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Name:Creag an t-Sithein
Hill number:449
Height:634.4m / 2081ft
Parent (Ma):441  Ben Vuirich
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Submarilyn, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 03186 65823
Summit feature:no feature
Col:486.4m  NO 02405 66978  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 43
(1:25k) OL52S 387S
Observations:pencil cairn 80m N at NO 03166 65899 is 0.6m lower; small cairn 40m S at NO 03204 65781 is 7cm lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Creag an t-Sithein (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Straloch Hill up the west side of the big wood to the top Then on to Bad an TuircSimon Winton07/05/2020
From Dalnavaid via Gurlet, Crungie Clach, and Bad an Tuirc, glad of frozen ground. Descended to Tarvie. 14k.NormanW10/01/2020
Second walk of the day, biked down from tent at head of Glen Fearnach and straight up and down, first along forest edge and then picked up a nice grassy track not marked on map (starting from the one that is)which took me all the way to the top.dickscroop17/05/2019
9 top round from layby west of track to straloch house, straloch hill, creag an t sithein, bad an tuirc, cnoc dubh, crungie clach, crungie dubh, gurlet north top, gurlet, ben skievie, down track to tarvie to collect bike and short cycle back to the car.robertphillips05/05/2019
Solo trip from Straloch where it is still possible to park at the old primary school. The SE ridge is a quick ascent, and an ATV track leads north and down to a hut where a wall crosses the Estate track at NO035669, which is a pleasant return route.Invicta1418/06/2018
Two day trip taking in Creag an t-Sithein, Bad an Tuirc, Carn Dubh, Ben Vuirich, Meall Daimheidh, Beinn a Chruachain, Creagan Uaine, Blar Achaidh and Creag Dubh-leitir from A924 at Stralochhill walker18/05/2018
From Straloch, followed the edge of the forest up the SE ridge. Ground mostly dry and firm but above the top of the forestry the heather becomes long.Topographer5727/10/2017
Up and down from the north corner of the wood in Gleann Fearnach, NO 041 680. Boggy for first 500 metres then faint track from the lunch hut. All Three summit lumps.Eddie28/08/2017
Parked along the minor road north of Straloch. Followed the line of the forest to near the top, which is a good viewpoint.JohnW28/08/2015
fine summit; tall cairn just to N. RHW24/03/2003
Alan Whatley04/02/2011
Lindsay M31/05/2010
Rod M31/05/2010
Gavin Theobald02/08/2009
Colin Crawford23/03/2005