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Name:Cnoc Fraing
Hill number:644
Height:745m / 2444ft
Parent (Ma):636  Geal-charn Mor
Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Submarilyn, Graham Top
Grid ref:NH806143 (est)
Col:603m  NH810125  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Round of Cnoc Fraing. South Top, Cnoc Fraing South Top and Geal-charn Mor from the top of the Burma Road after cycling up from Lynwilg.Eddie12/04/2016
See Geal Charn Mordickscroop18/10/2015
From Scripture Union houses @ 1k north of bridge at Llnwilg. High cloud, sharp wind but good viewsiangalbraith23/05/2015
After ascending Geal-charn Mr and Carn an Suilean Dubha. Continued over much heathery ground to Cnoc Fraing South Top and Cnoc Fraing. I descended E to join a path shown on my OS 1:50,000 map. This path is somewhat south of Burma Road and is not in good condition. It is boggy and in parts vaguely defined. It joins the Burma Road, which I followed down to Lynwilg.pwbellarby20/05/2012
ran with colin d and pete wardtom smith07/03/2009
fine summit; dullish view (hazy). from Lynwilg RHW31/05/2003
Gavin Theobald16/04/2015
Alan Whatley14/03/2014
Colin Crawford22/04/2005
David Purchase25/05/1998