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Name:Beinn a' Chaisteil
Hill number:1096
Height:787m / 2582ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NH 36998 80101
Summit feature:rock 4m N of trig point
Drop:280m
Col:507m  NH411815  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437N
Observations:rock is 40cm higher than base of trig point
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 194 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
4 of 12: From Meall a' Ghrianain.ChrisR15/06/2019
Circuit of 4 Hills from Black Bridge (bike free).BLACKHILL07/05/2018
60th Solo. From Aultguish Inn to Black Bridge, follow track NW to weir, gain ridge at Meallan Donn and follow N to summit, descend W to Lubachlaggan and follow track out. Overcast but clouds above tops, a little light rain.RGibbs20/09/2017
With M. Staying at Aultguish Inn. By bike from Black Bridge, easy tarmac for first 4km, then good but stony track.douglas_easton15/06/2017
With Housechild and Vicky.Grinner09/04/2017
What a nice walk! And blissfully easy too. I took my bike along the track from Black Bridge, then up the stalkers path towards the hill. Beautiful views of the hidden coires of Am F***, Seana Bhraigh, and Carn Ban, Kildermorie hills/moors and Ben Wyvis. The hill top is gloriously easy to walk on, mainly short tundra and stones.Gill31/07/2016
Round of Chasteil and Chaorainn from Black Bridge. Cycled up to Lubachlaggan and up north side of burn, up Chasteil, down and across to Chaorainn.Topographer5711/05/2016
As described in SMC Corbett guide book: track from Black Bridge, stalkers' path up the SW ridge, and back down the ridge via Meall a' Ghrianain.davidpettit8421/10/2015
By bike from Black Bridge to Lubachlaggan ( 60 mins ) then to summit via north side of burn ( 70 mins), down to bike ( 55 mins ), Bike to road ( 45 mins). Total in good dry weather 3hrs 50 mins + stops.Bobf18/09/2015
Cloudy day with intermittent views from topoatcake23/06/2015
Up track from SE to just past forest then a round of one Corbett, one Corbett top, one Graham and four Graham tops. A good day if a bit windy. Got wet feet stepping into hidden pool when cutting through section of felled forest near end, otherwise dry!dickscroop25/03/2015
Loch Vaich very pretty, nice little ridge on top. Cold at summit. Company: Soloiandesbottes09/02/2015
Cannot imagine doing this without a bike on the long estate road. Do NOT cross the bridge on the tarmac road. Once you are up there is a lot of plateau.Martin R21/10/2013
round of 3 meall a chaorainn, carn ban, and beinn chaisteil,cycled up from black bridge through strathvaich to deanich lodge.robertphillips05/10/2013
W Jenx, backpacking in from Calvie Lodge. Pack near Deanich Lodge, then climbed Beinn a'Chaisteil direct, circled around tops to Graham Beinn Tharsuinn, and top back to packs. Camped by bridge at NH354840 (idyllic) before Carn Ban next day.nordicstar07/06/2013
With MichellJamesSDonald06/04/2013
Solo tripInvicta1401/06/2012
alone SheilaS06/05/2012
with Alex Thomsondavidsbatty04/09/2011
Galltywenallt26/06/2011
with Scottish Natural Heritage Stafflittle al01/04/2010
Alone to summit. Hazel MTB to footSpudGunn20/03/2009
Trig revisit. 35mi route from Glencalvie, including Carn Bhren and Chuinneag, and a selection of Graham Tops, on a brilliant clear sunny day.RHW05/05/2008
1 of 2: From A835 Black Bridge.ChrisR29/10/2006
From Black Bridge, Loch Vaich to Lubachlaggan, then up the hill. Seemed a fair way, but a mere roadside hill compared to the next Corbett up the glen, Carn Ban!Aye Jimmy01/05/2005
MC JC. Cycled in from Black Bridge to Lubachlaggan and ascended via old stalkers track not shown on the map. Climbed on route to Badachro.Martin6630/04/2005
Drove up from Aviemore and cycled up from Glascarnoch to nearest point in glen.IanHHill07/09/2004
Solo Uisdean2528/07/2001
Beinn a'Chaisteil and Meall a'Ghrianain from the track up to Loch Vaich.Eddie15/01/2001
Spot the air quality monitoring station in Strath Vaichgman09/09/1999
From Black Bridge. 2 miles to river crossing and left bike by shooting huts. Uphill sharply on N bank for 1200' to a col. Bee stung me caught behind sun glasses. To top at 12.35. At car 14 3/4m, 11m.arranc31/05/1997
Corbett bagging: Beinn a' Chaisteil RHW25/10/1991
Cycled from Strathpeffer and ascended in cloud from Loch Vaich via Meall a'Ghrianain, which was clear.JohnW30/07/1987
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