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Name:Sgurr a' Choire Ghlais
Hill number:884
Height:1083m / 3553ft
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Cromarty
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NH 25838 43045
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:265m  NH078365  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 430
Observations:Cairn 60m NW of the trig point is probably slightly higher than one to the south of the trig point and probably slightly higher than the trig point
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 469 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Rocky route to top which could be avoided going west. Now made our way down back to beginning over gentle ground. Rough and boggy near finishAdventurers507/06/2019
25th May GMC Aviemore Trip. Stayed at Inverness SYH with David Lane-Joint. Ran the ridge. Left bike at bridge further up glen. jps66627/05/2019
Sam, Neil, Dave camping near Struy. Gate at 9ammn2314/07/2018
3rd and highest munro of the day. Done with Maggie, Sam and Neil.dave neilson14/07/2018
Strathfarrar Munros from west to east, track from glen by Allt Toll a' Mhuic to Sgurr na Fearstaig, then along ridge Sgurr Fhuar-thuill, Creag Ghorm a' Bhealaich, Sgurr a' Choire Ghlais, Carn nan Gobhar and Sgurr na Ruaidhe, descending to track along Allt Coire Mhuillidh, down to glen, back to start by bikekdbennett22/06/2018
Cycled in from Inchmore for a traverse of the Strathfarrar Munros and Tops.rhalstead10/06/2018
Tim Elliot & Andrew Dyson neil hutton28/05/2018
SoloGeraldine Fardon05/05/2018
Anticlockwise circuit of the Strathfarrar Munros. On own.MorecambeMonkey05/05/2017
With Rob as part of 4 Munro ridge traverse. Clear views cycled back to cardavid.walker4001/05/2017
TD & CThis Dog25/08/2016
Third of 6 solo tops today. Cloud-covered tops to start, completely clear later.mikejacobs29/07/2016
Standard round of the Strathfarrer 6. Tops all in cloud and bealachs cloud free. Drizzly/ mizzly blustery day. long walk back to the car.alexmaclennan20/06/2016
From Sgurr Fhuar - thuill. From summit descended SW to a footbridge at 232401 over the Allt Toll a Mhuic above the waterfall. A great circuit that takes in the best of the ridge and brought us back to the car with no road walking.mindlessflogger02/06/2016
With ChristineKeith9913/08/2015
With RodOik25/06/2015
With Jenny and Ken Strathfarrar fournickywood111/06/2015
After Garbh-charn, revisit for trig. NB the south cairn is also a trig - Intersected Station - as is also the Beinn Dearg summit cairn. Cold blustery day with summit in cloud. Descended the nice SSE ridge for the 755m GT.RHW24/05/2015
Second of the day. Lovely weather with fresh snow underfoot. Difficultly finding the way off due to cornices.Play2End16/04/2015
SF, Richard, Duncan + othersChris Blake15/11/2014
Solo day completing Strathfarrar 4 - dry, hot and sunny with some mistbarnz4813/09/2014
Steep descent then steep ascent in hail squall to summit. No viewsmunromurph28/06/2014
Biggest hill of the day with the longest climb up to. Intermittent view between clouds and rain. Still a lot of snow around.akmilne04/05/2014
after the first climb, this hill as the others weren't too difficult to do, even in the driving rain!FCMark04/05/2014
3rd of 4. Had met up and was walking with a chap (forgot name, sorry!) I met on the 1st peak. We then met a couple and their American pals who were attempting all the Munros in a calendar year! Asked if we'd drive their car back down the glen! Of course! ;D 1 hour from last peak.bowzi28/09/2013
Climbed with Andy Brown & Chris Dean. Translates to Peak of the Grey Corrie.Davidjones25/05/2013
On a anti-clockwise round of the three easternmost Strathfarrar Munros. Excellent weather and views :-) See my blog post for more details:
See Sgurr Fhuar-thuilldickscroop22/09/2012
round of squrr na ruaidhe,carn nan gobhar, squrr a choire ghlais, squrr fhuar thuill, and beinn na muice.robertphillips22/03/2012
3 of 8: From Carn nan Gobhar.ChrisR27/06/2011
Last hill of the day on western Stathfarrar Munros. Cut straight across country back to car and escaped through gate by 5.30pm.chriswatson17/04/2011
The 4 MunrosHarper10010/10/2010
I split the Strathfarrar 6 into 2 walks so no worries about being locked in the glen (or annoying the gatekeeper). From Allt Toll a Bhuic, via the S ridge of Creag Ghorm a'Bhealaich, contouring across onto the ridge between it and Sgurr a'Choire Ghlais from about 200 ft below the summit. Then followed lovely ridge walking and a finish on the splendid Sgurr na Muice. The Marilyn, Beinn na Muice looks really rough from there.pwheeler24/05/2010
Crampons came into their own today, hard upper layer so just walked on top of the snow very easy walking. Ridge brilliant, took loads of photos as blue sky day. Glad of snow goggles for glare. Sang most of the way to second munro.iandesbottes02/04/2010
Climbed with Richard - good conditions however a bit of windamcculloch30/08/2009
173rd - Allan - from Glen Strathfarrar parking just after Braulen Lodge, clear dry and cool, easy walking along the ridge, 2nd of 5 consecutive days without seeing anyonelse on the hills.RGibbs30/08/2009
With Jamie and Ben-Ji, Sgurr Fhuar-thuill,Craeg Gorm a'Bhealaich and tops Sgurr a'Choire Ghlais, carn nan Gobhar, Sgurr na Ruaidhevegibagger27/08/2009
with dad and Ben-Ji clockwise circuit over Sgurr Fhuar-Thuill, Creag Gorm a'Bhealaich, Srurr a, Choire Ghlais Carn nan Gobhar and Sgurr na Ruaidhe. 15/20 mins late out of the valley and the lady at the gate was cross told me dad off through me when I went to get her to open the gate.trigpillocksson27/08/2009
Did the usual 4 Munro round. Used a car/Bike for the road sections. Good weather. Anti-clockwise.Jhimmy09/08/2009
Day 3 TGO Challenge with Sue Oxley. Snowy tricky descent to east ridgealiogden11/05/2009
2nd time.PGCE13/04/2009
With Brian & Gavin.Dangerous Dave17/10/2008
Completed Sgurr Fhumar-thuill, Sgurr a'Choire Ghlais, Carn nan Ghobhair, Sgurr na Ruaichie + 2 Tops, 30km, 1690m, in 7.8hrJamesSDonald01/08/2008
Munro 229 2007 compleationancient brit27/08/2007