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Name:Cnap Cruinn
Hill number:332
Height:742m / 2434ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NN 30287 77477
Summit feature:small cairn on rock rib
Drop:245m
Col:497m  NN290768  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 392
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 142 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Beinn Chlianaig and E top, Cnap Cruinn from Glen Spean. Fresh snow, plent of old hard snow and whiteout conditions on the tops.RobertP03/04/2018
Round of Sgurr Innse, Cruach Innse and Cnap Cruinn from Coirecoille.Topographer5708/08/2017
Solo, from Monessie.amswanston30/07/2017
A round of five tops from the small but cosy Lairig Leacach bothy with good company and a warm fire on the second night. North along valley until opposite an easier line up Cruach Innse dropped down east without problem to take in Beinn Clunaig and Cnap Cruinn before heading back towards Sgurr Innse. Had walked almost right round this by now without seeing an easy line so just tackled the SE side by what looked like the easiest line which worked out OK. Then easily up Stob Coire Easain West top and back to the bothy. A very good day.dickscroop22/10/2016
NUFWAS Easter at Glen Spean hostel. With Phil, Jon, Mark, Hannah, Andy, Tallie, James and Suz.Grinner27/03/2016
From Monessie via gorge walk with Jenx. Thereafter straightforward past farm and straight up hill. Visited the three other Tops in a loop. Fine day of bright sunshine.nordicstar17/03/2016
Turned out to be a much better hill than expected. Inversion/ bright sunshine made for great views, especially from the top looking south to the Corries, Inses etc all still snow covered. Monessie gorge also very pretty.jenx17/03/2016
From Inverlair. Up through forest and then to summit over rough open ground. Winter conditions.benalder28408/03/2016
selfdavidsbatty22/03/2015
Did after Cruach Innse & Sgurr Innseduchally27/08/2014
With Goofif as she was on the TGOC we walked from Spean Br. to Fersit. Not always on a proper path. Interesting puggy railway.Martin R13/05/2014
Climbed in low cloud and consistant rain. Still heavy snow on those of the surrounding hills I could see.theczernobog05/05/2013
Cnap Cruinn (NN303775) S/F NN 252806 Another perfect day! Sunshine with no cloud at all but extremely cold wind. First time I've climbed in both jumber and coat since I can't remember. Snow from 400m in broken drifts. Some soft but others hard and glassy and impossible to pass without crampons. Had to change direction on route of ascent to avoid one such drift. Long walk across summit ridge which would be tricky in fog.John Young01/04/2013
round of cruach innse,squrr innse, and cnap cruinn from corriechoille.robertphillips26/10/2012
Solo Uisdean2505/06/2012
AloneSpudGunn09/08/2009
Very small cairnsignyred12/02/2007
Ascended from Coire Laire on a sunny day.JohnW27/06/2005
During a wet week. Intermittent rain, cool, good views, drifting cloud, some on tops, some in valleys.iangalbraith14/09/2004
From Inverlair. Up through forest to end. Coffee. Very wet slog over heather to a cairn and final 150m to top at 11.50. No view - mist.arranc27/06/2003
Blisco25/06/2002
Self and SallyInvicta1428/06/2001
Steep dersent of the eastern side of Cruach Innse before crossing the boggy ground between the two tops. yorkie26/10/2000
fine summit, ascent from tk boggy then steep heather. Inverlair 339797, forest tk to 319782 then direct ascent RHW02/01/1999
After supporting winter Ramsey on the Eassains.Eddie31/01/1998
BlackPanther08/10/2017
alda18/04/2017
bertbarnett12313/03/2017
weaselmaster08/10/2016
Sick Kid08/10/2016
marsdavs26/06/2016
IanHHill27/05/2016
weaselmaster09/04/2016
salen29/03/2016
Gallovidian20/03/2016
foggieclimber02/01/2016
anne336625/11/2015
Dave McG21/11/2015
Erik B21/11/2015
NormanW03/11/2015
Winterfloodian02/06/2015
JulieB24/05/2015
WokingMike24/05/2015
nicolajane09/04/2015
BrianJ25/01/2015
Tom Mundell02/07/2014
Trekking toes02/07/2014
h3cla31/05/2014
rogreeves22/05/2014
Isbjorn04/03/2014