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Name:Beinn a' Chreachain
Hill number:104
Height:1080.6m / 3545ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 37390 44067
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:431m  NN392450  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL48W 377E 378W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 560 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Fine day for a triple-Munro saunter with Doug and IzzyCapt Malbec24/07/2020
Ace day with Joe. From Bridge of Orchy, up Beinn Dorain to Beinn an Dothaidh, continued onto Beinn Achaladair. Climb up to Beinn a' Chreachain looked daunting but was actually fine. Then descended to Lon na Cailliche via 813m spot height. Slogged up to Beinn Mhanach and descended to the south to track to meet West Highland Way back to Bridge of Orchy.JonathanConey06/07/2019
Gavin Appleton, Alex Heenan. Barry McGarahan. Completed clockwise route with Bein Achaladarian-e15/09/2018
With Karen Daly & BusterHighland Days05/06/2018
From Achallader with Beinn Achaladair and Beinn MhanachGeoff Briggs06/05/2018
started out at 10.20 ! on almost shortest day, long way along through forest before up into corrie and onto top. high winds were worst in forest, ok higher up. Ddidnt see anything until after dark. final summit at 4.30- ie when it got dark. left final summit at 5.45 and navved of on bearing (south) etc until cloud lifted moon came out. Mika na Pete very quick uphill , me very slowlithosyork29/12/2017
Parked at Pubil (end of public road in Glen Lyon) and cycled track along N shore of Loch Lyon to the ford in Gleann Meurain (NN394426) (easily crossed in current dry weather). Then up Beinn Mhanach and traversed across to Beinn a'Chuirn. Retraced to col between the two, and roughly followed the old fence line down to Lon na Cailliche (col to Beinn Achaladair). Then more or less straight up to Achaladair S Top and along ridge to main summit. Continued along ridge, down to col with Beinn a'Chreachain, ascended Meall Buidhe, then Beinn a'Chreachain. Retraced from there and along to the 961m top, before descending grassy slopes back to track in Gleann Cailliche, and return to Pubil.kdbennett11/05/2017
Bridge of Orchy station-Beinn an Dothaidh W Top-Beinn an Dothaidh-Beinn Achaladair S Top-Beinn Achaladair-Meall Buidhe-Beinn a'Chreachain-Beinn Mhanach-Beinn a'Chuirn-Bridge of Orchy stationcampagvelocet08/05/2017
On a clockwise circuit including Beinn Achaladair.hill walker07/05/2017
With Lynn, Peter, Gemmanix_snilloc06/04/2017
Clockwise route from Achaladair Farm. On own.MorecambeMonkey30/05/2016
With Anne & John mproudfoot13/03/2016
Up Coire Achaladair to Beinn Mhanach, Beinn Achaladair and Beinn ChreachainGallovidian18/10/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac30/07/2015
Beinn Achaladair and Beinn a'Chreachain with their tops.rhalstead06/09/2014
Fine day out almost totally dry but windygrahamzwilson07/06/2014
Great day with Ron Dorn. followed the usual way round from the carpark. Sunny, great viz and light winds. A perfect round over 8 hours.alexmaclennan20/04/2014
Ascended with Beinn Achaladair in poor conditions from Achallader Farm. In cloud from corrie so no views and careful navigation required. Large cornices remaining.quadbarrel30/03/2014
With MartinTopsaswell28/09/2013
9 of 9: From Meall Buidhe.ChrisR04/06/2013
Winter ascenton a lovel day with Do and Julie B. Little wind On getting to the summit, despite having GPS, I went off for a few metres in the wrong direction to descend. Corrected that and had a lovely descent on a snow field, Don dropped a glove but I caught it. Lengthy walkout to Achaladair Farm.Bookerdddd21/02/2013
With Sarah as part of a four hill traverse, from Achallader farm - along the glen and up at the bridge into Crannach woods. WET!!Loz_mck11/09/2012
Martin Astleyhutonthehill05/03/2012
Solo on a fresh windy day. Back after a failed attempt in March, snow and gales ended that attempt. Long walk in before slog up from lochan. At top in 3hr5. Proceeded along to Achaladair then back to farm. 7hr7, 21.9km, 1330m. 50% compleation :)bowzi12/11/2011
DMC Hike with Phil, Andrina and Pierre. Good conditions with little wind and clear vis.amcculloch04/09/2011
From Beinn Achaladair via Meall Buidhe. Back to Achallader via Crannach Wood.Windy Corner02/07/2011
See Beinn Doraindickscroop31/05/2011
beinn mhanach, beinn achaladair, and beinn a chreachain, from achallader.robertphillips04/03/2011
Clock wise round, went too far before crampons on so had to retreat little, super views all day, crampons on for 4/5 hours, walk out via head torch (with Guy and Tracey)geoffreybbb22/01/2011
with dave and elspeth before beinn achaladairmn2312/09/2010
Climbed this as 1st of the day. Long walk in beside railtrack before heading for the ridge above a lochan in a corrie. Good views over loch Tulla.Maggie and Elspeth also did it.dave neilson12/09/2010
G&MG Annette Duncan PhilChris Blake08/08/2010
Reminded me of a big West Lomond. Nice hill and the run off it was great.akmilne05/06/2010
climbed with AndyFCMark05/06/2010
With Colinalistairpooler20/03/2010
Round of Beinn Dorain, Beinn an Dothaidh, Beinn Achalader, Beinn a'Chreachain and Beinn Mhanach from Auch. Day 28 of 59 for all Munros. 28km, +/-2300m, 10 hours.PGCE26/10/2009
Followed from Achladair on the standard route. A good if longish circuit with wet feet at the end.Roblex10/10/2009
very long day. took wrong route down. done with beinn achaladairbuggerlugs13/09/2009
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave01/09/2008
Bright and sunny. Lots of snow patches. Looked like I had both Munros all to myself as never saw another person in 8 hours. descent is easy if you follow the Allt Coire an Lochain burn and the way markers near the deer fence.Jhimmy14/05/2008
Second of two on now horrid driving rain and strong wind linked up with another group for the descentRhayader_wander27/10/2007
Richard Chandler OthersJonT07/10/2007
Munro 98 2007 compleationancient brit12/06/2007
After Beinn Mhannach and Beinn Achaladair from Achalladermindlessflogger12/06/2007
Day 2 of 3-day backpack: from col to SW, Beinn nam Fuaran, Beinn Mhanach, Beinn a'Chuirn, Beinn Achaladair ST, Beinn Achaladair, Meall Buidhe,Beinn a'Chreachain, back over Beinn Achaladair to camp at col before Beinn an Dothaid. Constant rain.agentmancuso03/06/2007
4th Munro of the day. Went down to Loch Lyon and camped o/night.dspenc1627/05/2007