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Name:Carn a' Chuilinn
Hill number:638
Height:817m / 2680ft
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 41675 03393
Summit feature:rock 8m N of cairn
Col:639m  NH468042  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
(1:25k) OL55 401
Observations:grid reference of cairn is NH 41675 03385
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 205 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Up wind farm access road to hairpin then track to plateau. GPS from there to lochan then along ridge. Much the same on way back in poor conditions.SS12/06/2019
Jon F09/05/2019
Sick Kid27/04/2019
Dave McG14/01/2019
From B862 near bridge over Glen Doe, via route described in SMC Corbett guidebook. Descended NW to track past Carn na Saobhaidhe.davidpettit8431/05/2018
CK SheilaS14/04/2018
From cattle grid, across to windfarm track then what I thought was a poor stalkers path in wet conditions, into cloud, took a heading east of the summit to ridge and followed this to Carn a' Chuilinn. After this some tricky navigation (and a cock-up) and deep soft snow to the south top and more tricky navigation to Creag an Fhir-eoin. From there with time pressing headed NEish back to track passing between the two E tops of main summit that I had intended to do. Snow conditions also not helpful and all in cloud.dickscroop03/01/2018
Tim, Hattie, Toby, AustinBlisco29/12/2017
Parked with permission at start of hydro road then cycled up to stalkers path continuing up Glen Doe.Topographer5709/08/2017
With Mora - Glen Doe route.BLACKHILL12/05/2017
Dave McG22/09/2016
From Coire Doe, starting in thick fog. This cleared a bit as I went up the hill. The hydro track is ugly but the surroundings are really nice. The stalkers path is good, and then deer tracks continue. The route up the river looks peculiar in the mist, seeming to go away from the hill, but works really well. The summit is a great place, very unusual with the view down to the lochans on the shelf below the top.Gill11/06/2016
Used bikeduchally20/04/2016
Dave Geere27/05/2015
Sick Kid05/04/2015
Parked in layby on B862. Followed Glen Doe Hydro track to bridge over Allt Doe taking track/path to the right just before bridge. Followed burn Southwards before crossing & continuing SSW to climb onto summit ridge. Followed ridge SW to summit cairn. Return as outward. On own.MorecambeMonkey23/03/2015
hill walker20/03/2015
Parked on the B 862 where the track goes onto the power station. I took the mountain bike along the track until it was possible to head straight up the hill. This must have been a lonely and remote hill until the 'powers to be' decided to rape the area and strip it of all dignity. It look very likely that now they will be installing wind turbines, do they never learn? in the meantime the summit is still proud of its isolation and i stood next to the cairn with the wind blowing in my face and thoughts of what has been and what is to come. The future is looking bleak for much of Scotland's wild country.thenomad11/11/2014
Johnny Corbett19/09/2014
Barry Smith18/05/2014
GMC meet. With Keith Andersonmike.hoult22/04/2014