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Name:Carn na Coinnich
Hill number:914
Height:673.3m / 2209ft
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 32456 51042
Summit feature:trig point
Col:408m  NH277492  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26
(1:25k) 431
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Surveys of Carn na Coinnich and Meall a'Bhogair Mor.pdf
Comments:De-twinned from hill 3319 in April 2014
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Ice and snow underfoot so walked from Bridgend along track to west then south. A good ATV track starts from this track at NH3238/5232 and leads to the top.dave g10/11/2019
from Bridgend, as per SMC Guide.IanHHill17/07/2019
G and A with David M and John Parthurwhittaker11/08/2018
Parked at Bridgend and took an estate track to the copse then skirted this left to pick up the track that leads close to the hill itself. A lot of snow from around 450 metres, luckily I was able to use someone’s broken trail from someones previous recent ascent. Glorious blue sky with superb views.Peterb11/01/2018
first hill of the winter with conditions to go with it blizzard up at the top snow drifts and the going was very hardmikebeattie28/11/2017
Parked in estate visitors centre a few tens of metres east of Dalbreac Lodge estate road. Followed estate track up hillside & bits of a path over steep boggy ground to summit.rogreeves07/05/2017
Up the stalkers path from Bridgend. All misty at the top. Very quick back down.jenx18/07/2016
Parked to N at Bridgend. No parking by the Lodge as suggested by the SMC guide. Used track to col and sumple branch off. 3rd Graham of the day and 1900m.nordicstar18/07/2016
From bridge over Connon follow excellent but very steeps talkers' path to within a few hundred metres from summit.Campbell Singer26/10/2015
Third top of 9 today.thenomad02/10/2015
The trigpoint looks supercilious and imposing in a great position for all round views.Martin R15/05/2015
stunning winters day walk. tremendous viewsGmacT09/11/2014
From corner south of bridge at Bridgend, track to pass 1km south of summit, then up onto north ridge. Returned a bit further down the north ridge to avoid some peat hags.Topographer5724/08/2014
1st hill of a 5 day graham bagging trip up north with jamie.robertphillips25/07/2014
with robert phillips.JamiePhillips2725/07/2014
From parking area at Bridgend. With Tim.ChrisR11/04/2013
Various inc JC DC OMartin6602/01/2013
During a New Year week in Beauly. With J, Martin66, JC, Harts & O on a misty day from Bridgend. Followed the track & stalkers path to its high point & then struck off for the summit across heathery & lightly snowed up ground. No view from the summit.NotReallyABagger02/01/2013
From Bridgend. Final Graham. Continued to Meall nan Damh, which was twinned with Carn na Coinnich at the time.mae16/06/2012
Trig revisit. Also visited the 6 attached Graham Tops. The footbridge at NH293539 has a padlocked gate and involves a slightly tricky climb but isnt the best place to start anyway :-(RHW29/04/2011
' Carn na Coinnich & Meall nan DamhJim.Fothergill09/04/2011
Snow from 1800 but summit itsef remarkaly snow freeAm Bodach23/01/2010
From Meall a'Bhogair Mor and to Meall Giubhais.Alan Moore04/05/2008
With Rhona Fraser. We ascended Carn na Còinnich and Meall Doire Fheara in the course of a score class in the Highlander Mountain Marathon. Won a prize in the marathon too.pwbellarby01/04/2007
Set off from the Boath at Luipmaldrig on the 1st day of the New YearNozzer01/01/2007
Solo Uisdean2513/08/2006
Park at Dalbreac Lodge. On track to house, sharp double back uphill around plantation and across green improved land to cross a stream. Waterfall. To top of track, left pack. Down over dry swampy tussock and up on grassy runs by hags to a mossy ridge and to column 8136 at 12.00. to Bhogair Mor.arranc01/07/2006
Ascended from track from Dalbreac Lodge. Weather cleared on summit.JohnW29/06/2001
En route from Strahthconan to Luipmaldrig bothy.Eddie06/12/1999
Solo tripInvicta1405/06/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine summit, NB gain ridge ASAP to avoid worst of peat hags; Hogmonay by moonlight; see Bridgend 323548, good tk to just short of col, follow S ridge to summit RHW31/12/1998
Simon Winton07/01/2018
Sick Kid17/02/2017
Tom Mundell04/09/2016
Trekking toes04/09/2016