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Name:An Cabar
Hill number:1060
Height:559m / 1834ft
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 25735 64102
Summit feature:rock 5m NW of trig point
Col:308m  NH192628  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 436S
Observations:rock is about 50cm higher than trig point base
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 95 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A fine walk up from Strathbran lodge. Wonderful views.Peterb21/03/2020
Walked up the forestry track just west of Strathbran Lodge, then north east up to the top with fine views of Loch FannichSimon Winton25/01/2020
Bagging the trig. Came up from near Strathbran Lodge.BigJ23/01/2020
As N.Morters.Chris Peart03/12/2019
Ascent from Loch Fannich, very straightforward and really good views. Some snow showers.fasgadh06/05/2019
As per robertphilipps - on bright cold day. Easy walk, initially on tracks.willyross05/12/2018
Track through forest gives quick ascent on to boggy track towards loch. Then over to climb West Top and main summit. Rain came in on westerly wind.NormanW08/05/2018
an cabar west top and an cabar from near strathbran lodge, new track not shown on the map is about 300m west of the lodge, parked opp lodge on verge.robertphillips09/10/2017
bike/hike to loch fannich...lovely.hils14/07/2017
2/4. Completes Section 14.PGCE02/07/2017
1 of 2: From A832 layby at Achanalt.ChrisR23/03/2017
self. en route to Gairlochdavidsbatty16/11/2016
Evening walk from A832, large Layby west of Strathbran Lodge. 200m east newish track all the way through forest to mini hydro scheme. Quad tracks then easy ground to summit, thicker heather in places. Brilliant views down Loch Fannich, good sunset as I rushed to get down before dark, helpful track.N.Morters21/10/2016
Parked at roadside space near tge lodge where path comes down on map. Can get through that gate, and another with a conifer growing in it to use path from lodge up to hydro building. Then the track up to 300m intake. Old path to boathouse on lochan then a line across the hills to gain summit. A line back down more directly using the main burn line works well to gain the return track.nordicstar19/08/2016
Track to the boathouse then across to the top. Good route down by stream back to track.jenx18/08/2016
New track from W of Strathbran Lodge but shade would have been preferable. Old track continues for a while onto open moorland the going soon becomes soft. Returned along west ridge, a bit further but worth it for the views.Topographer5716/08/2016
From deer gate west of Strathban Lodge there is a new track as far as a newly built intake. Used the original path part of the way before diverting to P30s. Came back more directly to the intake.Martin R05/10/2014
Good track from lodge through trees then took direct line to summit, no paths, but easier than I'd feared.AndrewFinnimore29/09/2014
Solo assented from loch Fannich not a bad dayNozzer27/10/2013
Straightforward ascent starting from footpath at Strathban Lodge. Great summit views due to overnight snow on high ground and clear visibility.JohnW23/10/2010
Revisit date. First date not recorded. RHW26/05/2008
from W top. Loss of height over two grass boggy bits to top at 15.05. No cairn. Nearby rocks higher than FB.arranc06/06/2007
From Grudie power station, up the estate track. Partly sunny, good views, cold on top.iangalbraith26/03/2007
Up the track from Strathbran to the boathouse. The boat's too big to launch.Eddie19/02/2006
My 1500th Marilyn.RHW28/06/2002
carole engel26/09/2018
Gavin Theobald12/05/2018
Tom Mundell25/02/2017
sarah mundell25/02/2017
Trekking toes25/02/2017
Johnny Corbett01/07/2014