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Name:Mullach na Dheiragain
Hill number:833
Height:982m / 3222ft
Parent (Ma):805  Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan [Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan]
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Submarilyn, Murdo
Grid ref:NH 08047 25906
Summit feature:cairn
Col:838m  NH066235  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25 33
(1:25k) 414N
Observations:ground 25m NNW as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 363 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Killilan, cycled to Carnach, walked to Iron Lodgy, then along tracks to Gleann Sithidh, up west flank of Creag a' Choir' Aird, south along ridge over Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain and Carn na Con Dhu, bivvyed at Bealach nan Daoine, up Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan, round to West Top, then N over Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor to Stuc Fraoch Choire, descended towards Loch Lon Mhurchaidh, then along tracks back to Carnachkdbennett02/06/2018
With ChrisGeraldine Fardon30/04/2018
From Allbeithe with GeraldineChris Blake30/04/2018
From Killilan Parking, MTB out to Carnach then a round of Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain, Carn na Con Dhu, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, WT, Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor, Stuc Fraoch Choire and Creag Ghlas.rhalstead04/06/2017
C/W route from killilan biked to iron lodge mullach sithidh, mullach na dheiragain, carn na con dhu, stob coire na cloiche, stob coire nan dearcag, squrr nan c east top, squrr nan c, squrr nan c west top, stuc bheag, stuc mor, stuc fraoch choire, creag ghlas, squrrna h eige, meall squman, 12 hours.robertphillips28/05/2017
Mullach na Dheiragain/Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan/An Socach from Strawberry Cottage. With Gavid Main.MorecambeMonkey13/05/2017
Climbed solo. Ascended stalkers path from Glen Affric YHA to Bealach Coire na Cloiche. Took YHA wardens advice by ascending a little up ridge to west to a cairn before descending a steep grassy rake and traversing steep ground into boggy Coire nan Dearcag. Easy ascent to Bealach nan Daoine on NW side. Turned right onto ridge crossing the fine Munro Top of Carn na Con Dhu, with many interesting rocky knolls. After a short steep descent north to the bealach, an easy grassy ascent to the very remote munro of Mullach na Dheiragain (aka Jerry-can!). Returned to YHA by same route - would be hard navigation in mist! Weather dry, bit windy, starting bright with high cloud, but greying over in afternoon threatening rain. Views superb though, especially of nearby giant munro of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. A truly wild primeval landscape.jamessteel10023/08/2016
Day 2 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs31/07/2016
YAC. pete Evans from Strawberry Cottage, Glen Affriclithosyork29/05/2016
Morvich - Allbeithe - An Socach - Mullach na Dheiragain - Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan - Beinn Fhada - A'Ghlas-bheinn - Morvich. Day 58 of 59 for all Munros. 44km, +/- 2900m, 15 hours.PGCE24/04/2016
Walked in from Cluanie Inn along the horrendous path to Alltbeithe hostel. Most of the high tops were topped with cloud. Climbe up the good path from the hostel to the Bealach below An Socach. Gerry was clear the route to the Bealach was obvious. Following the warden's advice I descended by the big rock with the red lichen on which she placed stones cut across to a huge slab staying right of the Lochan. Beyond this slab I head to a second slab with a small cairn on top and up to the lowest point and onto the ridge. Easy ascent to this point. From here it was very straightforward climb to the top Carn na Con Dhu. A small Boulder hop and another long stretch to the summit. It's a long way out and back to Bealach na Doine. Back at the Bealach I met the man IMet from the start who was on his 4th round with 7 to go and was doing tops on this round. As the sun had broken through I continued up Kerry ( Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan).munromurph17/08/2015
