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Hill number:792
Height:633.3m / 2078ft
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ailort, Catchment Boundaries, Morar
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 84645 83730
Summit feature:cairn
Col:304.3m  NM 8643 8377  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 398E
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 154 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Track and path along the Allt Feith a'Chatha initially, then found route up the hill between rocky outcrops. Frosty day made for easier walking as bogs largely frozen. Stunning views all around.mcbboyd10/11/2019
Fine circuit of 5 summits from NM876817. View to S Uist hills between the Rum & Skye Cuillins.jimbloomer10/11/2019
Took track up to new culvert then old footpath (wet) all the way to fence and followed it as near as damn it to the summit. Complex ground so return same way - excellent views to the isles and down to north.SS10/06/2019
MC alone. Direct northerly ascent from car park. Difficult weather with top half of hill under storm conditions. Visibility reasonable but consistent rain heavier than some power showers I've stood under! Summit found and immediate retreat.Martin6631/12/2018
Day 1 of TGOC 2018. Long rolling ridge en route to Corryhull bothyalexmaclennan11/05/2018
Standard route from A830. Boggy in both the corrie and on ridges.benalder28419/11/2017
From Ranochan, new hydro road to 210m (GPS). Did not fancy the left bank, especially scramble back up from the ravine crossing at the hydro scheme, so mounted the ridge above the right bank of the Allt Raineachan stream and continued to 400m, then slightly left to cross the stream easily at 480m. From here, a straight channel leads to a minor corrie at 843837 582m, bear slightly right to get to the summit.Topographer5704/05/2017
Up the hydro track from Ranochan for a km or so - not pretty but quick - and very pleasant walk after that using the stream as a guide straight to the summit.dickscroop31/05/2016
From Ranochan up the new hydro scheme track to about 200m then up ridge line to left of burn. A nice hill, wintry weather.jenx26/04/2016
With Jenx from Ronochan, used the scar that is a new hydro scheme up to 250m, then on left stream bank heading direct to top. Several smaller bumps on way. Up and down in 1.44hr.mins. Cold squally snowshowers interspered with warm sun.nordicstar26/04/2016
G and A with S, G , G and Rarthurwhittaker02/01/2016
Did after Sgurr an-Uthaduchally01/10/2014
Solo, from the A830 at 848817. Very steep, head-high bracken, torrential rain and the burns in spate - great fun!amswanston29/08/2014
Highlander MMdickiewren27/04/2014
LS. GW. MK. RW.john steel30/12/2013
from the A830 over boggy ground to summit. on the way to rum.robertphillips23/08/2013
with Jim Vice, aged 80+.IanHHill23/05/2012
2 of 2: From Sgurr an Utha.ChrisR24/03/2011
Parked on A830. On track, over locked deer gate, steeply uphill in forest to where it turns uphill. Path with some footprints started here, over a bridge and by strem. Path got fainter in a swampy bealach, where streams ran in 3 directions. Onto grass steeply uphill by craggy outcrops to drop on the other side. Two dips across the route and to top at 12.05. 10 stones in a heap on top of a protruding crag. Muck, Eigg, Rum, S na Ciche, An Stac, Utha, the Ben, Loch Eil, Odhar Mhor, Rois Bheinn and numerous others.arranc31/05/2010
With Mora from A830 at nm 876817BLACKHILL12/04/2010
Solo Uisdean2511/04/2010
Glas Charn (NM856837) S/F NM876817 Cool, light winds, sunny spells with hail showers, cloud about 3000' giving good views of higher peaks - snow on top of highest peaks.John Young01/04/2010
Ascent combined with a re-ascent of Sgurr an Utha.JohnW04/05/2006
Solo. From car park west of Allt Fèith a Chatha on A830 Mallaig road. I went up the track, which replaces the path, on the east side of Allt Fèith a Chatha. Where the path shown on the 1976 1:50,000 map crosses a burn this track goes E up the hillside. I followed the original path; this is not very good. At the watershed I went ~W and then up the rather vague NE ridge of Glas-charn to reach the summit. I had succeeded where previously I had failed. Descended S and over Sgùrr a Mhuidhe and point 562m.pwbellarby07/04/2002
wet approach, fine summit, best approach from SE, descent E of Doire Neill unproblematic. A830; tk E of Allt Fheithe a Chatha, clockwise RHW03/04/1999
Up and down from the road.Eddie27/07/1996
GavinTheobald 306/02/2020
Tom Mundell02/04/2018
Trekking toes02/04/2018
Simon Winton11/01/2018
Sick Kid04/10/2016
Dave Geere03/06/2016