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Name:Sron Garbh
Hill number:355
Height:1023m / 3356ft
Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
Classification:sSim,xMT
Drop:20m
Col:1003m  NN507810  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-132730/07/2006NN 50933 81067  F: outcrop by cairnLR
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-132803/05/2014NN 50936 81065  F: outcrop by cairnRHW
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377903/05/2014NN 50936 81065  F: Outcrop by cairn
O: FWIW, GPS difference between summit and col gave P22m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 93 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit of Beinn a'Chlachair, its East Top, Geal Charn, Sron Garbh and Creag Pitridh from Moy Bridge . Outstanding views in all directions. Got so absorbed in watching two roe deer at quite close quarters that I fell into a hole between tussocks on the descent from Pitridh. Then, while resting on the sandy beach of Lochan na h-Earba, the wind switched direction and sand-blasted me with stinging quartzite granules...Nick Down123/06/2019
From west of Moy Lodge. Creag a'Chuir then via the 4 Sims. Made ascending traverse of Sron Garbh NW face - steep straightforward grass, and a convenient snow-free route today. Then to Geal Charn.RHW03/05/2014
Ran it from Loch Laggan solodickscroop24/09/2013
Solo in CLAGLoz_mck18/05/2013
Extra bit out and back from Geal Charn to see the views of Ben Aldernickywood104/07/2012
Up from Pattack in snowy conditions. An interesting summit with a lot of jaggy rocks.fasgadh20/05/2012
Estimated date - done soloAimless Rambler12/05/2012
first ascent of east top, 5 in party, climbed from the lay by on the A86, clear with good views, light snow cover with larger banks of snow on the far top.rum doodle 26/02/2012
High cloud, sharp wind, good views, GPS always a help for these.iangalbraith10/09/2009
Completed Beinn A Chlachair, Geal Charn, Creag Pitrich, 25km, 1340m, in 8.5hrJamesSDonald19/07/2008
Fine day's walk with John Mcd & Lucy; deep snow above 900mbarnz4820/04/2008
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave29/10/2006
JW Uisdean2526/05/2005
Easy walk across from Geal Charn. yorkie02/05/2004
On Creag Pitridh - Geal Charn - Beinn a'Chlachair circuitnordicstar25/08/2002
Top. Sunny with cool wind and aid of mountain bike.Dugswell202/06/2000
From here went S to end of a lochan before ascending W to next Munro - Beinn a'Chlachair. Lost my Glen Garry map somewhere and suddenly felt rather vulnerable. Fortunately mist wasn't too bad and came and went.Aye Jimmy10/08/1994
on way off Geal Charn(qv)pwheeler26/05/1994
Epic Munro round from Carn Dearg to Beinn Eibhinn then three to Geal Charn. A rare old route that's not been Tampered in 22 years - so far!Eddie23/05/1992
With: hb; Parked at Luiblea on A86. Walked track to Lochan na h'Earba then track to Loch a'Bhealaich Leamhain. Climbed steeply to B a'Chlachair E top then main summit. Returned to lochan then up Geal Charn & Sron Garbh before returning over Creag Pitridh.Ian Baines22/05/1989
With: ib; Helen Baines22/05/1989
On X C skis -top bit was nasty bare rocks and ice - great glide on lower moorland back to our base at Blackburn of Pattack bothy.Chris Pearson25/03/1989
With Rod from Culra on epic through walk from Corrout to Dalwhinnie. Beinn a Chlachair first to Creag Pitridh and back over Geal Charn. SS07/08/1983
IRA-OC Uisdean2516/06/1974
carole engel24/09/2019
Dave McG15/09/2018
Dave Geere26/05/2018
alda28/09/2017
mae16/06/2017
hill walker28/08/2016
Badders28/05/2016
Norrie Muir30/05/2015
Steve Q08/04/2015
stuartgreig17/05/2014
hillhunter12/10/2013
justin99929/08/2012
mountaineagle23/10/2011
Gavin Theobald27/11/2010
AGWilliamson08/07/2010
ajwxyzt30/08/2009
rdhumble25/07/2009
Jim B03/05/2009
Edwin Gradwell27/05/2008
David Gradwell27/05/2008
ngthack19/05/2008
Martin R04/05/2006
chalky195322/08/2005
benalder5009/06/2005
geoffreycurnock27/03/2005
Tom Mundell08/07/2004