|Name:||Carn a' Chaochain|
|Height:||706m / 2316ft|
|RHB Section:||11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston|
|Catchment:||Beauly, Catchment Boundaries, Ness|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NH 23514 17781|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 34|
|Observations:||note trig point at NH 236182 is only 2m lower|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 128 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Cougie, with Ellie dog.||BLACKHILL||18/09/2019|
|From Cougie, to which the track is not really bad. Just take it easy at the bridges; all other potholes can be dodged very easily. Parked by the sheds and up by the standard route. The start of the path is not easy to spot, look for muddy wheel marks. The path through the trees is lovely, and continues easily to the bealach. The hill itself is nothing to write home about. You can choose between climbing over the various tops or skirting around them in bog vegetables and hags. I tried both, it's about equal. Plagues of incredibly irritating black flies may have affected my judgement of the quality of the hill.||Gill||08/06/2019|
|G and A, Elizabeth, Janet and Stella||arthurwhittaker||26/04/2019|
|Walk up from Cougie after a horrendous drive up the road, which is for some reason now marked as a yellow on the OS||Nozzer||25/05/2018|
|Bagging the trig.||BigJ||25/05/2018|
|Dirt road to Cougie ok in an astra much slower than locals drive it. Along track 220 double paces to track beside burn. Many deposits left my pony trekking. Through gate in deer fence over several false summits to summit south of trig point. Good views & sunbathed at summit!||rogreeves||09/05/2017|
|Followed pony trekking signs along unsurfaced roads to Cougie. It appears to be OK to drive as far as 238206 from where a rough pony track leads SE up through the deciduous forest past many big and tasty bilberries. Turned SW at the bealach up the ridge to the summit.||Topographer57||21/09/2016|
|As Peterb. THree summits all with big views.||Campbell Singer||02/05/2016|
|Parked at Cougie by the sheds and ascended the track to the bealach and on to the ridge. We visited the unnamed cairn and then the trig point before going on to the summit.||Peterb||24/12/2015|
|As per the log of Peterb. Snow really started to fall on the descent. Climbed the Marilyn Creag Dhubh straight after.||bowlesy||24/12/2015|
|with Jenx from nr Cougie Lodge||nordicstar||14/10/2015|