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Name:An Cabar
Hill number:1091
Height:946m / 3104ft
Parent (Ma):1088  Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
Parent (SMC):1088  Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Munro Top
(MT)
Grid ref:NH 45046 66569
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:15m
Col:931m  NH451667  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 406 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Straightforward walk up from the Ben Wyvis car park. Solo.Dangerous Dave25/09/2019
1 of 10: From Ben Wyvis CP.ChrisR12/08/2019
Along road from Garbat car park, then up from Ben Wyvis car park KeithByTheC02/08/2019
On way to Ben wyvisLongwojo15/08/2018
Climbed with Baz C. 1st of 4 tops today. parked in car park on A835. Followed path up the hill. A steep climb. Warm with plenty of sunshine. Cold wind at summit.187lenny27/05/2018
bike from Garve, run from Garbat CraigW20/08/2017
Did with Ben Wyvis,Little Wyvis & Tom na Caillichduchally10/07/2017
From Ben Wyvis car park on A835, followed track up An Cabar, then on to Glas Leathad Mor, continued N, contoured past Tom a'Choinnich and E along ridge to Glas Leathad Beag. Returned over Tom a'Choinnich, descended towards Allt a'Gharbh Bhaid, following stream down to forest road, then back to car parkkdbennett07/07/2017
revisit for the tops, ben wyvis, an cabar, tom a choinnich, glas leathad beag, glas leathad beag west top.robertphillips05/05/2017
done when doing the ben wvyis topAristotle Chip27/03/2017
En route to summit of Glas Leathad Mor on the Wyvis ridge.liljonb27/03/2017
White out on topCapt Malbec02/01/2017
bike from Garve, run from Garbat CraigW02/11/2016
TD & CThis Dog23/08/2016
Climbed with Ben Wyvis.chillyman806/08/2016
ghaley30/07/2016
Ben Wyvis via An Cabar returning over Tom a'Choinnich.wozzat23/06/2016
An Cabar - Ben Wyvis - Tom a' Choinnich circuit returning via sw ridge. Last 1km back to forest track a little tricky due to felling. Lovely sunny day.garyhoney23/06/2016
Seemed to take for ever to get to this top, Midge hell on the lower slopes not helped by the rain. Cloud on the tops for most of the way no view from this summit but the day did improveLizzieG22/06/2016
With Tony, sun! cool breeze. Enjoyable approach along stream through forest. An Cabar-Glas Leathad Mor-Tom a Choinnich-Glas Leathad Beag to end of ridge and back. Moss amazing beyond main summits, very bouncy to walk on!zoob01/06/2016
Rare late winter conditions ascent. Tourist route, EMC club meetN.Morters30/04/2016
See Munro entryTopsaswell02/05/2015
Climbed in Complete snow cover, stunning!Ronald19/02/2014
with Kenney & CathJamesSDonald11/08/2013
A835 car park - An Cabar - Ben Wyvis - Tom a' Choinnich - SW ridge - A835 car parkdavidpettit8431/05/2013
Excellent path up from Garbat car park. A stone staircase for much of the way. Strong wind behind us helped.chriswatson23/04/2013
On descent to A835 from Ben Wyvis.campagvelocet31/10/2012
Up newly finish path, very popular toprhalstead03/07/2012
With Dad. First of two peaks today.mikejacobs10/03/2012
CraigW23/07/2011
Climbed up at night for the summer solstice to see the dawn. Shrouded in mist we never saw the sun. Started at the small car park to the south.DaiAlchemy20/06/2011
neil hutton27/05/2011
Hyperopic10/04/2011
Access up to wyvis and off via same route as weather very poormfel5703/10/2010
alone SheilaS23/08/2010
Bagged en-route to Ben Wyvis.jonglew16/05/2010
from the official car park up the tourist path and then a steep slog in deteriorating weather conditions to this toptorkm03/05/2010
sololittle al01/04/2010
New Year of deep snow. Came out to Wyvis hunting a good walk. Somehow parked off road, limited clearance of car parks, found the touristy trail well walked/skied and progressed to hill top easily on a beautiful crisp sunny day. Fine views 360 degrees. Third ascent, first w Jenxnordicstar30/12/2009
On way to my first Munro. Also done 15/08/2009HighlandSC01/08/2009
With Linda.grimjimm19/07/2009
With Jim.linda18/07/2009
self (Ben Wyvis)davidsbatty31/05/2009
Glasgow and Lancaster Weekend. Ascent with J Moss and others.alexmaclennan07/02/2009
From Aultguish Inn. Weekend at Braemore Square with Alan Greer and Trish Richardsonmunromurph29/08/2008
Completed Ben Wyvis + 3 Tops, 21.5km, 1350m in 6.3hrJamesSDonald22/08/2008
A very enjoyable climb on a hot summers day.DaiAlchemy20/08/2008
1 & 9 of 9: Out from A835 Ben Wyvis CP. Return from Ben Wyvis.ChrisR05/07/2008
second ascent on a misty, windy day. bit like my first ascent. bagged on the way to a reunion with a couple of club members who had not climbed it before.rum doodle 21/10/2007
Windy & bleakAJones29/08/2007