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Name:Crow Craigies
Hill number:489
Height:920m / 3018ft
Parent (Ma):457  Lochnagar - Cac Carn Beag
Parent (SMC):479  Tolmount
RHB Section:07A: Braemar to Montrose
County/UA:Angus (UA)
Catchment:South Esk
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
(Tu,Sim,MT,Mur)
Grid ref:NO 22205 79858
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:37m
Col:883m  NO217805  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 44
(1:25k) OL53N 388N
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Acharn along Jock's Rd to Crow Craigies S Top, Crow Craigies, then round to Tolmount and Tom Buidhe, descending SE to White Water and the Shelter, reurning to Acharn along Jock's Rd. With JAS.kdbennett22/09/2019
Debs and Tali, Target of Tolmount & Tom Buidhe. Also Meall Odhar, Glas Moal, Cairn of Claise & Crow CraigiesMountain Goat30/03/2019
Ran out and back from TolmountHighland Days28/03/2019
Climbed from Glen Doll ranger station car park, up the Jocks Road, along with Tolmount followed by Tom Buidhe, 5.5hrs cycled in for the first 2kmchillyman814/09/2018
From Invercauld bridgePeterb07/08/2018
From Glen Doll car park, along Jock's Road. Solo.Dangerous Dave17/09/2017
With Angus Glens Walking Festival and Billy along Jocks Road from Auchcallater to Glen DollDanmawr03/06/2017
Munro Top bagging from Glen Clova: Acharn - Glen Doll - Crow Craigies - Fafernie - Cairn Bannoch - Cairn of Gowal - Craig of Gowal - Creag an Dubh-loch - Broad Cairn - Bachnagairn - Acharndavidpettit8416/04/2017
From Glen Doll carpark via Jock's Road to Davy's Brouach, Crow Craigies, Fafernie, Cairn Bannoch, Cairn of Gowal, Broad Cairn, Bachnagairn and a long walk back to the carpark in the last remnants of daylight. Bitter 40mph winds on the tops. With Mark and Hamish & Huey the springer spaniels.Saggers28/10/2016
C/W round of broad cairn, creag an dubh loch, cairn of cowal, craig of gowal, crow craigies, fafernie, cairn bannoch, carn an t sagairt mor, carn an t sagairt beag, carn a choire bhoidheach, top of eagles rock, creag a ghlas uillt,from cp at glen muick.robertphillips17/09/2016
From Glen Clova thence to Tolmount and Tom Buidhekdbennett12/06/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac09/07/2015
Jocks Road walk thru with Stonehaven Mountaineering & Hill Walking Club, made a short detour to summit for a new members first munro. Fantastic clear & warm weather. spotted 1 golden eagle Mountain Hares slowly losing their winter coats & wee fat Vole Frog & Spawn & 3 Jocks Road geocachesLizzieG19/04/2015
With TMD. 21 miles of walking across Jock's Road to Loch Callater and back via Tolmount summit. Difficult weather conditions!meltdiceburg13/04/2015
Cycled up Glen Callater, then Tolmount & then completed the Murdos for this area.Alastair S02/11/2014
Crow Craigies summit camp.Waterlog21/07/2014
not first timeclashcityrocker11/01/2014
With friend. From Spittal of Glenmuick on bikes to Glas-allt-Shiel. Objective: all Munro tops of Broad Cairn and Cairn Bannoch. No stalking today. After Broad Cairn and Craig of Gowal continued to Crow Craigies. The 1997 and earlier editions of Munro’s Tables have Crow Craigies as a top of Tolmount. However, examination of the contours indicates that it really is a top of Cairn Bannoch and that is how it is now regarded. Continued to Fafernie, Cairn Bannoch, Cairn of Gowal, Creag an Dubh-loch.pwbellarby06/09/2013
Done on a walk along Jocks RoadSteveF18/05/2013
8 of 10: From Tolmount.ChrisR29/10/2012
Adding old logsAngelaf16/08/2012
SMMC meet, with Nic Bullivant, Bill Bracewell, Dougie Tweedie, Dougie Allen and Liz Pattersonclashcityrocker26/10/2011
Hyperopic15/10/2011
A pitstop with a view this one as we lay in the sunshine taking in the great views before heading down into Glen Callatertorkm04/09/2011
After this, descended and up to Tom Buidhe. With Dad.AGWilliamson02/07/2011
KeithByTheC30/05/2011
self (Tolmount)davidsbatty05/04/2009
Day's solo cycle & walk - total sunshine plus much snow & icebarnz4817/02/2008
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit08/09/2007
Daywalk with Will from Glen Doll.Grinner07/07/2007
t109redcon03/03/2007
Alone after mum died. Needed some space and this place is special. SS27/05/2006
alone SheilaS11/06/2005
Straightforward walk out to the end of the grassy ridge to the south of Tolmount. yorkie27/04/2005
From Glen Doll, Carn an Tuire, Cairn of Claise, Tolmount, Tom Buidhe +1 Top. 26.8km 1250m in 7.0hrJamesSDonald13/02/2004
See Carn an Tuirc dbb20/10/2003
Crossed en-route to Tolmount from Glendoll.Windy Corner29/06/2003
first ascent, solo then met others on way, sunny, goc mini 2001, climbed on way to the clove inn from braemar.rum doodle 21/05/2001
With Jeanettedickscroop05/05/2001
Crossed on the way back to Glendoll from Lochnagar.Windy Corner13/08/2000
Galltywenallt27/09/1999
On a Ballater-Glen Markie-Glen Doll- Braemar- Loch Avon- Aviemore walking tour. Fourth day, three Munros between Davy's Bourlach (a rough shelter above Glen Doll) and Braemar. A good section, striding out over high ground.pwheeler15/06/1999
Solo. From Glen Doll car park along Jock’s Road. Above bothy I went off route and found myself too near the burn. I climbed up the hillside and rejoined the proper route to reach the summit of Crow Craigies. I returned on the proper route, noting that at the point where I went wrong it was not obvious that the path went diagonally up the hillside. The weather was good. I carried a heavy sack for training.pwbellarby20/09/1998
On a round of Tolmount, Tom Buidhe, Mayar and Driesh fron Glen ClovaPeterD16/08/1997
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL20/05/1996
Glen Doll, Jock's Road, then a beeline for Tolmount (already done). Across to Crow Craigies, then towards Fafernie.Aye Jimmy24/06/1995
Got this on the way downPlay2End29/08/1994
Solo Uisdean2503/06/1993
Glen Doll round from Driesh to Broad Cairn.Eddie31/03/1993
Stag Munro with Rod, Brian and Mike taking in Crow Craigies and dropping down into Corrie Fee. SS20/06/1992