With ChristineKeith9911/08/2015
Day 2 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema12/07/2015
Fourth Munro of the day. Warm and sunny. Done from the Glen to the east.Play2End03/07/2015
Done as a part of a complete round of Mullardoch 12grahamzwilson27/06/2014
Walked from Loch Affric campsite via Alltbeithe Y.H. where we picked up good advice from Danish warden (married to Kiwi) about 2 shortcuts. After gaining ridge dropped down and did this remotest of peaks first with Maggie. Met man from Easter Ross at summit.dave neilson01/06/2014
with dave, before sgurr nan ceathreamhnan and an socach from camp at loch affric (E,N and A)mn2301/06/2014
2nd of 3, solo. Back to collect pack and have some lunch before dropping down to skirt across to belach at 065235. It's a long walk out and there's a few ups and downs so pack was dumped. Weather just great (total contrast to yesterday) and views epic!bowzi25/08/2013
After a camp at the head of Loch Mullardoch. Continued SW along the ridge. Fantastic walking.mindlessflogger08/06/2013
From AlltbeitheNozzer25/05/2013
274th - with Allan - from Glen Affric YH, ascended to An Socach, traverse across for Mullach na Dheiragain, and then Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Fierce winds, spin drift, one hairy descent on the traverse and knee deep powder snow on final ascent in a testing 10.75 hr day.RGibbs04/05/2013
cycled from end of public road to the hostel, then round of an socach, mullach an dheiragain, squrr nan ceathreamnan, and squrr gaorsaic in boiling hot sun.robertphillips26/05/2012
On the same day cycled from Craig at far as possible then walked to claim Maoile Lunndaidh, then again used the bike for as far as possible for this munro. To state I was tired was an understatement, but after slowly getting to this peak I was rewarded by some superb views. Glorious. Company: Soloiandesbottes11/05/2012
All tops N from Glen Affric SYHA except An Socachdickscroop31/03/2012
Bike to Iron Lodge. Sunny, hot, calm, good views.iangalbraith18/06/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/06/2010
Walked along the ridge from Carn na Con Dhu. yorkie09/06/2009
Bike to YHtim74727/05/2009
Ascent from Glen AffricHysteresis20/04/2009
Second day of tghe Mullardoch trip. This was the fourth munro of the day, I was tired, weather was starting to come down, and still a long way to go before the valley. Got here about 16.50Miss Munro02/09/2008
With Steven, Rod, AndrewOik17/06/2008
With Lynsey on TGO Challenge 2008alistairpooler10/05/2008
With Jay, start of a veru long day. Biked/walked in last night and camped by the burn at the foot of the ridge.Colinmac200504/05/2008
Munro 223 2007 compleationancient brit24/08/2007
staying at Albeithe YH, anticlockwise traverse over An Socach Man Sodhail, Carn Eige, sub Murdo Munro top, up Beinn Fhionlaidh, then back down into valley and north to south along Mullach na Dhearagain, skirting SE across the corrie rim back to beallach east of An Socach and though tired, forcing myself to hoof it up to Murdo Stob Coire na Cloiche, because I knew I'd kick myself forever in the future if I didn't.vegibagger26/07/2007
CK SheilaS04/06/2007
and 30/07/2011chrispine13/04/2007
Second ascent 20/07/2010NormanW08/10/2006
With Niel from Strawberry Cottage completing An Socach, Sgurr Nan, Mullach na Dheiragain + 7 Tops, 32km, 2130, in 12.0hrJamesSDonald17/06/2006
SR triple Munro day from YHFrank26/07/2005
With PaulineFFloss25/05/2005
Solo Uisdean2509/08/2003
See Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. Did this twice. dbb30/06/2003
With aid of mountain bike to Youth Hostel.Dugswell215/06/2003
Ascent with Jon Moss and Des Alcornalexmaclennan28/04/2002
Carnach-Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan- Mullach na Dheiragain- Iron Lodge- Carnach walk + cycle to Carnach. It was pleasant high up between the Munros then a struggle down- a suggested way W off Mullach Sithidh just looked like trouble so we soon aborted it and went the long way down via the N. ridge.pwheeler25/05/2001