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Name:Carn Ealasaid
Hill number:602
Height:792m / 2598ft
RHB Section:08B: Cairngorms
County/UA:Aberdeenshire (UA), Moray (UA)
Catchment:Don (Aberdeen), Catchment Boundaries, Spey
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NJ 22769 11768
Summit feature:cairn
Col:636m  NJ246128  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL58N 404N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 301 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sick Kid11/08/2019
Climbed with Richard when staying at Aviemore. A quick run from Lecht. Not bad weather with the exception of a few heavy /short showers.amcculloch20/06/2019
From Beinn a'Chruinnich KeithByTheC13/05/2019
From Blairnmarrow via Lurg Mheadhonach. Snowfall 2 days ago meant a trek through deep snow and the ascent took 3h instead of est. 2h in snow-free conditions. It was very worthwhile for being in a snow covered landscape, very beautiful, on a still, sunny day. With Pete. See Beinn a' Chruinnich log for return route.pwheeler18/03/2019
Had to double back to Lagganlia for my boots that day. Good track up to the summit from Allargue though.iansm10/11/2018
Circular trip from Corgarff Castle taking in the nearby trig.BigJ26/06/2018
Lionel Bidwell19/04/2018
Susan Bidwell19/04/2018
Dee Rogers19/04/2018
Quick out and back from the Lecht passdavidpettit8402/04/2018
andrew brown16/12/2017
With George W.GHC. Weather clearing surprised its quite nice up here.Play2End29/10/2017
With AS, ES, CW and the Reids, from Cock Bridge.iks29/10/2017
With AS, IS, CW and the Reids, from Cock Bridge.eks29/10/2017
Clach Liath28/09/2017
A 7.30 start for a morning walk and the opposite side of the A938 in the afternoon. From ski station up ski slope to Beinn a'Chuinaich, Carn Ealasaid, Toim Buirach, Liath Bheinn, Carn Bad a'Ghuail and back to start by-passing first two tops.dickscroop24/08/2017
An improvised walk late in the day, after I found myself without the maps for various hills I had planned, and unable to find a map seller in Dufftown. From the Lecht via the seagull colony to Beinn a'Chrunnich, then to Carn Ealasaid and back. Stay high on the intervening ridge to escape the clutches of the peat hags. And, for variety, walk up or down the mountain bike route from the Lecht, avoiding more bogginess.Nick Down128/07/2017
Rambling Ray21/06/2017
A Peckish15/06/2017
Out & back from The Lecht Ski center. On own.MorecambeMonkey16/05/2017
With Nick Gibbsbatrigg14/04/2017
Simon Winton02/11/2016
elma spencer16/08/2016
1/2 From Lecht CP with ElizyanneGmacT13/08/2016