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Hill number:346
Height:1132m / 3714ft
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 46994 74620
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:722m  NN480732  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) OL50 393
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 486 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
1/3 - light wind blue sky day - walked in from western end Loch Laggan up track by Allt Cam. Crossed on stepping stones. Then ascended in considerable snow across Coire na Coichille and onto Sron Garhbe - then to summit.wychwood20/03/2020
Corrour New Year Trip - great weather!tleach1230/12/2019
Corrour Lodge (cycled from Loch Ossian YHA) - Meall Glas Choire - Mullach Coire nan Nead - Beinn Eibhinn - Aonach Beag - Geal-charn - Sgor Iutharn - Beinn a Chumhainn - Meall a Bhealaich - Corrour Lodge.Mark Jackson15/08/2019
From a camp in Uisge Labhair went up the Glen and ascended to the col between Sgor Lutharn and summit plateau (483744)and found a gap in the snow bank above. Crossed the plateau in thick mist to pick up the motorway a few meters from summit. After top followed the path west in heavy rain.mindlessflogger08/05/2018
Geraldine, Jo, LesChris Blake05/09/2017
Les Jo ChrisGeraldine Fardon05/09/2017
Dianne Scorgie, Diane Bruce & Sarah Williams Girls go BaggingLizzieG27/08/2017
From Dalwhinnie. Walk-cycle to Loch Pattack, track to footbridge near Culra, ascend Beinn Bheoil by north ridge, continuing south via Sron Coire na h-Iolaire to Bealach Breabag, up Sron Bealach Beithe and round corrie rim to Ben Alder summit, crossed plateau to col below Meall an t-Slugain and bivvyed in valley of Uisge Labhair. Ascended Coire a' Charra Bhig to the col at Leabaidh Chrasgach, then up Beinn Eibhinn, returned to col, up Aonach Beag, continued on to Geal-Charn, descended and walked out to Sgor Iutharn, then contoured round above Log an Sgoir to Diollaid a'Chairn and up Carn Dearg, descended NE to track between Loch Pattack and Culra, walk and cycle return to Dalwhinnie. With SD.kdbennett23/07/2017
With Steve, Steven, Rod, AndrewOik04/06/2017
From Corrour out along path then up to Sgor Iutharn. Traversed to do Carn Dearg then returned over Geal Charn, Aonach Beag and Beinn Eibhinn picking up first top ascent on descent. Long but cracking day.SS04/06/2017
SMMC Ossian meet, with Alan Young.clashcityrocker17/05/2017
Cycled to Culra, camp overnight. Carn Dearg, Geal Charn, Aonach Beag & Beinn Eibhinn & back to Culra then cycle out. 9 hours on hill + 2 on bike. Clear blue sky all day - glorious views. Route as per Walk Highlands.Norman Reid06/05/2017
With Norman and Elspeth. Camp at Culra. Stunningly beautiful, sunny and warm. After Carn Dearg.mn2306/05/2017
from loch ossian hostel round of meall glas choire, mullach coire nan nead, beinn eibhinn, aonach beag, geal charn, sgor lutharn, cycle back to catch evening train.robertphillips12/11/2016
Second of the day. Clearing mist.Play2End17/09/2016
On a long day from Dalwhinnie. Cycled in and out - Carn Dearg to Beinn Eibhinn.Roblex16/08/2016
Solo trip, with Beinn Eibhinn and Aonach BeagInvicta1425/06/2016
MTB from Dalwhinnie to Culra then a round of Sgor Iutharn, Geal-charn, Diollaid a'Chairn and Carn Dearg.rhalstead13/06/2016
Cycled Dalwhinnie to Culra then anti-clockwise circuit of the 6 Munros before cycling back to Dalwhinnie. On own.MorecambeMonkey06/06/2016
Round of the 6 Dalwhinnie munros from Culra with Rob Wight. Dry, breezy day. Initially low cloud but cleared so fantastic views when on Ben Alder. 10 hours.alexmaclennan08/08/2015
3 of 5: From Diollaid a Chairn.ChrisR04/06/2015
