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Name:A' Chreag
Hill number:8222
Height:388m / 1273ft
Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
Classification:Tu,3
Drop:36m
Col:352m  NN189291  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2074626/10/2017NN 18499 28835  F: outcropIan Walter
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Round of Cruach nan Nighean, Beinn Donachain, Beinn Donachain SW Top, A'Chreag. From Dalmally Bridge following track / path on N side of River Orchy before ascending and return along ridge. Some rain but cleared later in day.RobertP27/05/2019
8 top round A, chreag, beinn donachain SW top, beinn donachain west top, beinn donachain, cruach nan nighean west top, cruach nan nighean, cromadh mor, cromadh mor NE top, from near dalmally bridge, left bike at catnish for a mostly downhill cycle back to the car at dalmally.robertphillips24/02/2019
With Ian S. Parked with permission at Craig Lodge. Northwards through trees to kissing-gate about 179280. The “Stations of the Cross” pilgrimage route goes uphill from here, with the 14 “stations” each marked with a whitish diamond-shaped plaque with rounded corners, entitled in French, attached to a cairn. Up the route to 15th cairn about 178286 enclosing wooden cross, with larger metal cross flat on ground but capable of being set upright. Then about 700 metres north-eastwards to summit across wet grass with occasional paths. Mostly cloudy with some rain and brief sunshine. Would be excellent viewpoint in good weather – Loch Awe, Beinn Laoigh, etc. Back down to cross, then pilgrimage route to Craig Lodge.mainnirnamfiadh26/10/2017
Follow the the Stages of the Cross to the Cross near the summitchalky195306/08/2016
Gavin Theobald07/05/2013
ajwxyzt27/03/2011