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Name:Carn Dearg
Hill number:1391
Height:437m / 1434ft
RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Feochan
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NM 89616 18969
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:174m
Col:263m  NM920166  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 359
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 82 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
3rd of 15 tops on a 28.8km circular from the A816 at Blaran, climbing A' Chruach and Cruach Coire Lorn heading EnE direct for the top,recording 437m @ NM 89615 18967, continuing South then Sse directly for Cnoc Raibeirt...Dazingdale15/05/2019
3 of 4: From Beinn Chapull.ChrisR11/06/2018
The verges were all very boggy at the road end but the shepherd at Bragleenmore let me park. Ascent by the handy track as others.Chris Peart14/04/2017
From parking area near Bragleenbeg, as grass was too wet for verge parking. Up the track from Bragleenmore, then on ATV tracks to a sheep feeder, ATV tracks up right, then strike out to the summit across the nicely spaced tussocks (as in your feet will fit nicely on the smooth bits in between). Nice grassy summit cone with good bits of views between storm clouds. First bits of storm Barbara beginning to arrive, so strong winds and fierce snow on the way down.Gill22/12/2016
Up and down from BragleenmoreGeoff Briggs02/06/2016
Dry, hot, sunny and superb views.iangalbraith31/05/2016
An excellent hill, route same as Nordicstarhillsman23/05/2016
Beautiful sunset views of Mull from the top. A fine cairn.jenx04/01/2016
Nice way to finish off the Glen Scammadale hills w Jenx. From Bragleenmore a track can be followed up to a gate at 90m. Then the track followed to near end at 290m. Strike up the hill to right and follow to clear summit top with great views to Mull this afternoon.nordicstar04/01/2016
ACW round of a chruach,carn dearg, beinn chapull from end of public road bragleenbeg.robertphillips11/10/2015
With Chris Watson and Alex Cameron from the north east up simple pleasant wettisg grassy slopes on fine sunshine with bit of wind. Great views.vegibagger08/06/2015
Pleasant sunny weather enhanced some really wonderful views.Alex C08/06/2015
Track from Bragleenbeg and on to summitAndrewFinnimore04/06/2014
With Mora, from Bragleenmore.BLACKHILL22/04/2014
with Beinn Chapuill after the lovely long walk in from main A816.AlisonFox66 31/03/2013
From across the bridge at Bragleen, no apparent parking objection. A helpful track, then short grass and heather. No forestry issues - yet.Topographer5727/03/2013
left charlie in the car for this one. crisp day,could see arrantom smith03/01/2010
Walked in from Loch Scammadale, having first climbed Beinn Chapull.JohnW10/06/2008
In wellys on road over bridge through sheep pastures and gates onto zig zag track to S shoulder of hill for 1 mile. Over tussock on compass through hilly lumpy terrain to top at 11.00. 7th and last Marilyn with this name.arranc05/10/2005
From Beinn Chapull, just managed to ford Allt Braglenmore at junction with Eas nan Damh.Eddie19/11/2003
fine compact summit, interesting approach, challenging in gale/blizzard. Bragleenmore (park across br 910201), good tk then grassy slopes RHW31/12/2000
Chris & I were staying self catering with Ken & Janette at Scammadale Farm for 2 weeks. Got up early to do this before breakfast.BrianMatthews03/06/1974
Gallovidian26/10/2018
Sunhat03/09/2018
Crumblie203/08/2018
Dave McG27/06/2018
Adrian16/05/2018
carole engel15/05/2018
iainwalton18/12/2017
GaryJones05/05/2017
grumpy26/11/2016
NormanW20/11/2016
Isbjorn21/02/2016
foggieclimber14/02/2016
govanah18/10/2015
tallscottishguy18/10/2015
chriswatson07/06/2015
tallblond27/03/2015
softsquare10/05/2014
AndyS03/05/2014
LizH29/12/2013
PeterAH29/12/2013
barryms16/09/2013
captainslow04/07/2013
Alan Whatley24/04/2013
captainslow07/04/2013
richtea504003/03/2013
Martin R12/12/2012
Thearlaichdubh02/12/2012
mae09/07/2012