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Name:Carn Aosda
Hill number:438
Height:915.3m / 3003ft
Parent (Ma):428  Carn a' Gheoidh
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 13398 79155
Summit feature:small embedded rock on SW edge of cairn
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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From Glenshee Ski Centre ascent of Carn Aosda and on to The Cairnwell and Carn a’Gheoidh. Return the same route.raymooremanx27/09/2019
Clare, SteveNHWC12/09/2019
1st of a 2 day 7 munro loop.honey badger24/08/2019
From Glenshee Ski Centre (NO 13944 78092) - Carn Aosda - Carn nan Sac - Carn a' Gheoidh - The Cairnwell North Top - The Cairnwell. Navigation not too difficult, a mixture of good tracks and grassy paths throughout. Very windy during most of the walk, especially on The Cairnwell summit.david23020101/07/2019
carole engel27/06/2019
Done with Alex Kelso, Gordon Stevenson and the boysShibby22/06/2019
Isbjorn 3rd Round01/06/2019
With Jon and Housechild.Grinner-Munros219/04/2019
With Karen & BusterHighland Days25/02/2019
From Glenshee ski centreliljonb25/02/2019
From Glenshee Ski Centre, up Carn Aosda, round ridge to Cairnwell, return to low point on reidge and descent back to ski centre. With JSkdbennett24/12/2018
Tony J07/10/2018
Bet it gets as busy as Asda on a fine day :).Alex C07/10/2018
Last of Six Glenshee Monroes with AJ & AWFred Windsor22/09/2018
R and L's second Munro. With James, A & Nell- a cracking daypaddyirish08/09/2018
Glenshee 9 Hill Racequadbarrel05/09/2018
Creag Leacach (987m, Munro 158) Glas Maol (1068m, Munro 69) Cairn of Claise (1064m, Munro 71) Tom Buidhe (957m, Munro 203) Tolmount (958m, Munro 201) Carn an Tuirc (1019m, Munro 113) Carn Aosda (917m, Munro 279) Carn a'Gheoidh (975m, Munro 182) The Cairnwell (933m, Munro 245)Kevthecat05/08/2018
Climbed with Carn a'Gheodhie and The Cairnwell 3hours 40minutes all in.chillyman803/08/2018
Part of walk starting from the ski centre car park. Using walkhighlands route with Carn Binneien added.PsyCrow03/07/2018
Carn Aosda, Carn Aosda North Top, Carn nan Sac, Carn a' Gheoidh, Carn Bhinnein, The Cairnwell North Top and The Cairnwell. Another great day with great weather. From Glenshee Ski center.Alunrees3320/06/2018
4.6 mile walk from top of the pass taking in The Cairnwell, The Cairnwell North Top and Carn Aosda, raining when we started which then turned into hail, then dry for 20 mins with rumbles of thunder around until it started raining again despite this all summits on the walk were out of the cloud, nice to be back in Scotland!DanTrig09/06/2018
Sick Kid03/02/2018
With Carn a'Gheoidh and The Cairnwell from Glenshee Ski CentreGeoff Briggs05/10/2017
3 Munro circuit from Glenshee Ski CentreAjm031020/08/2017