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Name:Creag na h-Eararuidh [Stuc na Cabaig]
Hill number:3937
Height:708.3m / 2324ft
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 68515 18994
Summit feature:cairn
Col:355m  NN680202  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL47W 368W
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Leica RX1250
Surveys of Beinn Dearg and Creag na h-Eararuidh.pdf
Comments:replaced hill 21 as Marilyn and Graham in December 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 166 users)ByDate of Ascent
Approached from valley to the west via footbridge across river just after small forest plantation on east side of stream.willyross21/07/2020
MMC walk starting with Kevin, but continuing on own over the 2 Grahams folllowing the same route as kdbennett. Sunny, windy and essentially dry day. 18k and 6 hoursalexmaclennan19/07/2020
Parked on the gravel bay E of Auchnashelloch bridge, stone-hopping over the Water of Ruchill to keep away from farm building during this time of social distance. A wall and a fence, a tussocky ascent of Sron na Maoile, then a pleasant ridge walk over Sron nam Broighleag, Creag na h-Eararuidh and Beinn Dearg. On the descent, a red deer fawn sprang from the long grass within feet of me and scampered away.Nick Down107/06/2020
Did our best to not get stuck in the cabbages down the bottom, but otherwise it was too bad despite the mist and strong winds.Alex C29/12/2019
Revisit, with AlexC, #3 of 3 from SE, good P E side of Auchnashelloch bridge, then via Dalchruin bridge. Descended by the P21 then directish grassy line to DalnathickRHW29/12/2019
From church car park in Glen Artney, E along road, down track past Dalchruin to bridge, then along tracks past Dalclathick, then heading across tussocky grass to S ridge of Sron na Maoile, over summit, along ridge to Sron nam Broighleag to Creag na h-Eararuidh, continuing to Beinn Dearg, descending N then down NE to corner of foresty plantation, over old deer fence and up slopes to Mor Bheinn outside new deer fence, reached summit of Mor Bheinn, returned to col, then up to Ben Halton, descended SW to join old quarry track (crossing new deer fence twice in the process), followed track until it turned E, then headed S initially on grazed grassland, then tussocky grass to sheepfold NE of Dalclathick, joined track round to bridge over stream, and back to car park by outward route.kdbennett26/10/2019
From the church carpark to Dalclathick bridge, then through bracken and grasses to Beinn Dearg. Along the ridge to Stuc na Cabaig and Sron nam Broighleag, before heading back via Sron na Maolle. Decided to make it a circular walk, so waked towards the footbridge near Auchinner, picking up tracks back to the main road. About 3.5 hrs.summitter22/06/2019
From church car park in Glen Artney, with Ellie dog.BLACKHILL10/04/2019
Parked by church at head of Glen Artney (9:25) and cycled to about 674183 (10:25). Steeply W up trackless slopes N of stream to end of ridge above, then NW to E ridge of hill. Lumpy ground led to summit of Meall na Fearna (12:05). Back down E ridge then steeply direct down to Glen (13:55). Crossed river nearby (NB there is a bridge unmarked on map about 500m north). Straight up slopes opposite to (relocated) summit of Creag na h-Eurauidh (15:05). Down by same route to road, bike (16:15) and car (16:40). Cloud about 500m and some drizzle earlier; level rose later but still no view from either top.dbb02/09/2018
Ben Halton - Mor Bheinn - Beinn Dearg - Creag na h-Eararuidh [Stuc na Cabaig] (pitched tent overnight by summit) - Sron nam Broighleag - Sron na Maoile from Glen Artney. Warm, with some rain and thunder.RobertP09/06/2018
Set off from Church CP in Glen Artney on a Sim,G,Sim,G,Sim ACW circuit. Some fine situations. A few minor tops between Beinn Dearg & this hill.ger15/05/2018
Not absolutely certain I visited this summit when I climbed the replaced Graham in 2010 so thought I better make sure. Turned out to be a pleasant climb along track from road end, across footbridge and up easy ground to summit. Great views south to Hill of Stake, Tinto and the Lomonds.AndrewFinnimore30/11/2017
On survey with Graham Jackson and Dave Marshall. Good descent SW from the col between Sron nam Broighleag and Sron na Maoile to a sturdy metal bridge and hence the track to the road. Galltywenallt26/10/2017
Circuit from church. Hill very dry - dry feet despite only wearing trainersdaviemore15/04/2017
Alone, circuit including Beinn Dearg from Glen Artney church.Grinner07/01/2017
A big day from tent up track from head of Glen Artney. A round of the horseshoe including Meall na Fearna, the Graham Creag na h-Eararuith and 13 graham tops. Had hoped for some bounding along on grassy ridges but only got those towards end, the rest a bit messy with peat hags, numerous bumps and tops with multiple claimants to be the high point. had some issues with the forest in crossing to south side, now partly felled and I thought I could work through the felled section on what looked like a track from above. Always a mistake, should have gone round west end as originally planned.A good day nonetheless.dickscroop31/07/2016
