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Name:Mullach Fraoch-choire
Hill number:864
Height:1102m / 3615ft
RHB Section:11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NH 09494 17142
Summit feature:wind shelter 5m E of cairn
Col:949m  NH093164  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414N
Observations:higher ground could be hidden under cairn
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 499 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Sunny, Carn Ghluasaid, Sgurr nan Conbhairean, Sail Chaorainn, A Chraileag, Mullach Fraoch-choireHuwel31/05/2020
A' Chraileag and Mullach Fraoch-choireGeoff Briggs01/06/2019
With Harrison and John - Aââ¬â¢Chralaig and Mullach Fraoch-choire - cold damp and low vis above 900m mproudfoot24/09/2018
With ChristineKeith9929/08/2018
With Keithchristine9927/08/2018
Climbed solo. Started from A87 Loch Cluanie at start of path to Glen Affric. Left path straight away heading up steep slopes by a stream to gain S ridge of A' Chraileag at 750m (actually a small path all the way). Continue to A' Chraileag (fine cairn), Stob Coire na Chraileag, Mullach Fraoch-choire. Pinnacles on Na Geurdain ridge look scary from a distance but are easily avoided on skirting paths (first east, then west of pinnacles). Returned to col at 949m. Took zig-zag path into Coire Odhar. Path soon disappears. Traverse slopes to reach the Glen Affric path (lots of fresh water springs on way!). Return on path to A87 (feels long!). Fine sunny day, and dry underfoot. Gales were forecast but didn't come. A lovely ridge walk, comparable with others nearby.jamessteel10026/07/2018
From A87 at end of An Caorann Mor, track directly up A' Chraileag to SE end of ridge, along ridge to summit and on to Stob Coire na Craileig and Mullach Fraoch-choire, descending by track from corrie rim into Coire Odhar, then back along tracks in An Caorann Morkdbennett19/06/2018
A fine ridge ascent from A chralaig. Fantastic traverse. Dry clear weather with specatacular views to remote la escape. Spring flowers everywhere. Tadpoles aplenty. Descended to valley along path across bogs and long Val Eye walk to road..Met several people. A 7hour walk.david.walker4010/06/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton25/05/2018
what a fantastic ridge line to walk on an follow the scramble is easily avoidedAristotle Chip18/10/2017
lovely weather. Met 2 old walkers on the walk out.mn2308/06/2017
2nd munro of the day. Left packs at Bealach and completed interesting ridge walk to smaller cairn than on A'Chralaig. Then back to bags and walkout.dave neilson08/06/2017
With Penda. From car park E of Cluanie Inn. Over A'Chralaigh on way out. Hot in wind shadow, very cold in direct wind. Went around the pinnacles but still found them scary! Long, weary boggy walk down valley leading to Glen Affric, lots of deer about (counted 56 but there were more). 11.5 miles, 7.5 hours.beorwulf05/05/2017
An afternoon ascent from An Coardnann Mor track - Mopping upShutterlag30/04/2017
Standard route from A87. With Graeme D.MorecambeMonkey29/10/2016
A lot of false summits on this hill. No views which was disappointing. Very long walk out in amongst the rutting stags!akmilne14/10/2016
climbed with Andy, rained most of the day.FCMark14/10/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac08/10/2016
A'Chralaig and Mullach Fraoch-choiretomd406/09/2016
YAC. S&C+Annie from Strawberry Cottage, Glen Affriclithosyork29/05/2016
Fine clear and sunny, windy on top but no snow anywhere and crystal clear air. Excellent walk and a fine ridge.Capt Malbec01/11/2015
Solo.Dangerous Dave22/09/2015
Great vantage point and views to Glen Affric and beyond.Roblex11/09/2015
With GHC from the other Munro. Snow showers and foggy weather and clearing. Evil weather for the 1st of August. Descended quickly to ease the pain.Play2End01/08/2015
With LSCCjvrussell802/02/2015
Solo with A'Chralaigpigerg27/05/2014
SMMC meet Invergarryclashcityrocker17/04/2014
A'Chralaig, Stob Coire na Cralaig and Mullach Fraoch-choire from A87 layby.rhalstead03/07/2013
261st - Solo - From Glen Affric YH north to south across ridge to Cluanie Inn. Overcast but clear of summits, light/steady rain.RGibbs29/08/2012
Quite a hairy and narrow path between the pinnicles and towers on the ridge leading to the top. Not a scramble, more like a clamber, but some parts are inches away from a big drop. Fell into a bog on long journey back!Jhimmy16/07/2012
Tried to get to this peak before in winter but failed 50 metres as snow too dangerous for me. This time enjoyed the ridge in and enjoyed the peak. I would do this one again. Went back via A'Chralaig to see that cairn again. Company: Soloiandesbottes04/06/2012
Solo, 2nd of 2. Easy enough walk over from A'Chralaig and some good scrambling on way to summit. Back to belach to pickup back and then follow a faint path down before a boggy walkout via an caorann mor.bowzi01/06/2012
Was going to be full horseshoe with all tops from Glen Affric but low cloud caused problems with route finding so settled for half and finished down valleydickscroop01/04/2012
With GW and DT, having done the other Munro and the two tops. Weather poor. Descended down the corrie and back to the road.AGWilliamson19/09/2011
Climbed with DMC from Stawberry Cottage, Glen Affric. Reasonable day after a wet start.amcculloch20/08/2011
DMC Strawberry Cottage meet.. insteresting route taken on way up involving river crossing!jonbowyer20/08/2011
round of 5 carn ghluasaid, squrr nan conbhairean, sail chaorainn, a chralaig, and mullach fraoch choire. cycled back from cluanie inn to car.robertphillips10/06/2011
CK SheilaS03/05/2010
ran with alextom smith28/04/2010
With Gavin Rees.Dangerous Dave31/07/2009
With club, walking from Strawberry Cottage completeing Mullach Fraoch-choire, A'Chralaig, Sgurr nan Conbhairean, Sail Chaorainn.JamesSDonald11/07/2009
Ridge walk from Stob Boire na Cralaig to summit very hairy in very poor visibility with strong wind and horizontal rain. Almost turned back !dspenc1622/05/2009
(Painful) ascent from Glen Affric. Much rain and windHysteresis21/04/2009
Loch Cluanie to Cluanie Inn via Carn Ghluasaid, Sgurr nan Conbhairean, Sail Chaorainn, A'Chralaig, Mullach Fraoch-choire and Ciste Dubh. Day 21 of 59 for all Munros. 24km, +/-2500m, 10 hours.PGCE17/04/2009
3 of 6: From Stob Coire na Cralaig.ChrisR05/09/2008
Afternoon walk with Mike C & John McDbarnz4812/06/2008
second ascent, 3 in party, clear day good conditions but cold. climbed from the road and traversed over the 3 tops returning via core odhar for a piny in cluanie inn.rum doodle 25/10/2007