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Name:Carn Loch nan Amhaichean
Hill number:1101
Height:697m / 2287ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 41126 75752
Summit feature:smaller of two cairns
Col:495m  NH409772  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
Observations:cairn 10m W is slightly lower
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 137 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
G and Aarthurwhittaker18/08/2019
Parking area just west of bridge near Inchbae Lodge up track to farm at Strathrannoch vague ATV track near Allt down from Carn Loch nan Amhaichean kepping south of Loch nan Amhaichean & across to Beinn nan Eun kept to north of Loch on way back. 9hours horrendous Wee Beasties still active in car next day.rogreeves01/07/2019
2 of 6: From Meall nan Sac. With Sam.ChrisR20/05/2019
By bike from the track opposite the Inchbae hotel.Peterb28/04/2019
Cycled from A835 to Strathrannoch, then walked up East ridge. Easy! Best weather of the week, 360 views. Afterwards, to Beinn an Eun, not so easy crossing to it.IanHHill19/08/2018
Circuit from Inchbea Lodge with Beinn nan Eun, new hydro road at Loch Bealach Culaidh.BLACKHILL27/06/2018
Biked to Strathrannoch. Up through new forestry. Most impressive pedestrian gates at both lower and upper deer fence. On to Beinn nan Eun.Campbell Singer18/05/2017
Started at the Ullapool Rd walk up Strath Rannoch to just short of the croft then headed up to summit.very cold wind on the summit, but apart from that a good sunny winter day in FebruaryNozzer12/02/2017
Loved the area, though annoyingly rough ground at times.jenx19/07/2016
Parked at Eileinach Lodge and cycled the full length of the loch to Wyvis Lodge. Past that and good cycling up the glen to next to the old waterfalls, now sadly ruined by an intrusive hydro scheme. Another branch has tirned the once fine stalkers paths into 4x4 superhighways. Steeply up onto BnE then rough ground in places in traverse to Carn Loch nan Amhaichean. Returned to valley and used the remains of the stalkers until industrial Scotland was rejoined.nordicstar19/07/2016
Strathrannoch circuit.jimbloomer29/04/2016
From Glen Glass via Beinn nan Eun. Perfect weather and cycle friendly tracks to waterfall made it a great day.Topographer5717/10/2015
1 of 3: From A835 at Inchbrae bridge. Bike.ChrisR23/06/2015
See Beinn a'Chaistealdickscroop25/03/2015
also done bne cycled along loch glass to waterfall below bnerobertphillips03/10/2014
Cycled to Strathrannoch and then stomped through the bog. The forestry workers quite friendly. Great views.Martin R24/10/2013
Solo. Ticking off Grahams and Graham tops. Parked at bridge near start of track up Strath Rannoch. Along track and then NE from Strathrannoch to a small lochan N of Carn Loch nan Amhaichean. Up north ridge to summit of Carn Loch nan Amhaichean. Continued to Carn nan Con Ruadha, Gob a Chairn, Carn Mòr NE Top (yes, I know it is not a Graham top) and Carn Mòr. Descended SW through gap in forest to road.pwbellarby20/10/2013
Solo. With BnE. Watch out for angry stalkers in september - prevented from continuing to Meall Mor.amswanston28/09/2012
Solo Uisdean2512/04/2009
from B N Eun. Gently down out of mist across stream to loch side. To rise on ridge and uphill on steepest ground today back into mist and to top at 16.45. 17m; 8 hrs at car.arranc24/06/2005
Self and SallyInvicta1405/07/2001
Walked in on tracks from the A835 at Inchbae Lodge to ascend from the west in low cloud. Descended east to Loch nan Amhaichean to head for Beinn nan Eun.JohnW27/06/2001
fine remote hill, view good to Wyvis else lacking contrast, lovely approach via L Glass. 548689 nr Eileanach Lodge - figure-8 circuit RHW23/04/2000
Carn Loch nan Amhaichean and Beinn nan Eun from the Ullapool road.Eddie11/05/1999
dave g29/08/2018
Simon Winton23/06/2018
Tom Mundell21/04/2018
sarah mundell21/04/2018
Trekking toes21/04/2018
Am Bodach18/11/2017
hill walker05/11/2017
Dave McG16/04/2017
Erik B16/04/2017
Sick Kid20/03/2017