3 of 6: From Sron nam Broighleag.ChrisR23/07/2016
On previous climb the summit was Beinn Deargduchally05/05/2016
Solo. A round of a Graham, two Graham Tops and one Subsimm from the car park at Glenartney Church. After Sròn na Maoile descended to the col to the NW and found a path coming in from S or SW. Followed the path with deviations off it to visit minor bumps including Sròn nam Broighleag. Continued to summit of Creag na h-Eararuidh where there is a small cairn.pwbellarby21/04/2016
with Jonathan de Ferranti on a very windy dayvegibagger17/04/2016
Clockwise horseshoe round from Dalcruin.Topographer5717/04/2016
A good walk over both Grahams and all tops on the way.jenx16/04/2016
Curcuit of the two Grahams and tops from Dalchruin w Jenx. 5hrs in a ckear bright day with biting north wind. New deer fences but apart from one climb all have stiles.nordicstar16/04/2016
Horseshoe from church cp.ngthack05/04/2016
Solo trip; cycled in and climbed from the north. Notice on second gate is inconsistent with access legislation.Invicta1412/08/2015
MC JC MH HH IS DC MH BH O. Pre beer festival.Martin6608/08/2015
A pre-Gargunnock beer festival wander from Glen Artney with Martin66, JC, J, Smithy, Harts, Hunts & Otis. Left the road near the schoolhouse & followed track & paths to N side of Allt Coire Choire. I proposed a walk up the S ridge of Creag na h-Eararuidh & then on to Beinn Dearg. My brother wanted to go straight for Beinn Dearg, so everyone traipsed off after him. Mutiny was in the air by the time some of the less fit elements reached Beinn Dearg! So much so that everyone except me, J & Smithy went straight back down in the belief that they had climbed the Graham! We continued round the whole circuit for a great high level walk & bagged the Graham. The best way to do the round would be clockwise though, saving the rough stuff for the descent.NotReallyABagger08/08/2015
self. (summit was Beinn Dearg)davidsbatty26/01/2015
didnt do this one when i done beinn dearg last year should have,round of sron na maoile, sron nam broighleag,stuc na cabaig, from dalcruinrobertphillips20/12/2014
From Glen Artney, followed by Mor BheinnGallovidian31/08/2014
Climbed en route to Beinn DeargPaulineD09/08/2014
4 summit circuit from Mailerbeg (parking options)jimbloomer22/03/2014
Summit was Beinn Dearg at the time. Carried on to Mor Bheinn.duchally23/06/2013
On traverse of Sgiath a'Chaise, Stuc a'Chroin, Ben Vorlich, Meall na Fearna, Beinn Dearg and Mor Bheinn. With PK.amswanston02/06/2012
On route to Beinn Dearg (Graham)dscargill03/03/2011
climbed before Mor Bheinn. Also called Beinn Deargraffemeister03/01/2011
Visited this top which has since been resurveyed as higher with Iain Price on 05/09/10. Ringed with green highlighter on my map and high point so always tend to visit them, also probably made a circuit. Suspect I visited this first.tallscottishguy05/09/2010
From Dalchruin, clockwise round including Sron na Maoile, Creag na h-Eararuidh, Beinn Dearg and Mor Bheinn. Hot sunny weather, no problems.silverhow18/06/2010
After passing over top of Beinn Dearg and following the ridge WSWIsbjorn02/05/2009
Glad to have done the circuit with the switch in summit!N.Morters16/11/2008
Ascended from carpark in Glen Artney, heading for Mor Bheinn.JohnW07/04/2008
2nd time - 07/03/2016. - To make sure I had done it on 1st ascent, when Graham was on a different top.russell6111/09/2007
With Dave, MikeOik25/07/2005
did when climbing Beinn Dearggrumpy25/04/2005
Sron na Maoile, Sron nam Broighleag, Creag na h-Eararuidh, Beinn Dearg. From Auchnasealloch Kirk, along road for a mile to road end then up, back via Dalchruin.agentmancuso20/07/2004
AAMc Uisdean2515/05/2004
from Broighleag. to Deargarranc25/04/2003
Clear, snowy, sunny and good views.iangalbraith28/01/2001
From Meall na Fearna to Beinn Dearg when it was the Graham summit. Diary says 'The mist rose above Beinn Dearg making the finely formed peak visible from the, evidently lower, western top.Eddie22/08/1995
Crawford Lindsay12/07/2020
dave g03/07/2019
GavinTheobald 226/03/2019
Simon Winton08/08/2017
Sick Kid18/11/2016
Jon F30/10/2016
TONY DEALL09/05/2016
Johnny Corbett13/01/2016
Tom Mundell27/09/2015
Norrie Muir18/09/2015
Campbell Singer14/06/2015
Alan Whatley15/05/2015
Dave Geere05/04/2015
walk livi09/08/2014
ancient brit24/04/2013
Martin R16/10/2011
Dee Rogers24/09/2011
hill walker02/04/2011
Dave McG23/03/2009
Tony S26/11/2006
Denise 18/02/2006
3 kinnears26/06/2005
Gavin Theobald00/00/2003
Andrew Simmons04/06/2002
Lindsay M16/05/2002
Alison R06/11/2001
Colin Crawford06/05/2000
David Purchase02/06/1998
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