Clear Skies, bitterly cold wind later on towards the end of the day. Great views. Done the circuit with the long 'walk out' first so Beinn Eibhinn was climbed first.FCMark16/05/2014
Easter camp near Loch Pattack. Over Carn Dearg, Geal Charn, Aonach Beag and Beinn EibhinnGallovidian19/04/2014
Round of Beinn Eibhinn, Aonach Beag, Geal-Charn, Carn Dearg, Beinn a'Chlachair, Geal Charn and Creag Pitridh from Luiblea. Day 37 of 59 for all Munros. 36km, +/- 2600m, 13 hours.PGCE25/04/2013
Climbed with Jon. Cycled in from Dalwhinnie. Excellent clear day, blue skies with no wind.amcculloch01/03/2013
Cycled from Dalwhinnie to Culra and walked the 4 munros Carn Dearg to Beinn Eibhinn, returning via Bealach Dubh. Started 8:20am and got back just before 8pm after cycling back in the dark! Perfect sunny day, still extensive snow cover higher up, thankfully mostly firm, only occasional patches of softer/breakable stuff.jonbowyer01/03/2013
With Sgor Lutharn, easy walk after the arretenickywood102/07/2012
3rd of 4. Meander along ridge to bag 3rd of day, headed over to Lancet Edge for a look before descending to belach between Geal Charn and Ben Alder and following path to foot of Beinn a Chumhainn.bowzi20/06/2012
From holiday cottage at L. Ossian. Sunny and hot.iangalbraith01/06/2012
furtherst away munro of the day, easy going even though there was some snow. came back to the col for a quick descent. Very long walk out.tallblond22/04/2012
From Aonach Baegrobhenderson22/04/2012
With RH n conjunction with Bein Eibhinn, Aonach Beag. A further stop to take on food before we pushed on to the longer traverse to Geall Charn. We gave some thought on summit to extending our day to include Carn Dearg, sense prevailed we descended by threading Coire a Carra Bhig, steep descent on grass and along beside Uisge Labhair to bikes which we pushed and scooted to the bridge and cycled along the north side of the loch a smoother ride in ight rain. Relentless pressure to keep going sapped the last energy we had. A relief to have the bikes to cover the ground. We got back around 7.30 feeling that we deserved a carbohydrate meal - meatballs and rice washed down with tea and highland water. Mellowness descended as the evening wore on. TheHostel was full of Northern Irish discussants, a couple of Melburnian students, a traveler walking from North Wales who received a food parcel to support him.david.walker4022/04/2012
round of beinn eibhinn, aonach beag, gael charn, and carn dearg from corrour station cycled to 2 km past corrour shooting lodge.robertphillips02/03/2012
Ran most of it from Loch Ossian YHA until ripped sole almost completely off shoe so walking after I tied it back on with a spare lace!dickscroop01/01/2012
Scary looking hill if done the other way.Ok from the side I did it!akmilne01/09/2011
From Culrabasscadet29/06/2011
Shown as DD in Tables Book. Done from Loch Ossian cottages just before R Mosse funeral.Bookerdddd31/05/2011
Easily climbed from Carn Dearg although a bit steep in some places. Sunny, but windy.Jhimmy01/05/2011
Long ridge walk with cycle in from Dalwhinnie, with Mike C & Jim S - fine & sunny with dry conditions underfootbarnz4825/04/2011
From tent near Loch Pattack, up Carn Dearg, Geal Charn, Aonach Beag, Beinn Eibhinn, Ben Alder and Beinn BheoilGallovidian02/06/2009
Cycled in to Culra Bothy, 16.5km where stayed the night. the following day completed Cairn Dearg, Geal Charn, Aonach Beag, Beinn Eibhinn + 4 Tops, 25.5km, 1505m, in 11.0hrJamesSDonald18/07/2008
Easy stroll over from Sgor Iutharn. Great views on a fabulous day.signyred12/02/2008
Jim WilkinsonJonT10/11/2007
Solo.Dangerous Dave05/08/2007
Solo.Dangerous Dave04/08/2007