (Meall a' Chaisg), followed ridge over An Socach, then to An Riabhachan via W and SW Tops, to NE Top, crossed col to Sgurr na Lapaich and on to Carn nan Gobhar, descending to Allt Mullardoch and joining hydro track back to the dam. With SD.kdbennett20/06/2018
SoloGeraldine Fardon01/06/2018
Tim Elliot neil hutton27/05/2018
Whole ridge to An Socach from the dam, long walk back alongside the Loch.tomd423/09/2017
2nd time. Parked at West end of Strathfarrar. 4 Munros on south side of glen, followed by An Cruachan as a short diversion on the way back. 26km, 2100m up and down. Lady at the gate her usual cheery self: gave me a bollocking for driving up to the gate 3 minutes before 9am!PGCE03/07/2017
Summit in cloud. Fabulous ridge walking to 3mn2309/06/2017
2nd munro of day. Lovely ridge with ups and downs, great and changing views and varied geological character. great walk.dave neilson09/06/2017
Anticlockwise round of the Mullardoch Munros. On own.MorecambeMonkey03/05/2017
Long ridgewalk in steadily improving conditions, from blustery showers and low cloud to calm and sunny. Ferry into An Socach and walked back to car.alexmaclennan22/06/2016
KeithByTheC20/08/2015
Day 1 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema11/07/2015
On 1st day of a 3-day backpack around the Mullardoch hills. Cloud on the summits.alistairpooler11/07/2015
In a galeamelialloyd04/07/2015
Epic. Boat out, scrambling in places, bum slide in June, avalanche damage on Sgurr na Lapaich. Great day with Rod, Stephen and Andrew.SS23/06/2015
Strathfarrar Last Trig Challenge: summit 8 of 11 from Loichel power sta in wind and rain.RHW18/06/2015
Round of Loch Mullardoch four - long walk round from An Sochach but beautiful ridges and sub topsnickywood108/06/2015
On the TGO Challenge with Sue - Hill 6, on a lovely day in easy snow conditions.Phreerunner09/05/2015
What a beauty! This felt a munro with presence, especially as the weather waas crapping in. A snow shower in August!steveroberts23/08/2014
Long walk from An Socach but straight forward. Visibility excellent. Saw Lurg Mhor route along Loch Calaviemunromurph29/06/2014
Done as a part of a complete round of Mullardoch 12grahamzwilson26/06/2014
No problems reaching An Riabhachan in exactly 5 hours (from the east to west route) Then the problems started!Jhimmy23/06/2014
ghaley29/05/2014
2nd of 4. Biggish drop between this and last hill. These hills surprisingly busy!akmilne03/05/2014
climbed all 4 together, great weather for climbing.FCMark03/05/2014
Second Munro of the day with GHC. Easy going.Play2End03/05/2014
Climbed from power station in Strathfarrar. Wet and windy on top.chriswatson15/08/2013
2nd of 4. A big down and up between the peaks and all the traffic coming the other way. Mostly folks who'd camped out along the ridge. Started to have troubles with my hamstrings that'd last the day and slow me down to no end :(bowzi20/07/2013
Walked the North shore of Mullardoch to 140311 and then up the ridge NNW to the main ridge at 1086m. Dumped the sacks and walked NE to the highest point.Doubled back and continued west to An Socach. Fine summers day.mindlessflogger07/06/2013
Climbed on 26.05.2013 with Andy Brown and Chris DeanDavidjones26/05/2013
See Creag Dubhdickscroop20/09/2012
Climbed with Rickard. Rainy start to the day but brightened up considerably by the time we start the ascent at at the west side of Loch Mullardoch (horrible track from where we parked the car to the start of the ascent!). Long day!amcculloch25/08/2012
252nd - with Allan - from east end of Loch Mullardoch, completed round of 4 west to east. Some light rain, mostly dry, clouds almost clear of tops. Midges active along loch.RGibbs25/08/2012
5 of 9: From NE Top.ChrisR26/06/2012
round of carn nan gobhar, squrr na lapaich, an riabhachan, and an socach, long way back along loch edge.robertphillips23/03/2012
From Camas Luinie in Glen Elchaig. Biked to Iron Lodge and then walked across An Socach to An Riabhachan. From this side, you get a true appreciation of how remote these fabulous Munros are. With DW, SL, PM & DT.AGWilliamson20/09/2011
JimT10/06/2011
CraigW30/04/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave17/06/2010
With Laura, from Glen Strathfarrar.Grinner21/03/2009
completed with club, Carn nan Gobhair, Sgurr na Lairaich, An Ruabhachain, An Socach + 4 Tops, 33km, 2225m, in 10.1hrJamesSDonald02/08/2008
3rdThearlaichdubh13/06/2008
alone SheilaS28/04/2008
Munro 234 2007 compleationancient brit31/08/2007
5 of 8: From the South West Top.ChrisR28/06/2006
Cloud drifted on and off the ridge and summits glimpses of splendor and majesty of this area. Company: Martin Stewartiandesbottes20/05/2006
DM, GL on a four Munro backpack tripFrank31/05/2005
Boat in, then Mullardoch 4 plus Tops. Day 12 of 59 for all Munros.PGCE06/05/2005