N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
*For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 39 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|8 of 8: From Geal-charn Beag.||ChrisR||29/10/2019|
|From Lynwilg, along the An Gleannan track before heading up minor trails to Creag na h-lolaire. From here followed a fence line to Carn Deag Mor and Geal-charn Beag. Relatively easy trek over to Real-charn Mor, before heading back down the main path to rejoin the An Gleannan track. A smaller path heading down to Ballinluig was next taken, leaving it half way along to bag Creag Ghleannain before crossing the Allt Dubh to get back onto the main track back to Llynwilg.||summitter||29/06/2019|
|Dropped at Lynwilg, walked track to col below Graham Geal Carn Mor. Fourth time up here now. Out easily on track to Geal Carn Beag, with fine views to Carn Mor. Then fence line to Carn Dearg Mor, continued over 5H to Creah na h-Iolaire and then roughly to Craigellachie and fine path back down to A9 and back of Macdonald Hotel complex.||nordicstar||25/06/2017|
|From Scripture Union houses @ 1k north of bridge at Llnwilg.
High cloud, sharp wind but good views||iangalbraith||23/05/2015|
|A quick walk up and down after overnight and morning storm force winds had ruled out other plans. Then on to another similar shortvwalk from near Slochd summit||dickscroop||06/10/2014|
|Straightforward ascent from Lynwilg.||JohnW||04/04/2014|
|From Lynwilg, on descent from Geal-Charn Mor.||davidpettit84||28/12/2012|
|Solo. Parked at road end west of Lynwilg. Walked up 'Burma Road' which is a track used by 4WDV. At about 460m left track and used burnt heather and animal paths up south ridge to summit. There is a cairn on the summit, but the highest point seems to be a point close to a fence.||pwbellarby||02/07/2012|
|fine summit & view. from Lynwilg||RHW||31/05/2003|