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Name:Creag Bhan
Hill number:797
Height:510m / 1673ft
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ailort, Catchment Boundaries, Uamh
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,5,HF,Y)
Grid ref:NM 78243 84662
Summit feature:rock tor
Drop:224m
Col:286m  NM775859  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 398W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 73 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sgurr Thuilm - Sgurr nan Coireachan - An Stac - Druim a Chuirn - Meith Bheinn - Creag Bhån - Beinn nan Cabar. From Meith Bheinn descended back to 400m col to NE then down Slaite Coire to Meoble. Up the non existant track to Prince Charlie's Cave then up Creag Bhan to the south oh the 3 cornered lochClive G03/05/2019
From Mallaig road. Meith Bheinn, Druim a'Chuirn, Beinn nan Cabar, Creag Bhan. 10.5 hours.PGCE01/03/2019
Bus to Arieniskill then up by burn as others Time to spare so circular descent by Charlie's Caves path and aircraft memorial. Train back to FW from Lochailort station.NormanW18/05/2018
Day 1 of TGOC 2018. Very windy but a great rocky and lochans summit with views to small isles.alexmaclennan11/05/2018
Sauntered up the path from the main road past the aircraft crash site to the view overlooking Loch Beoaid. Turned west for fine views at the summit. Descended direct to the crash site. With Jenny, Kevin and Mrs M.mindlessflogger24/02/2018
Quick up and down from A830 left path after 100m followed burn to lochan, rain sleet and snow.robertphillips27/12/2017
Parking in the southside layby to west of Arieniskill. Under the rail stream bridge on a dodgy path, then left almost immediately to bear staright up hill following animal tracks. Burn line followed to high lochan on fairly easy going ground. To top swimming lochan! And tor in under an hour and back to van in an hour and half. Very straightforward.nordicstar01/09/2016
Quick and easy straight up from road by the burn.jenx01/09/2016
3 of 3: From Meith Bheinn.ChrisR08/07/2016
From the Arienskill burn path, then into the summit from E in drizzle and mist. Complex summit with rocks and lochans.Thearlaichdubh03/04/2015
Up and down steep slopes from A830AndrewFinnimore16/01/2014
Up through Gleann Mama, Beinn nan Cabar bagged also. Ground was very spongy and wet and the climb up Creag Bhan was heavy going from the end of the loch to the col.Columba27/07/2013
Galltywenallt27/05/2012
Parked on A830 in a layby. Under the railway to a poor path leading to Meoble. Uphill by a stream due N. Fox. Easy grass slopes to a small loch - source of the stream. Right around crags to topmost area made up of large rock slabs and boulders. A large moss covered boulder was highest point. 12.30. Lochs Creige Duibhe, Morar, Beoraid and Eil. Meith Bheinn, Glas Charn and a confusing array of peaks to the E. Its not the rough bounds, but it is rough.arranc30/05/2010
Solo Uisdean2512/04/2010
Easy ascent from road, straight up the Arieniskil Burn. Wet day.fasgadh14/02/2010
From path up Glen Mama, with MoraBLACKHILL03/06/2009
Out and back from the road.Eddie05/02/2005
With a friend. From Arieniskill initially on the path going towards Meoble. After passing under the railway line we struck up the hillside to reach the summit of Creag Bhàn. We initially descended a slightly different route before rejoining the outward route. A little mist on top.pwbellarby22/12/2004
Ascended on the way back from Meith Bheinn.JohnW27/04/2004
v fine rocky summit, fine view. Glen Mama fm, park by fm tk733840, follow FP then clockwise circuit RHW01/10/2000
Toril02/11/2017
Isbjorn29/05/2017
Mudskipper21/05/2016
richtea504004/11/2015
Alison R06/09/2014
iainwalton15/07/2014
Kendall27/04/2014
hill walker21/03/2014
Calico10/06/2013
hillsman05/06/2013
Martin R22/03/2013
Jim.Fothergill28/02/2013
cmac02/02/2013
AndyS15/06/2012
Campbell Singer04/06/2012
jimbloomer05/05/2012
mae05/05/2012
Tom Mundell19/07/2011
Iona19/07/2011
sarah mundell19/07/2011
Trekking toes19/07/2011
RichardM07/06/2011
iaindbrown17/05/2011
Alan Whatley16/03/2011
Andrew Simmons26/02/2011
LizH06/05/2010
PeterAH06/05/2010
petesimpson14/07/2009
Tony S24/01/2009