|Height:||817m / 2680ft|
|RHB Section:||09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath|
|Catchment:||Catchment Boundaries, Lochy, Ness|
|Watershed:||Inner Moray Firth, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Greater Loch Linnhe, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett|
|Grid ref:||NN 34999 96618|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 34|
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|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 227 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From tent at Bridge of Tilt a fine round of what turned out to be 10 assorted tops as ground got easier as I went on after a boggy early couple of tops: Meall a Chomhiain; Doire Baineir; Bein Bhanl; Carn na Larach; Carn Dearg North; Glas Charn; Meallan Odhar;Carn Dearg South; Carn Dearg Beag; Glass Bheinn.||dickscroop||07/09/2018|
|TGO Challenge 2018||twg27||15/05/2018|
|With Debs||Mountain Goat||27/09/2017|
|It’s a lovely walk up Glen Turret, and good to find an old-fashioned stalker’s path at the end of the landrover track. There’s a bridge over the Allt Eachach, and the path goes right up the glen. It’s the topmost path, not the sheep tracks, and, although faint, it’s marked with small cairns (note to cairn kickers: leave them alone, they’re historic monuments, put there by shepherds and stalkers). Leaving the path, a rising traverse on rough stuff gives tough going to the mossy top of big Carn Dearg. Down is also rough, with gruesome peat hags at the col, but the climb to little Carn Dearg is on easy grass. Seriously cold and windy, with snow, so very glad of a super-fast climb, for warmth. A brief huddle by the cairn and off down to Sron a’Ghoill on easy ground, then a descending traverse to the path. On removing the cag at the path, I was amazed to find water pouring out of the cuffs of the Buffalo. That’s some wet then!||Gill||13/04/2017|
|CDMC meet with Jojo Neff.||clashcityrocker||05/02/2017|
|Circular from nr Brae Roy Lodge with Chris Watson, Dugslaw, Lionel B & Steve G.||Smudge||20/03/2016|
|A circular walk from nearr Brae Roy Lodge with Chris Watson, Smudge, Lionel Bidwell & SteveG up to 817m Carn Dearg then Meallan Odhar before our second 768m Carn Dearg.||Dugswell2||20/03/2016|
|From end of Glen Roy, as below.||Lionel Bidwell||20/03/2016|
|Carried on to Carn Dearg South||duchally||08/04/2015|
|Good day cold wind good views||Nozzer||02/06/2013|
|From Luib-chonnal bothy. See my blog post for more details: <a href="http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/05/the-carn-deargs-of-glen-roy.html" target="_blank">http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/05/the-carn-deargs-of-glen-roy.html</a>||alistairpooler||15/05/2013|