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Name:Creag na Caillich
Hill number:167
Height:914.3m / 3000ft
Parent (Ma):149  Meall nan Tarmachan
Parent (SMC):149  Meall nan Tarmachan
Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Simm, Deleted Munro Top, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,xMT,CT)
Grid ref:NN 56288 37692
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:69.3m
Col:845m  NN 5652 3807  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Leica RX1250
Surveys of Creag na Caillich and Carn na Caim South Top.pdf
Comments:Removed from list of Munro Tops in September 2015; col height measured to be 845.0m; alternative col at NN 5656 3812 is 0.1m higher.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 285 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
daviemore19/11/2017
thekirkie pirate18/08/2017
lovely hill, lovely ridge.hils24/07/2017
Traverse of Tarmachan ridge, broken cloud, sunshine and patches of soft snow.RichardM12/11/2016
traverse from killin power station to the north end of lochan na lairige,meall dhuin croisg, meall dhuinn croisg east top, meall ton eich,creag na caillich,beinn nan eachan, beinn nan eachan east top, meall garbh,meall nan tarmachan, meall nan tarmachan SE top,meall nan tarmachan east top, meall nan tarmachan NE top, creag an lochain, cycled downhill back to the power station.robertphillips30/10/2016
AloneRob Pen y Garn05/08/2016
Tarmachan Ring.justin99928/07/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
As part of ridge walkStevend107/05/2016
Dave Geere30/04/2016
great ridge walk in snowiannotts10/03/2016
weaselmaster07/09/2015
Done solo. The only one along the whole ridge with no cloud. it lifted while in the last col. If I had done the walk two hours later I would have been able to see the whole route. Ambled back in the sunshine.Aimless Rambler16/07/2015
Complete Tarmachan ridge walk from Ben Lawers CP. another fantastic sunny day.Crib Goch11/06/2015
mcbiydw229/05/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac10/02/2015
bertbarnett12301/02/2015
alasdaircairns02/12/2014
Nick Down107/09/2014
alda01/09/2014
alda27/06/2014
Parked at 539353, up track then NE to Creag na Caillich and on round to Meall nan Tarmachan, then down Beinn a' Bhuic and on to Beinn nan Oighreag and Meall GhaordaidhGallovidian21/06/2014
cachristiso107/06/2014
Fine ridge walk starting at Meall nam Tarmachan with good vehicle track back to visitors' centre from disused quarry.jonglew01/06/2014
jabbott196825/05/2014
Remond01/05/2014
alanm20/04/2014
ns7917/11/2013
Craig6713/10/2013
Done with Bob and Davie in low cloud and drizzle. It was Bob's last Munro Top and we celebrated, but prematurely!Play2End14/09/2013
Part of Meall nan Tarmachen ridge walk with John P.SteveSmith13/09/2013
with scottrekThearlaichdubh14/07/2013
munromurph17/06/2013
carole engel09/06/2013
Mudskipper16/05/2013
wjdawson07/04/2013
richtea504030/11/2012
With Ian StewartColinmac200527/10/2012
captainslow23/09/2012
RobertP26/08/2012
FCL01/07/2012
christall23/05/2012
As part of Tarmachan Ridge walk. Has multiple tops but the first is highest. The continuing path traverses dodgily above a scary drop at one point - not recommended on a windy day; thankfully it was lovely weather.milngavie_kenny20/05/2012
BrianFish06/05/2012
rocket-ron18/03/2012
jonafras20/11/2011
Chalkie25/10/2011
Kevin2903524/09/2011
MorecambeMonkey03/08/2011
Driftwood31/05/2011