|Height:||677.2m / 2222ft|
|RHB Section:||12B: Killilan to Inverness|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham|
|Grid ref:||NH 32860 35502|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 26|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 113 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|On Langie Glen Affric meet.||Grinner||15/10/2017|
|Parked at 29574/33765. Walked along road for about 0.7 km east to start at Craskie. Went to Sgorr na Diollaid first. After Carn Gorm returned to Craskie via 638m pt.||duchally||21/10/2016|
|Via Muchrachd, Diollaid and a surprisingly dry 5km cross hike. Back over intervening sim, down to corner of pine forest, across the stream to avoid the worst of the bracken, down to Craslie then finally a pleasant track back up Glen Cannich.||Topographer57||20/09/2016|
|Anti clockwise circuit of the Simms of Carn Gorm starting with Ruadhraich South Top. This Graham summit third||vegibagger||01/06/2016|
|Started from Craskie, skirted the farm to the left and headed up easy if soggy slopes to the stock fence. Then struck up to point 618m then dropped down to the Lochan and up to the summit.
|As per the log of Peterb||bowlesy||22/12/2015|
|Revisited with a sub and 5 SIMs from Craskie: summit 5 of 6. 1m boulder on E summit looks as high or higher (could be an illusion as background hills are higher). Ascent from Craskie, parked on verge a short way W of driveway. Path passes W of garden. Gate then good deer track leads up R to stream then up its W bank; OK heather higher up.||RHW||26/07/2015|
|With Stephen after sorting others out on Strathfarrar transport. Decent path, not brilliant, up to east then along ridge and straight down.||SS||25/06/2015|
|With Dave Roeder. Parked at Craskie (8:45). Skirted woodland on the W and then struck ENE (some ticks), passing through the col just N of the 638 hill and on to summit. Weather threatening but dry. Back by same route; finish 12:30||dbb||15/05/2015|
|From Craskie. Very cold despite sunshine between the snow shower squalls. Hard work in snow or was it easier than heather in hot weather as others seem to be complaining about. Navigating to the Sims added fun.||Martin R||03/01/2015|
|Solo, round of Carn Gorm and Sgorr na Ruadhraich from just E of Loch Craskie.||amswanston||26/07/2014|
|as per graham route wet and windy||robertphillips||26/04/2014|
|W Jenx from Muchrachd track in Glen Cannich in steamy hot weather. Up rough ground to Diollard W top, then superb Diollard summit. On to Carn Gorm summit and two tops. Back down to Craskie via awful line in bracken and dense pine forest. Glad not ascending this way. Along pleasant old track to start and fine dip to cool off in river.||nordicstar||12/08/2012|
|Parked just beyond the bridge to Craskie. Across the bridge around Craskie to an opening in stone wall and followed sheep paths steeply uphill by stream through deep bracken. Plague of flies in very hot conditions. Over a deer fence and a long steady plod up to stone man on horizon. Plod up over deer grass to west to a prominent top and around to flat dry bog grass down to a lochan. Left pack plod uphill around back and to top at 14.35. Mist across scene. 2 golden plovers.||arranc||04/07/2006|
|Ascended from Craskie via Sgurr na Ruadhraich South Top.||JohnW||14/06/2006|
|On the TGO Challenge||BLACKHILL||10/05/2004|
|From Sgorr na Ruadhraich and on to Carn a'Mhuillt.||Alan Moore||19/05/2003|
|big isolated hill, pleasant wdld N slopes; penultimate Graham. tk from 330396 thru caledon pinewds, mat-grass slopes||RHW||24/12/2000|
|Round of Sgorr na Diollaid and Carn Gorm in the recent, drifted snow,||Eddie||04/12/1999|