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Name:Creagan na Beinne
Hill number:2
Height:888m / 2913ft
RHB Section:01A: Loch Tay to Perth
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 74443 36846
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:455m
Col:433m  NN742343  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51 52
(1:25k) OL48E 378E
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 282 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Claggan(09:15). Followed ATV track from Tullichglass partway to col then cut off right to save distance. Easy going on short grass and animal tracks. Along ridge to top. Fine weather with great views to snowy hills. Descended valley S of Tullichglass - not too bad, bit tussocky. Finish 12:15; 9.5kdbb22/03/2020
Stavanger Toestub15/03/2020
Gallovidian06/03/2020
From Artalnaig, along Rob Roy Way to near Dunan, then turn up S ridge of Dunan Hill, using hummocky moraine to cross valley, continuing to summit of Creagan na Beinne, then N to col, descending W on ATV tracks down to Tullichglass, then back along track to Ardtalnaigkdbennett22/12/2019
Ledi28/10/2019
gary198128/10/2019
49pp14/10/2019
weaselmaster30/08/2019
Sick Kid30/08/2019
alanm11/06/2019
With Ceres for Janice's 100th Corbett.Play2End25/05/2019
Beautiful day, couldn't find find the path on the north ridge though.iansm24/05/2019
Park below Claggan then up the Graham then no to the Tirg 716Nozzer13/05/2019
JFT_9609/05/2019
jef05/01/2019
From Acharn (3 hours) with Beinn Bhreac. Rough going from the end of the pathpeebs09/09/2018
Followed the old fence posts from the north.summitter30/08/2018
From Ardtainaig where there is a very good Victoria plum tree at the car park! Tullich hill; Meall nan Oighreag; Creag Uchdag; Creag namn Eun; Creagan na Beinne; Beinn Bhreac.Just before last summit pulled a sheep (one of this years lamb, out of the bog - in up to its nostrils,. gave it a chance but it was completely exhausted, don't really give it much hope, I did my best.dickscroop23/08/2018
m0untain_n0mad09/07/2018
Invergeldie CP> Creag Uchdag > Shee of Ardtalnaig [Ciste Buide a' Claidheimh] > Creagan na Beinne > Invergeldie CP. Fron Dunan. Slog after a long walk, but easy going near the top. Back down to the river Almond for a nice (filtered) drink. Then horrible path (didn't exist but it says so on the map) to the top of the Invergeldie burn and a long hard path back to CP.Jhimmy07/07/2018
From Ardtalnaig. Showers. Very cold on top. Still snow on the east side of the hill. Descended to Dunans cottage for some shelter on way back.Roblex10/05/2018
Kevin2903508/04/2018
saas27/02/2018
From Ardtalnaig with Noelle Ryan and Lily. A there and back walk in soft postholing snow but beautiful weather and views. A Perthsire steamtrain broke trail virtually the whole way. Lent Noelle my snowshoes to ascend. 5 1/2 hours.alexmaclennan07/01/2018
Blair28228/10/2017
Great viewpoint for Ben Lawersthekirkie pirate01/08/2017
Overnight route from Ardtalnaig, parking just S of start of minor road. Crossed to N side of bridge then took route on N side of stream before heading up to Beinn Bhreac (fairly flat summit), SSE to beallach then steady climb to Creagan na Beinne. Descended S then steeply WSW to fork in track leading to SE end of Shee of Ardtalnaig. Steep climb to flat summit ridge, camped a little further along before descending N end of ridge to reach minor road back to Ardtalnaig. Mainly cloud, some rain and wind over the tops.RobertP22/07/2017
hornet10/05/2017
RobB09/05/2017
PhilMcLean18/03/2017
The Rodmiester26/01/2017
Robinho0802/01/2017
CK SheilaS28/12/2016
Simon Winton08/12/2016
bertbarnett12318/09/2016
2 of 2: From Shee of Ardtalnaig.ChrisR04/07/2016
clanbonham25/03/2016
For greatest reward, and the best views of Loch Tay and Ben Lawers (and much of the Southern Highlands), this is one for the winter.Gill13/12/2015
Tom Mundell14/11/2015
Iona14/11/2015
Trekking toes14/11/2015
Ardtalnaig - Claggan - Shee of Ardtalnaig - Dunan - Creagan na Beinne - Coire Cruinnachan - Ardtalnaigdavidpettit8424/10/2015
alda28/09/2015
Mudskipper05/09/2015
walk livi22/07/2015
PaulineD22/07/2015
Parked at Ardtalnaig, windy old day. Previous night camping out was fun as Martin's outer to his tent blew away and all his gear got wet. Had to go to Aberfeldy caravan park to get it all dry. They were very helpful. This was quite a muscular peak. Company: Martin Stewart.iandesbottes18/07/2015
BlackPanther30/05/2015
MichaelF14/05/2015
hillhunter09/05/2015