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Name:Glas Tulaichean
Hill number:424
Height:1051m / 3448ft
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NO 05106 76002
Summit feature:trig point
Col:667m  NO141774  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52N 387N
Observations:ground in 10m radius about as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 570 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Whilst bagging Simms.PGCE24/07/2020
Ascent from Spittal of Glenshee via Damunzie Hotel, disused railway line, and Glenlochsie Lodge. Track via Breac-reidh to Glas Tulaichean.raymooremanx21/03/2020
OMC day meet organisd by Tom Lockie, TL pick me and Neal up then drove to Dalmunzie Hotel, Trisha and Muarreen also came along. Sunny all day but quite windy. Climbed from hotel, via Gleann Taitneach to Loch Nan Run, then the summit of Glas Tulaichean and back to the hotel via the track and disused railway, 06:45 all in.chillyman821/09/2019
Tash very windy almost didn't carry onpigerg15/09/2019
Alan, Andrew, Gavin, Jane, Rick, Robert, TorilNHWC13/09/2019
4th of a 2 day 7 munro loop.honey badger24/08/2019
climbed after a long night with the dalmunzie golf club, no water packed, avoided golfing by climbingNHumes 04/08/2019
With Iain Cruwys, great visibility, dry warmTopsaswell16/07/2019
Bridge at NO089724 now replaced.richtea504001/05/2019
Debs and Tali, Circuit of Glas Tulaichean, Creag Bhreac & Creag Dhearg. Also did Creag a Chaise for good luck! From the Hotel, £2.50 for the parking and they'll call MR if you don't come back in 48hrsMountain Goat23/03/2019
with oleysa and vickilittle al02/03/2019
Circular from dalmunzie with DRodge24/02/2019
Second summit of day after Carn an Righ. Strong westerly forecast so approached from Spittal of Glenshee via Gleann Taitneash. Wind not as forecast but breezy - some low cloud and drizzle - very little snow - returned over Glas Tulaichean and walked out via Glen Lochsiewychwood12/01/2019
Anticlockwise circuit of the two Munros, Carn an Righ and Glas Tulaichean, from Dalmunzie House Hotel in the Spittal of Glenshee. Walked up good track then path to Loch nan Eun then the two Munros before descending on a wide track.welshyboyo05/01/2019
Cycled with Rob to climb Glas Tulaichean with Carn an Righ windy and cold but sunny weather. Stayed in Braemardavid.walker4006/10/2018
Climbed late summer's evening from Spittal of Glenshee, parking at hotel. Warm evening with great visibility.mcbboyd30/06/2018
Solo from Spittal of Glenshee by landrover track to summit trig, returning using the old railway line. Dry, windy, perfect viz. Still 30 snowpatches on nearby hills. 4 hours.alexmaclennan19/06/2018
From Dalmunzie via disused railwayprwild01/06/2018
On skis, from Spittal of Glenshee.clashcityrocker16/02/2018
With ChristineKeith9929/07/2017
With keithchristine9929/07/2017
AloneRob Pen y Garn15/06/2017
with Kirsty, Dad and Emily. Landrover track to top. Had to wade through 2 rivers!AlistairCarson29/05/2017
From Spittal of Glenshee via Glenlochsie to Glas Tulaichean, then on to Carn an Righ and return via Loch nan Eun and Gleann Taitneachkdbennett25/09/2016
Glas Tulaichean - Carn an Righ - GT north top (pt. 858). From Dalmunzie, via Glen Lochsie's scenic and easy track and railway bed. Tougher going to Carn an Righ, a lovely view of Loch nan Run from pt. 858, then a descent over grass to the path in Glen Taitneach that becomes a track. The footbridge has not been replaced, so getting back to Dalmunzie means cold feet or wet boots.Nick Down110/09/2016
From Dalmunzie Hotel a round of Glas Tulaichean, Carn an Righ and Glas Tulaichean NT.rhalstead25/06/2016
Hill 1 of 4amelialloyd06/09/2015
Round route from Inveray - From An Socachgandrew30/08/2015
Iuthain Bheag, An Socach and its east top,Beinn Iuthain Mhor, Mam nan Carn, Carn an Righ and Glas Tulaichean. Glorious day in remote country. Climbed Glas Tulaichean from NW: easy climb up short grass.Clive G12/07/2015
Solo from Dalmunzie HotelUisdean2523/05/2015
Dalmunzie Hotel-Glas Tulaichean-Carn an Righ-Beinn Lutharn Mhor-Mam na Carn-Loch nan Eun-Gleann Taitneach-Dalmunzie Hotel. On own.MorecambeMonkey21/04/2015
With Alan Brydie from Rools Royce bus. Again with Carolmunromurph19/04/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac22/03/2015
Bike to summit, left at top went to do Carn an Righ then came back to summit for a great descent on MTB - a bit bumpy at times as the track isn't that great!FCMark01/11/2014
Round of Glas Tulaichean, Carn an Righ, Beinn Iutharn Mhor, Carn Bhac and An Socach from Dalmunzie Hotel. Day 45 of 59 for all Munros. 32km, +/-2100m, 11 hours.PGCE25/07/2014
With GHC, Brian R. Clear and breezy.Play2End09/03/2014
With a friend. Cycled a little way past Dalmulzie Hotel before starting to walk. Along trackbed of old railway to Glenlochsie and up broadstony track to summit of Glas Tulaicheanvia nose marked as Breac-reidh on the map. Quite warm and tops clear. Continued to North Top, Carn an Righ and Beinn Iutharn Mhòr.pwbellarby29/06/2013
From the Dalmunzie Hotel (£2.50 to park but a very fine bar for a pint afterwards). Near the beginning where the track crosses the river look out for the line of the old railway track some distance above you and to the right to save yourself a tedious mile through boggy ground.Thruston24/06/2013
Aimed to do 2 but weather turned badSteveF06/05/2013
Adding old logsAngelaf06/05/2013
6 of 9: From Carn Bhinnein.ChrisR30/04/2013
With Gareth, Lindsey & Tom.Loz_mck25/11/2012
From Spittal of GlenShee. Biked it up Gleann Taitneach and climbed the east ridge. weather became cloudy and cold.Jhimmy09/09/2012
Walk through with Mattbasscadet23/07/2012
From Dalmunzie Hotel along the estate's old railway track bed then up hill road on S ridge, right up to summit dome. My penultimate Munro. Although I think hill roads diminish wildness, this one brought the final Munros occasion into a sensible size walk. Improving after wet and cloudy 3 days-just a bit of cloud touching the summit.pwheeler30/06/2012
Solo climb/MTB from Spittal of Glenshee. Good clear day with some cloud / low wind.amcculloch04/06/2012
Hot day - lovely cool breeze at the top. Iain & Tara, Bill and Colin, Neil, Peter and Stuart who went on to do Carn an Righ aswell. Lovely beer in the Dalmunzie hotel afterwards.tallblond27/05/2012
Done as 1st of 4 with Bob Allison and Dave Cowan running! Snowy and cold but cloud freeakmilne16/05/2012
David O +Chris Blake21/03/2012
? date - with Gordon & co from the stocketsbasscadet15/11/2011