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Name:The Devil's Point
Hill number:575
Height:1004m / 3294ft
Parent (Ma):521  Cairn Toul
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA)
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Simm, Munro, Murdo, Trail 100
(Tu,Sim,M,Mur,T100)
Grid ref:NN 97611 95108
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:89m
Col:915m  NN970953  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36 43
(1:25k) OL57S 403S
Comments:Added to Trail 100 list Jan 2020
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Run from Linn of Dee, Devils Point, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine, BraeriachHuwel20/08/2019
Epic day! Walked solo. From Linn of Dee to White Bridge and along Lairig Ghru path to Corrour Bothy. Steep climb up good path to Devil's Point. Great viewpoint. Returned to col and traversed at around 1000m contour around Cairn Toul and Angel's Peak to point 899m above Loch nan Struirteag. Hardest part of walk ... bogs and boulder runs (not recommended!). Over the massive Munro's Monadh Mor and Beinn Bhrotain to Munro Top Carn Cloich-Mhullinn. Generally easy walking over grassy and bouldery ridges, with occasional faint paths. Descend through heather, avoiding summit of Carn Fiaclach, to path on west side of Glen Dee at the Allt Iarnaidh. Long return to White Bridge (to cross) and Linn of Dee. Weather dry and clear most of day, but closed in after Beinn Bhrotain with a heavy shower and lowering mist. Total distance about 33km ... could be reduced by about 9km with a mountain bike to White Bridge! Took me nearly 12 hours ... due to late start I finished by torchlight!jamessteel10008/08/2019
With Marion from Linn of Dee, cycle to Derry Lodge. Good weather.Chris Blake08/08/2019
AlanP,AndrewG,ChrisT,GavinT,JaneO,KenS,RobertP,TorilFNHWC21/07/2019
GavinTheobald 321/07/2019
Robert Paterson21/07/2019
Toril21/07/2019
Conor15/07/2019
From Linn of Dee, MTB up Gleann Laoigh Bheag then out and back of The Devil's Point, Stob Coire an t-Saighdeir, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Carn na Criche.rhalstead19/06/2019
27th May 2019 GMC week Aviemore. Walked with Tressa & Bryn. Very cold wind -4 to -6 & hail stoned on top.jps66628/05/2019
Bike from Linn of Dee to river crossing below Luibeg bridge. Then walking - Lairig Ghru to 650m, Garbh Coire Refuge, NE ridge (Angel's Ridge)to Sgor an Lochain Uaine. Excellent ridge, easy scramble arriving at summit. Then Cairn Toul - Stob Coire an t-Saighdeir - Devil's Point. Descent to Corrour Bothy, walk and bike back to Linn of Dee. Great weather, 13 hour day. With Stewart Balmer and Jim Plaice.clashcityrocker19/04/2019
julianbarclay18/01/2019
taff14/09/2018
Tufty14/09/2018
Paul and Terri05/08/2018
added to Scottish 4,000s walk whilst rest of the group took a break at the colcolinfielding14/07/2018
JimT06/07/2018
Through Chalamain gap and up, round of 4, clear day then glenmore lodge.Rodge30/06/2018
Cycled part way from Whitewell then South through the Lairig Ghru & then a South to North traverse of the 4 Munros. Simply magnificent. On own.MorecambeMonkey28/06/2018
weaselmaster24/06/2018
Sick Kid24/06/2018
Gallovidian23/06/2018
Jon F08/06/2018
carole engel04/06/2018
phil10129/05/2018
arranmilne29/05/2018
Crawford Lindsay24/05/2018
wintergreen24/05/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac19/05/2018
Late ascent as only arrived at Corrour bothy late on Saturday afternoon, amber weather warning, -23 degrees wind chill and -11 on the tops. brutal.designrob17/03/2018
kitmacleod01/01/2018
buggerlugs20/08/2017
solitaryfellwanderer22/07/2017
Overnight in Corrour bothy. Very crowded. Weather on the walk In from Derry Lodge Was a bit grim. Walk up the Munro is fairly straightforward but had to abandon plans for Carn Toul etc due to onset of stormy weather.Chris Terrey 01/07/2017
roddycun26/06/2017
Driftwood20/06/2017
Solo. After Braeriach wild camp. neil hutton20/06/2017
Badders03/06/2017
From the Sugar Bowl car park climbed Braeriach over Stob na Laurige. I was convinced by a teacher I met part way that I should do the other Munros. So I went on to Carn na Criche, The Angels Peak, Cairn Toul, Stob Coire an t Saighdeir and The Devils Point. I then went down to Corrour and the long walk North on the Lairig Ghru and back through the Chalamain Gap. The weather was warm and sunny with cloud free skies I got burnt. Wildlife included Snow Bunting, Grey Wagtail, Red Grouse, Ptarmigan a Lizard near Corrour and a Roe Deer near the Wells of Dee. Walk distance about 23 miles in 11 hours 30 minutes. Tiring but great day. The plateaux is very special in the UK hills.isabelle31/05/2017
From Linn of Dee. Cycled to White Bridge, then up Carn Cloich-mhuilinn, over to Beinn Bhrotain, across to Monadh Mor, continued N to near Loch nan Stuirteag, then NE to Sgor an Lochain Uaine, then along ridge to Cairn Toul, Stob Coire an t-Saighdeir and Devil's Point, descending to Corrour Bothy, then return to White Bridge by track on E side of Deekdbennett28/05/2017
fmark28/05/2017
Lin of Dee, via White bridge to Corrour Bothy, Devils Point, Cairn Toul and Angels Peak. Return to Lin of Dee via Derry Lodge.gandrew28/05/2017
NHWC28/05/2017
DuncanH24/05/2017
an as part of 4000ft loop 45km 3500 mtrs climbKevthecat13/05/2017
Fi14/04/2017
scoob14/04/2017
tleach1219/03/2017
From Coire Cas - thru Charlemain Gap then to summit - continued Angel Peak, Cairn Toul and The Devil's point - then returned in dark up Lairig Ghru to start - freezing and some snow above 1000m - visibility mostly poor - 13hrs40wychwood17/12/2016
Climbed with Sergey on DMC trip to Mill Cottage. Superb weather.electricfox17/09/2016