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Name:Creag na h-Eige [Frith an Achaidh Mhoir]
Hill number:851
Height:911.7m / 2991ft
Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
Classification:Tu,Sim,CT
Drop:68.2m
Col:843.5m  NH 1395 2793  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-315120/07/2014NH 14056 28237  F: small cairn by blade of rock
S: Leica Disto/Leica RX1250
alda
Summit
-2590220/07/2014NH 14056 28237  F: small cairn by blade of rock
S: Leica RX1250
alda
SummitX
Jim
-2625820/07/2014NH 13953 27919  
S: Leica RX1250
alda
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From main ridge, down NE spur then back up for Eige. From Forestry car park at W end of public road: £2 for day. Revisiting a few Tops for Carn Eige trig and this wanted Sim.RHW20/06/2015
With Robin Howie and Rhona Fraser. Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eige, Tom a' Choinich and Toll Creagach. Robin had arranged for a boat from the dam at the end of Loch Mullardoch. We wanted to include the Corbett top of Frith an Achaidh Mhoir so we were landed where a stalkers' path comes down to the water. It had stopped raining by now although the tops were still mist enshrouded. Not far from the water's edge we came to a new bothy. This was clearly used by stalking parties. We followed the stalkers' path to the summit of Frith an Achaidh Mhoir. The path continues beyond the end shown on the OS 1:50,000 map, but does not continue beyond the summit. The path provides an easy means of ascent. It was very misty.pwbellarby09/07/2008
PeteN01/01/1970
curlebd24/08/2019
mcbiydw228/05/2019
interloper30/05/2018
weaselmaster06/05/2018
Sick Kid06/05/2018
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
Gavin Theobald12/09/2015
alda15/07/2014
mae18/06/2013
neilsan14/06/2013
chalky195315/04/2010
Colin Crawford11/05/2008
AlanD30/05/2006
bertbarnett12313/11/2005
john steel24/08/2002
andrew.allum01/01/2000
IainT16/07/1995
rdhumble24/07/1994
Alan Whatley28/06/1987