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Name:Carn Aosda
Hill number:438
Height:915.3m / 3003ft
Parent (Ma):428  Carn a'Gheoidh
Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur)
Grid ref:NO 13398 79155
Summit feature:small embedded rock on SW edge of cairn
Drop:120m
Col:795m  NO127785  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52N 387N
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Carn Aosda.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 572 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
GMnIdris02/08/2017
Again third of the day. lovely.Play2End18/06/2017
Climbed with WC, JK, MD, JD, AM & DW. 3rd and final for the day. Short day, had to catch flight back home via Inverness.AC-OFWC08/05/2017
With James.Aimless Rambler20/11/2016
Solo. From the car park at Glenshee Ski Centre. Up towards the col between Carn Aosda and the Cairnwell and so to the summit of Carn Aosda. Mostly tracks rather than paths as the OS 1:25,000 map would suggest. Continued to the North Top and then the Cairnwell.pwbellarby26/08/2016
SMHC monthly walk. We made great time on the other 2 munros too cold to stop for long so made the wee detour to this summit. Great views, but very cold. Lots of snow patches still lying about.LizzieG17/04/2016
On skis, tour of Cairnwell, Carn a'Gheoidh and Carn Aosda.clashcityrocker19/03/2016
From ski centre car park as round. Glorious sunshine and consolidated snowemily07/03/2016
Easy to summit from ski center follow the chair lift.Aristotle Chip29/12/2015
The three Cairnwell Munros, by the Walk Highlands route. Added a couple of minor tops which were just off the route and extended west to Carn Bhinnein.Crib Goch20/10/2015
Hill 4 of 4. Back to the ski centre then biked down the road to collect car from Baddoch.amelialloyd06/09/2015
9 - 2 hour jog around the Cairnwell 3 from the Glen Shee Ski car park. In clag almost the whole way.huwthomas31/07/2015
Third Munro of the day. A nice sit down at the top behind a makeshift stone dyke shelter. Very short direct descent to the car park. stopped by J & K's on the way home for a cup of tea and cheesecake and homemade icecream.GravelMonkey11/07/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac09/06/2015
Tashas first munro +2pigerg25/05/2015
The Cairnwell / Carn a' Gheoidh / Carn Aosda ski tour from GlensheeJim Cooper19/01/2015
Solo Uisdean2523/12/2014
First time on new skis.clashcityrocker16/12/2014
With Alasdair. Walked from Glen Shee Ski centre to Spittal of Glenshee via Cairn Aosda,The Cairnwell, Carn a' Gheoidh, Beinn Iutharn Mor and Carn Bhac returning along Gleann Taitneachraffemeister31/08/2014
Glenshee 9 Hill Racegandrew03/08/2014
Round of Cairn an Tuirc, Cairn of Claise, Glas Maol, Creag Leacach, Cairnwell, Carn a'Gheoidh and Carn Aosda. Day 44 of 59 for all Munros. 24km, +/-1400m, 8 hours.PGCE24/07/2014
Cairnwell, Carn a Gheoidh, Carn Aosda together - route as per SMC book. Blue sky, in snow from c. 800m. Glorious.Norman Reid10/11/2013
Solo.Dangerous Dave04/10/2013
Number 263. With Richard, back up hills on a very windy day.Al-get-there01/07/2013
with Dinnyemma702710/05/2013
Stockets walk - drizzlebasscadet01/04/2013
Round of 3 from the ski centre. Lots of hares, still in their winter whites and also ptarmigon.tsharp06/04/2012
It was my fourth day skiing at glenshee and I knew that carn Aosda was a Munro so I went up the lift and hiked up the remaining 60 metres in my ski boots.Arran06/04/2012
done with Cairnwell and Carn'a GheoidhAngelaf27/03/2012
Done as part of Cairnwell 3SteveF27/03/2012
David O +Chris Blake19/03/2012
dazza499420/11/2011
From the Ski Centre up to Carn Aosda then Cairnwell finishing on the unspoilt Carn a'Gheoidh.rhalstead20/06/2011
from the ski centre carn aosda, carn a gheoidh, and the cairnwell.robertphillips08/04/2011
robertgn01/02/2011
done with the cairnwell and carn a gheoidhbuggerlugs25/07/2010
Self, Cairnwell, Carn a'Gheoidh, Carn AosdaJamesSDonald02/04/2010
Easy climb up from Glenshee ski centre as part of winter skills dayArte Et Labore04/03/2010
Heavy snow. Climbed with The Cairnwell.Claire08/02/2010
On my way home i stopped off at the glenshee ski car park and quickly bagged carn aosda and the cairnwell without too much difficultymattwilde6604/11/2009
Saturday - EUHWC Braemar tripBronagh03/10/2009
MC JC.Martin6627/09/2009
With EJS - while the GlenShee 9 hill race was under way...Roblex09/08/2009
With Rod, John, Grant and Andrew (who didn't do Carn Binnein) on walk through from ski grounds to Inverey where we were staying. Rod and John did An Socach too. SS09/06/2009
A quick jaunt around 3 munros started with this one with the memorable walk up through the ski clutter :-(torkm03/05/2009
6thThearlaichdubh20/04/2009
With MarkB. Sunny, but very cold wind.grimjimm11/04/2009
With Jim M.bowzi11/04/2009
wintry and poor visibility. Snow about 18 inches to two foot Done as part of the three.akmilne28/01/2009
Done as group of three with Avril and Alanmunromurph01/01/2009