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Name:Maol Chean-dearg
Hill number:982
Height:933m / 3061ft
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Carron, Catchment Boundaries, Torridon
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,P500)
Grid ref:NG 92409 49899
Summit feature:very large cairn
Drop:514m
Col:419m  NG932508  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 511 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Sunny, Maol Chean-dearg, Sgorr Ruadh & Beinn Liath Mhor. Couldn't cross the river, had to go round the loch.Huwel06/06/2020
fellwanderer9201/01/2020
Kendall09/12/2019
carole engel07/09/2019
Route: Coulags (A890) Bealach a Choire Ghairbh Maol Chean-dearg Belach a Choire Ghaairbh Coulags. Stats: 6hrs10, 16.5km, 1,031m ascent. Weather: sunny to start, but hit by big weather front from behind on descent (very wet & windy). Notes: stopped in bothy on return due to poor weather.millionmts04/09/2019
Andrew,Chris,Craig,Gavin,Jane,TorilNHWC29/06/2019
GavinTheobald 329/06/2019
Toril29/06/2019
declas25/02/2019
Hammy22/02/2019
Erik B19/01/2019
Paul and Terri02/01/2019
bogdodger27/08/2018
mcbiydw207/08/2018
Late start, very warm (shorts and trainers) looked in on bothy (tidy) and then stayed at Kinlochewe bunkhouse.Capt Malbec11/06/2018
nrowan07/06/2018
My second Munro! A lot easier than Blàbheinn...eilidh21/04/2018
stunning day with stunning views!FCMark12/04/2018
Lovely day with tremendous views and good path.akmilne12/04/2018
weaselmaster18/03/2018
Sick Kid18/03/2018
From Annat with Steve Smith. Snow and spindrift made for a tough day, but sun came out briefly as we summited. Went up the NW face, some ice climbing/scrambling involved. Quite an intense day out.jonglew12/02/2018
SteveSmith12/02/2018
Isbjorn09/02/2018
Isbjorn Winter Round09/02/2018
kitmacleod01/01/2018
SoloGeraldine Fardon24/10/2017
stuartgreig24/10/2017
Squidgey06/10/2017
Lionel, JennieChris Blake21/09/2017
Domino21/09/2017
Fi16/09/2017
scoob16/09/2017
Tartantraveller10/08/2017
Martinad14/06/2017
Club weekend, Friday afternoon walkJamesSDonald09/06/2017
Glorious sunny dry day with Tom Oldham and Russell. Standard route from Coulags along Fionn-abhain to bealach then stiff bouldery ascent/descent of Maol Chean-dearg. Back to bealach and delightful ascent/ descent of slabby An Rubh Stac. 8 hours.alexmaclennan08/05/2017
Circumnavigated then ascendedquadbarrel13/04/2017
lithosyork24/02/2017
buggerlugs11/02/2017
From coulags, 12.30 start weather poor but top clear for half an hour with great views,very poor ground to cover at topgeoffreybbb27/06/2016
Driftwood12/06/2016
Orlando12/06/2016
With Anne. Cracking day at end of superb week at Kishorn. Left Coulags car park at 11.00. On summit by 14.30. Good views all directions through slight haze. Back to car for 18.15 and long drive back to Edinburgh.David Greaves04/06/2016
wendy.calder22/05/2016
dynamo8310/05/2016
npeterc02/05/2016
oriolefan10130/04/2016
Womble24/04/2016
Started and ended at Coulags Bridge. Up and down by same route. Bothy stops were very welcome.tsharp16/04/2016