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Name:Carn Ban
Hill number:1074
Height:842m / 2762ft
RHB Section:15A: Loch Broom to Strath Oykel
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Dornoch
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NH 33851 87571
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:204m
Col:638m  NH324859  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437N
Observations:embedded rocks 20-25m to SSW and SW of cairn are as high
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 208 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Ban and Tharsuinn after cycling up from NE. Old path up from 355843, swampy in places, rises to 600m then series of small cairns up to main ridge avoids the worst of the rough ground and hags.Topographer5723/07/2019
2nd Repeatchalky195329/05/2019
tickchazzyboy1914/05/2019
Revisit. From Corriemulzie car park, Creag an Duine, then SB for the trig bolt, then acw circuit of Simms and subs. Lovely sunny breezy day.RHW19/04/2019
Walked from Black Bridge up Strathvaich and then excellent stalkers path onto the actual hill. Stunning views today - Western Isles, all the Assynt and Coigach hills, Ben Hope and Klibreck and south to Ben Rhinnes. Walked out under the light of the moon (and latterly my head torch). 11 hour walk but highly enjoyable.benalder28418/11/2018
From Glencalvie Lodge, followed Ridge south of Alladale river returned along Gleann Mor 22 miles round trip. My final Corbett.BLACKHILL27/05/2018
Bike & hike from Black Bridge. With Rod,David,Theresa,Colin & Jura.MorecambeMonkey30/06/2017
With M. Long (16km+) cycle from Black Bridge, then nice stalkers path to ridge. Storm on top, but otherwise weather mostly behaved.douglas_easton16/06/2017
A nice walk from Corriemulzie Lodge, along the track. The river was a bit high, but there's a wooden bridge, quite hard to spot, exactly as marked on the map. This attempt to keep my feet dry was pretty futile however, as the ground over Meall an Daimh Bhig towards the bealach below Craggan a'Chait is very rough and boggy! This is compensated by very easy walking over Carn Ban. It was a bit misty but enough views to make the whole walk very enjoyable. Since my feet were wet anyway, I walked back via the bothy, the track and through the rivers. The views of Seana Braigh and Coire Mor are awesome. Estate notes: the people at this estate are really nice! You can drive along the track from Oykel Bridge (carefully, it's rough), they provide a walkers car park and they reply very nicely if you email to ask about stalking - about which they seem to be very flexible, even though they start in July. The stalkers are very nice too when you meet them.Gill30/07/2016
Overnight backpack from Black bridge taking in An Socach, Bodach Beag, Carn Ban and on return the TuMP of Cnoc na h-Iolare just off the track running along Loch Vaich. Some rain and mist so limited views of the surrounding mountains.RobertP03/07/2016
With Will, night at Glen Beg bothy.Grinner16/01/2016
cloud rolled in just as I reached the summitoatcake02/06/2014
round of 3 meall a chaorainn, carn ban, and beinn chaisteil,cycled up from black bridge through strathvaich to deanich lodge.robertphillips05/10/2013
Biked up Gleann Mor from Alladale roadhead. An Socach, Bodach Beag, Creag Riabhach, Carn Ban (CB), Craggan a'Chait, CB S Top, CB Far S Top, degraded stalker's path down to NH355844. Sun, hot, horse flies in valley.jimbloomer11/07/2013
W Jenx, backpacked in from Calvie Lodge. After Beinn a'Chaisteill and Beinn Tharsuinn previous day camped by bridge at NH354840 (idyllic). Early morning up NW ridge of a'Chaorainn easy to top in clearing mists, before Carn Ban & tops and East ridge HuMPS on way out. Glorious views to Assynt hills.nordicstar08/06/2013
With MichellJamesSDonald05/04/2013
Cycled 10 miles from Black Bridge.Lionel Bidwell07/05/2012
alone SheilaS05/05/2012
selfdavidsbatty16/06/2011
Solo tripInvicta1403/06/2011
3 of 5: From Carn Ban South Top.ChrisR04/05/2011
With Kenny Summers. MTB from Loch Vaich. Chain broke on way backSpudGunn15/06/2008
sclater02/06/2007
Walked from Corriemulzie Lodge. On to shoulder of Craggan a'Chait, then gentle slopes to Carn Ban. Cairn on fairly level area. Fine views of Assynt hills on horizon. Visited the summit due S of here too.Aye Jimmy02/05/2007
Galltywenallt26/04/2007
MC JC. Cycled in from Black Bridge in smirry weather with a cold wind. Took overnight rucksacks and stayed in Gleann Beg Bothy. Had a good fire. Awoke to a beautiful morning with no wind and blue skies. Crossed the river and took a slanting line to drop the sacks off at Loch Sruban Mord. Nice walk to summit. Cycled back in rising rtemperatures. Sunburned in time for evening wedding!Martin6629/04/2006
Biked from Alladale- great views to west; Suilven etc 4 hr 45dmckeith02/11/2004
Day 3 of a Freevater/ Beinn Dearg trek. We walked from Coire Mor bothy to Glenbeg bothy above Toll Lochan, over Carn Ban, and down using an excellent path from Loch Sruban Mora. A logical link to get back to Glenbeg and our supplies finished up being a great day's walk, distance views on a cloudless day, Dunlins and Dotterels on the stony S ridge of the Ma and the crags just above Gleann Beag alive with Ring Ouzels. We could loose access to this wonderful area if a vanity project to turn it into a zoo for wolves is resurrected. Be vigilant!!pwheeler27/05/2004
used bike from eastIanHHill03/06/2002
Solo Uisdean2528/07/2001
Climbed on mega munro bag picking off the Beinn Dearg group and Seana Braigh.gman09/09/1999
from S top. Flat calm. What a panorama! All my old friends to greet me from Ghoblach, Stac Polly, Suilven, Wyvis, Fannichs, Teallach to S Bhraigh. At car 8 3/4 hrs- 27 3/4 miles.arranc02/06/1997
Round of Carn a'Choin Deirg, Badach Mor, Carn Ban and Meall a'Chaorainn from Alladale Lodge.Eddie11/06/1996
Corbett bagging: Carn Ban RHW05/04/1994
Cycled in from Black Bridge. Weather cleared to provide grand views.JohnW10/08/1993
M.R.Glenford03/08/1980
sclater01/01/1970
Solo from Black Bridge while staying at Ullapool. A very hard day, 34km bike on rough track and 24km walk also cold wind.iansmblank
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