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Name:Carn na h-Easgainn
Hill number:646
Height:617m / 2024ft
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Findhorn, Catchment Boundaries, Nairn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 74392 32072
Summit feature:no feature 40m SSE of trig point
Col:444m  NH710276  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) OL60 418
Observations:ground 40cm above flush bracket of trig point (NH 74382 32107); knoll 4m S of trig point is c 50cm lower
Survey:Abney level/KR 2x Hand Level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 236 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
1 & 3 of 4: Out from Lynebeg. In cloud at the top. Return from Beinn nan Cailleach. Lunch in the bothy. Cloud had cleared 5 mins after we passed the bothy on our outward leg. Weak sun as we ate. Then clouded over again. With Sam.ChrisR24/12/2019
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Up the track from Lynebeg, easy estate track. You can park at the water reservoir but I park before the cattle grid near the houses. Absolutely no view from the trig point as in cloud. However it didn't rain and it wasn't anywhere near as cold as it has been so very happy.thejackrustles22/11/2019
Track from Lynebeg. Great viewpoint with a lot of cloud inversion in the distance, especially to the west. Light, patchy snow cover at top.mcbboyd16/11/2019
With IR, led by Lynn, from Dalmagarry.Maggie07/09/2019
With Gill, Alex & Adrian after Sharen's 1000th trig celebrations on Corryhabbie Hill.Tony J06/10/2018
An easy stroll up the track from Lynemore in the sunshine with Alex, Tony and Adrian. Splendid views.Gill06/10/2018
Very enjoyable quick hill to fill in the rest of the afternoon with after Sharen Kingham's event on Corryhabbie Hill.Alex C06/10/2018
From Lynebeg. 1 HR 10 minutes there and back.Longwojo14/08/2018
G and A , Katearthurwhittaker12/08/2018
Up bulldozed track from Lynemor.ngthack07/06/2018
With Dave Roeder. Parked at Lynebeg (14:15) and followed track to summit. Lots of windmills. Some drizzle, some sun. Finish 16:20.dbb22/04/2018
As others from Lynemore.Lionel Bidwell14/04/2018
MMC Aviemore Day 2. Rob W, Nick H, Jon M and I followed the Grahams and Donald route from Lynebeg along tracks to the trig. Snowy fresh dry day.alexmaclennan04/03/2018
Bagging the trig.BigJ12/02/2018
From Lynemore - track to summit area.RobertP06/11/2017
Bike from Slochd hostel to Moy and then up via usual route on good track. Windy and drizzly but pleasant enough. Views rather obscured.dickscroop19/10/2017
A pleasant jaunt up the track from Lynebeg.Nick Down130/07/2017
From Lynemore. Track goes to 24 paces from trig. Wandered around over likely candidates for highest point, one sunk a couple of inches when I stepped on it. Met one of the admin team of hill-bagging on way up.rogreeves12/05/2017
from Lynemore via the new bulldozed track, with Peter Cottam and Laurence Rudkin Galltywenallt12/05/2017
From the small car park just before Lynebeg. Followed the estate track all the way to the summit. Lovely conditions with bright blue skies and just a couple of inches of snow all the way up. Descended by the same route up.Peterb09/02/2017
M J O. From Lynebeg. Gentle stroll up and down track on route up north to AT. About 1 hr 15 return. Warm 15 deg with a gentle smirr on top.Martin6629/10/2016
Took bike to summitduchally31/03/2016
With Jenx from end of track past Lynemore. Can park next to Water board station. Straight up track to top and trig.nordicstar19/10/2015
Second attempt, first attempt blocked by stream in spate. This time it was easy.Topographer5727/09/2015
New track from Lynemore makes this a very easy Graham. Parking available at 765340 opposite houses after turning left off A9.chriswatson19/07/2015
Easy walk for a damp and windy day - track almost all the way to the summit. Took just 90 minutes (but no incentive to hang around given the weather).nicolajane18/06/2015
Used Bike from CP on A9.IanHHill08/06/2015
From the A9 layby as described by others. Route and write-up at:
Parked at the NW end of layby 62 Took track under the railway and then followed well-maintained stone & gravel 4x4 tracks which take you to within 40m of the unmarked summit. (S)gerrybowes17/10/2014
Layby 162. New wind farm track over the top.bolton15/02/2014
With Liliana, Josie & Claudia sclater31/12/2013
A very cold wind with snow on the ground, followed the track up from Dalmagarry FarmNozzer19/11/2013
Solo. Up from Dalmagarry, down via Lynemore. Cycled all the way.amswanston08/11/2013
with renee from lynemore track all the way to summit.robertphillips19/10/2013
Parked in layby 162 on A9 northbound and took wind-farm tracks west and then north to summit, as Martin described for his descent route. Long, but easy.Man of Kernow110/10/2013
From A9 layby one mile north of Tomatin.ChrisR05/12/2012
Parked in Layby 162 at NH 789321, walked along the track to the hut at 764313, then WNW across very rough country to the summit. Then discovered that the track has been extended to pass within 20m of the summit! An easy return along the ridge track and martin_hall03/02/2012
Direct path from A9 leads to summit.Buteobuteo02/06/2010
Revisit. From N, fancy surfaced entrance, track thru plantation to deer fence then dampish moorland, snowy today. Wet start to the day but dry on ascent and a summit view. Continued W to Trig S7257.RHW15/02/2010
Snow and ice from A9 but able to follow track to top thanks to new windfarm .Poor visibiltyAm Bodach12/01/2010
From the A9 at NH 73357 34776 to the westnorthwest ridge and so to the top. Down to southeast, round the windfarm to Carn Choire Odhair.Alan Moore17/02/2009
Dry, hot, sunny, good views, partial inversion. Nasty wire snares on track near top.iangalbraith18/06/2007
Elma Victoria Cameron Fraser Joyce Fraser Bruntondonmeister11/02/2007
With a friend. From Dalmagarry on the A9 south of Moy. Parked on a piece of old road. Went under a railway bridge and followed a track west and SW near Allt a' Chùil. We stopped at a bothy and had lunch inside. The map showed the track stopping at the bothy, although in fact it continued. However, we left the track and headed for Carn na h-Easgainn. There were peat hags so after a while we went up to and along the broad SE ridge of the hill. On the return we kept more to the ridge and again had something to eat at the bothy. We had it free of cloud, but clouds were evident on other hills.pwbellarby22/12/2006
Self and PeterInvicta1418/06/2005
Ascended from layby on the A9. Followed track and then cross country. From the summit observed large construction work, including numerous lorries for what I assumed was a windfarm. I wondered how much carbon dioxide was being released in the process.JohnW17/05/2005
Solo Uisdean2502/04/2005
Parked in old road lay by on A9. Under railway, bridge over stream to track. Barbed wire all round the first gate. Steady progress on track past hut to end to find that I was about a mile out of the way. Slog over soft mossy moorland down and up with many dry hags. All drudge - no RTV tracks, no paths. On ridge the hags became larger, easier walking around to left over dry peat and stone runs to top at 11.55. My 100th Graham.arranc27/07/2004