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Name:Cam Chreag
Hill number:132
Height:862m / 2828ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NN 53683 49118
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:166m
Col:696m  NN521485  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 269 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With the Ramblersiansm05/05/2019
From Innerwick via track up Coire Odhar.davidpettit8420/04/2019
The best of the hills we'd done for the first time this week. More open views and not hemmed in so much by nearby hills, a great view over Loch Rannoch and Rannoch Moor. We came up Coire Odhar and the SE ridge which gave us a nice high level mile, returned down the slopes to the E to the shed- evidently the usual way- and were tempted by the path to go up Meall nam Maigheach before returning to Innerwick, quick walking down a good track. Innerwick has a large car park for Glen Lyon. With Petepwheeler01/06/2018
Walk up the track from Innerwick. good views towards rannoch moorNozzer14/05/2018
Biked down from tent further west then from NW a round of Cross Creag, a bit longer than planned as had to follow track round, could not get through forest, then easily south on ridge to Cam Creag. Then a big detour S as no feasible descent line to east from ridge due to remains of cornice and no axe with me. Meall nam Maighreach, the 640m+ subSimm and Meall nam Sac and back to approach track.dickscroop21/04/2018
Solo, from Meggernie car park. Grateful this morning for the nicely maintained toilets! Left the track to the 754m point on the ridge. Easy walk to the summit. Back to the cairn on Ben Meggernie (662m) with easy descent back to the track afterwards.Dangerous Dave14/04/2018
From Innerwick, long walk on track and followed by boggy and cloudy weather, damp and dreary top eventually reached.Jhimmy10/06/2017
Followed SMC Corbetts book route from Innerwick.ger08/05/2017
Creag Ard, Beinn Dearg, Meall a' Mhuic, Meall nam Maigheach and Cam Chreag from Innerwick. Spell of rain during second half of the route, but earlier some good views acorss to Lawers and Tarmachan range.RobertP06/08/2016
With ES by the usual route via the track to just before the shed and then up to the ridge. Mainly dry but still cold enough for gloves and hat at the top - July.Roblex12/07/2016
An afternoon stroll in between heavy rain. The standard route from the track was all snowed up, thawing and not looking nice, so I went onto the ridge earlier. This gives a bog trot, a climb up a steep, heathery nose, and then a really nice walk along the ridge/plateau which should not be missed (forget the standard route, which misses this). I headed up by the first sharp bend, but this isn't recommended, it just prolongs the bog trot. My descent route to the second sharp bend in the track is much easier, on dry, heathery drumlins/moraines.Gill01/05/2016
Better day than forecasted with Ron Wight, Holly and Lily. From Innerwick taking in 2 corbetts and a graham. 7 1/2 hoursalexmaclennan28/07/2015
From Innerwick, with mora.BLACKHILL27/03/2015
Ascended in good weather with terrible hangover. Great views to Schiehallion. Ascended after Meall Buidhe via Garbh Mheall and pt597 across rough tussocky and boggy ground (would probably be significantly worse following a spell of wet weather). Was going to take in Leagag and Cross Craigs, but hangover too severe to contemplate!raffemeister12/10/2014
my 100th Corbett. with Tess hill to ourselves. Quiet weather, very cold, soft snow above 2000ft. A great hill for views: B Alder, Lawers, Dorain, M Ghaordie. Up from Innerwick by track, descended towards Gallin. Ptarmigan and deer, no sheep.niallp25/11/2013
Enjoyed the walk to this peak and the peak itself. Set off from Bridge of Balgie area. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes06/10/2013
Up the track from Innerwick, then returned via Meall a ' Mhuic.Alan20/06/2013
From Innerwickbowlesy30/05/2013
From Loch an Daimh over Creagan nan Gobhar to Cam Chreag, then on to Meall BuidheGallovidian29/03/2013
solo - from car park in Glen Lyon up estate track with bicyclepeterstanding04/05/2012
round of beinn dearg, meall a mhuic, and cam chreag.robertphillips12/01/2012
selfdavidsbatty28/11/2011
After Meall Buidhe and Stuchd an Lochain. A gentle and boring ascent - lots of heather and peat. Nice summit though. Alone with fantastic weather again.AGWilliamson25/07/2011
First of three north of Innerwick. A nice track leads most of the way to the summit, after that the heather and grass are short.Topographer5720/06/2011
From Memorial car park at Innerwick following the track alongside the Allt a'Choire Uidhre crossing it twice on good bridges, to the corrigated hut complete with picnic bench at NN548 488. Before the hut a track heads up to the ridge to come out at a smaldscargill02/06/2011
Alone, from Glen Lyon.Grinner05/06/2010
heavy snow, couldnt manage beinn deargbuggerlugs14/02/2010
3 of 3: From Innerwick.ChrisR12/06/2009
W Jenx, Breadalabane hostel! Single hill out and in from car park.nordicstar02/05/2009
With Valmike.hoult24/05/2008
Parked at Innerwick and long track to tin hut at end. Bit of a flog up the slope in snow from there.Aye Jimmy01/03/2006
Galltywenallt04/10/2005
CK, Jonski SheilaS27/03/2005
Wild day over two Corbetts.douglas_easton19/03/2005
Cam Chreag (NN 537490) S/F NN587475 Calm, cold, patchy snow, showers, cloudbase >2500, brokenJohn Young01/02/2004
MC JC. Forgot the map! From Innerwick with Beinn Dearg. Hard ground with icy path. Dry snow on dround with 2' depth on top 500'. Followed ridge from S to N beyond summit. Good views to Alder, Mamores, Lawyers and beyond. Two eagles circling Meall nam MaigheachMartin6617/12/2000
Combined this one with another up Glen Lochaygman09/09/1999
Solo Uisdean2520/09/1998
On bulldozed track uphill through forest. Red squirrel. Over stream and due W up valley. Across snow line by stalking hut. Hare tracks. Snow shower. Plod uphill. Visibility 50m on flatter area of wide ridge. Into wind with snow in face to top at 12.15. No view.arranc16/04/1998
sololittle al28/02/1998
From Loch an Daimh up to Meall Buidhe then on to Cam ChreagGallovidian22/02/1998
Solo trip; my 100th CorbettInvicta1416/10/1997
Sunny, snow, good views.iangalbraith09/03/1997
Solo walk. From Innerwick. I walked westwards along the road to reach the main entrance to Meggernie Castle. I struck north up the hillside through youngish trees, following deer tracks not difficult. I reached Ben Meggernie and went west and then NW to reach the summit of Cam Chreag. I returned the same way to begin with, but then went down the southern slopes of Coire Odhar, joining the track near Allt a Choire Uidhre low down. I followed the track to the road treacherous with ice.pwbellarby03/01/1997
Solo - Weekend trip to Bridge of Balgie with Dytch's Jack etcdonmeister10/10/1996
Corbett round of Beinn nan Oighreag, Cam Chreag and Meall nam Maigheach from the Gallin.Eddie02/04/1995
w/e to Edinburgh. Borrowed friend Tony's car and drove out alone for a running bag of snow topped Munros /Corbetts on short cold blustery winter's day.Packed a lot in.Chris Pearson03/12/1993
Route 37 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit15/02/1993
Ascended in cloudy conditions with lying snow.JohnW27/10/1992
Up Cam Chreag, then picking up Ben Ledi on the way south RHW18/06/1988