Hill number:593
Height:900m / 2953ft
Section:08B: Cairngorms
Col:588m  NO139971  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1197431/01/2016NO 19353 98815  F: Trig pointDSM
-214421/03/2009NO 19350 98815  F: trig point
S: obvious summit
-214523/11/2008NO 19350 98818  F: trig point
S: obvious summit
-214621/10/2007NO 19350 98818  F: trig point
S: obvious summit
-214721/10/2007NO 19351 98819  F: trig point
S: obvious summit

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 318 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From track to West. Very easy climb over short vegetation and stony outcrops. Path from hairpin bend to W but soon peters outcarole engel09/07/2020
Alan, GavinNHWC12/09/2019
From car park at Keiloch, along estate roads to W of Altdourie, then tracks N in glen of Glas Allt Beag, continuing to col between Creag an Dail Bheag and Carn Liath, W to the first, then E to the second, descending to Loch Builg track, following that to a sharp bend W of Culardoch, continuing on small tracks and paths up Culardoch, descending S to track that then rejoins Loch Builg track, thence S to Invercauld and return to Keilochkdbennett13/04/2019
During a week in Tomintoul. With Smithy from the car park (£3) at Keiloch. Followed the RoW NE from just short of Invercauld House. Just before exiting the trees, put my sack down on a nest of quite gigantic ants! Took track all way to high point due W of Culardoch & then slanted up the final slope into a very stiff wind to the top. Swift retreat down to col, back along track for about 1km & then took an obvious path just past a small cairn to Carn Liath/Creag An Dail Bheag. Wandered over every lump & bump like a proper bagger just to be sure. Strangely not as windy as Culardoch. Then made a total mess of the descent by initially following the wall & then changing tack, heather bashing over to the outward track & back to the car.NotReallyABagger09/09/2018
From Keiloch, by the track to the bealach and then up to the top. Another superb day.dal06/07/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2720/05/2018
From Keiloch via good tracks to bealach and up obvious path. Then Carn Lithe.trimarc218/05/2018
From Keiloch via tracks and south ridge. Then on to Carn Liath.davidpettit8431/03/2018
SMHC Sunday walk Gloves in July Brrrr. Managed to get the Key for Auchtavan Hingin Lum so stopped in past on the way to the summit. Wildlife spotted Golden Eagle Leverets Kestrel A bit windy on the top, but no rain so all is good From Thidtledae to Auchtavan, followed a track that makes the grouse butts more accessible up the shoulder then a baggers track to the summit our descent made it a circular trip descending via Creag Bhalg to have some fun on the large flat rocks.LizzieG16/07/2017
With: hb; From Invercauld CP up through snowy woods (where we saw Capercaillie tracks - huge!) almost to Bealach Dearg then E ridge to summit to avoid as much snow as possible. Across to Creag an Dail Bheag then down & up Culardoch. Returned via track.Ian Baines26/04/2017
With: ib; From Invercauld CP up through snowy woods (where we saw Capercaillie tracks - huge!) almost to Bealach Dearg then E ridge to summit to avoid as much snow as possible. Across to Creag an Dail Bheag then down & up Culardoch. Returned via track. Helen Baines26/04/2017
Weather fair with clag patches, snow on ground.MountainMac29/01/2017
Solo. From Keiloch. Having ascended Creag a' Chait, descended from its summit to the track that is right of way to Tomintoul. Followed track and then up hillside to summit of Culardoch. Continued to Bad nan Cuileag and Leac Ghorm.pwbellarby20/05/2016
Second round ascent.pwbellarby 2nd20/05/2016
Glorious Spring day for the walk.kenmorti16/03/2016
Invercauld house to gairnshiel lodge, via river gairn, 17 miles walkedwendy.calder19/07/2015
Debs and Goska, windy puffs!Mountain Goat28/03/2015
With Will & Suz, staying in Ballater.Grinner08/11/2014
Fabulous solo walk, with a major sting in the tail. Up through wonderful open scots pine woods, fluffy cumulus and blue sky above, ocassional interesting fungi, grass heads dancing in an ocasional light breeze. Long track north. Eight mountain bikers working with BP from 5 different counties struggle in low gear uphill. Cullardoch summiit 12.50. Across to Carn liath, many topped plateau with two tops 150/200m noth of the mrked highest cairn that look higher. On to newly re-confirmed Corbett Creag an Dail Beag. then contouring round the western side of Carn Liaths slopes en route to southern spur and SE to SIM Creag a'Chait. Before getting there, while contouring across a very gently angled slope boulder field, I experienced myself being conscious of feeling I was hopping across the boulder field fairly fast and feeling double edged, both happy with what I percieved as fairly good sense of balance, but also conscious of how easy it was for boulders to move under my feet ...but..but....bvegibagger18/07/2014
Did after Carn Liathduchally15/07/2014
SMHC club walk. 9 in party. With Lyndsay. Very windy and cold but dry all day.amunro290715/12/2013
Solo.Dangerous Dave03/10/2013
Adding old logsAngelaf07/06/2012
First hill of another very warm day.Dugswell227/05/2012
culardoch and carn liath both tops cycled in to below creag a chait.robertphillips26/02/2012
Trig revisit. Cold wind - glad of the stone shelter, such as it is. From S, Invercauld car park. Phoned estate previous day - no stalking / shooting issues. Excellent track - 2h to the summit. Detoured 3km E for the Graham Top on the way back.RHW24/09/2011
solo, from Keiloch car park by bike to Bealach Dearg. After Carn Liath, carried on up track into cloud, wind and rain. Didn't hang about - sandwich in shelter of grouse butt. half hour down by bike! Less than 5 hours for two Corbettsniallp20/09/2010
A fine clear day. Enjoyable walk up through Invercauld estate. Magic moment on summit... a family of Ptarmigan chicks at my feet!gercal5320/06/2010
A walk from Glen Feardar onto the flat top of Culardochtorkm08/08/2009
Reached from Carn Liath over the Beach Dearg and a quick ascent up from the west. Heavy squall on leaving summit to the south.Windy Corner02/05/2009
1 of 3: From Tomintoul. Bike.ChrisR13/10/2008
From Invercauld bridgenordicstar09/02/2008
Not bad weather. Views of Ben Avon on way up. Bitterly cold wind.gman16/12/2007
With Carn Liath. MC JCMartin6626/06/2005
On my Mull of Kintyre to Fraserburgh walkBLACKHILL15/05/2005
With JW and CR. Chainsnappers Cairngorm bike ride.John Lee28/08/2004
and 15/08/2016chrispine21/01/2004
With PaulRobF10/02/2001
actual date not knownclashcityrocker01/01/2001
After Carn Liath. Pleasant rounded hill, nice walking on upper slopes. Very enjoyable day.Aye Jimmy10/09/2000
Dry, high cloud, windy, cold, good views.iangalbraith30/03/1997
KT Uisdean2523/11/1996