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Name:Geal Charn
Hill number:624
Height:926m / 3038ft
Parent (Ma):621  Carn Dearg
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Spey
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 56146 98758
Summit feature:2m high cairn
Drop:100m
Col:826m  NN569998  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
(1:25k) OL55 401
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 543 users)ByDate of Ascent
Start at Garva Bridge, after summit descend down into Glen Markie. Snowy above 600m. Cloudy at the top, no viewsHuwel12/01/2020
With Lynnnix_snilloc22/09/2019
Ascent of Gael Charn from Garva Bridge with Beinn Sgiath added on the descent. A day in the clag and descended due to a thunderstorm rather than continue to An Torr.welshyboyo24/06/2019
Alan,Chris,Gavin,Jan,WillieNHWC22/06/2019
Ski tour from Spey Dam, up Glen Markie. CCMC Laggan meet, with Paul, Jane, Jon, John + Gintas.clashcityrocker02/02/2019
Geal Charn Circuit from Garva BridgeAjm031020/11/2018
From kingussieRodge10/11/2018
From Sherramore. Watched two deer cross the Spey as I crossed the bridge. By tracks great and small through the woodland to Meall and Domhnaich, then enjoyably along the ridge to Beinn Sgiath (the summit cairn is surprisingly difficult to find as broad, diverging slopes conceal it until quite close) and Geal Charn. An ATV track makes for a quick return to Sherramore.Nick Down104/08/2018
From Garva Bridge (NN 52218 94730). Followed path alongside Feith Talagain then alongside Allt Coire nan Dearcag for a short distance before heading up the broad ridge to the summit plateau. Path indistinct at times.david23020110/07/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2716/05/2018
From Garva; continued on to Beinn Sgiath and Meall an Domhnaichcallumblack08/05/2018
JimT09/03/2018
43 - From Garva bridge. Struggled with this one. Very boggy pretty much all the way, and path non-existent in places. New utility company track is quite an eyesore to the West too.huwthomas08/08/2017
Huge cairn!thekirkie pirate23/07/2017
Solo neil hutton15/06/2017
Solo effort on way home from Inverness MHTS hearing. Easy climb. Big cairn set back on summit plateau.dave neilson12/05/2017
LionelChris Blake07/04/2017
From Spey dam, over Markie Burn via new bridge (currently enclosed as a construction site - road apparently being built to west - might not be accessible if site closed), up Beinn Sgiath to Geal Charn, down to Glen Markie via lower parts of Piper's Burn, return along trackkdbennett01/04/2017
Weather clag on summit.MountainMac28/11/2016
Out & back from Garva Bridge. On own.MorecambeMonkey05/06/2016
From Garva bridge. Sunshine, light wind and snow on top made this a easy but enjoyable walk.mindlessflogger29/03/2016
I had been deliberating for a long while over whether i had climbed this Munro back in the 70's or 80's, Therefore i refused to tick it until certain. Ascended from Garva Bridge where i had slept in the camper overnight. Dry but clagged in on the summit. Still none the wiser re: its legitimate date for ascent but at least its officially done now.thenomad06/10/2015
With Carol and baby Jessmunromurph19/04/2015
KeithByTheC07/08/2014
2nd time.PGCE18/05/2014
On TGO Challenge 2014.alistairpooler14/05/2014
From Garva Bridge, wet and windy. The recent rain made cross the river interesting.rhalstead23/06/2013
With Hannah (& Will Coombs) on day two of Highlander MM Desperate Stan28/04/2013
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=30908basscadet22/04/2013
From Garva Bridge as rivers in spate precluded route via Glen Markie.davidpettit8431/12/2012
With Pam and Gary; Munro #50 for me. Lots of snow; lovely weather. Went up from Spey Dam - there is a brand new bridge low down over the Markie Burn. Saw An Dirc Mhor (impressive rift valley left by ancient landslip) then bypassed summit of sub-top Beinn Sgiath to reach Geal Charn summit. Back down by craggy eastern corrie, fording Markie Burn high up. Surprisingly scenic - better than Garva Bridge or Sherramore approaches.milngavie_kenny02/12/2012
266th - Solo - took school bus from hotel in Newtonmore to Laggan, walked up Glen Markie and over Bruach nam Biodag to summit. V. cold but dry day, poor visibility above 750m, met stalkers on descent.RGibbs14/11/2012
From Garva Bridge. The path comes and goes after you leave the river but reappears when it steepens. Getting off the summit plateau could be tricky in cloud.Roblex26/07/2012
Estimated date only -- done solo. No one seen all day.Aimless Rambler13/05/2012
From Garva Bridge, Glen spey, via SW ridge - with JK. Sunshine and light snow showers.Man of Kernow104/03/2012
second ascent, 2 in party, winter but a damp day, climbed from garva bridge, followed path, up to col then heal charn, back to col, beinn sgiath, ridge and intermittent track, meal an domhnaich and track back to garva bridge.rum doodle 27/02/2012
with Markgrimjimm29/01/2012
Jim and I, cold and cloudy, but to clear later. Parked at dam crossed over new bridge, cut thru forest then by An Dirc Mhor and Beinn Sgiath, lunch @ belach b4 summit, 3hr15. Down N side of Pipers Burn back out along road. 5hr45, 17km, 830m.bowzi29/01/2012
geal charn and meall na h aistre from garve bridge.robertphillips11/12/2011
Walked up via markie and piper burns. Low cloud on top made finding summit interesting. Easy day. Company: Jake the Black Labiandesbottes14/10/2011
Late evening ascent saw Mountain hare and Ptarmigan. Visited large summit cairn, no real views as summit in cloud and was unseasonably cold.isabelle29/08/2011
From Garva Bridge and up the south-west ridge in good conditions. A flat summit.Windy Corner25/07/2011
Parked at Garva bridge after a long single tracked road from Laggan. Followed the boring route up and down - back home I've noticed Cameron McNeish's route would have been better. Could be boggy after prolonged rain.Jhimmy24/04/2011
With Ian from Laggan. Lots of Deer in the Estatenickywood128/05/2010
With Brian. Encountered the phantom pick-up on the road to Garvabridge. Uneventful ascent up long ridge. Tough hike to second summit over pathless terrain. Good weather.gercal5323/05/2010
Freezing cold day. First time I got to use my crampons in anger and they worked. Tiring but satisfying!akmilne16/01/2010
With Suzannemn2330/07/2009
Did with Allan and Andrew.jonbowyer03/05/2009
Climbed with Jon and Andrew.amcculloch03/05/2009
AloneSimonK01/03/2009
With Harry, Adrian and Simon. Very low cloud and windy.alwaysinshorts26/02/2009
5 of 5: From Carn Fraoich.ChrisR13/01/2009
Fairly easy walk, care needed to join ridge as soon as possible after the path splits as the slope are heavy heather, joined by younger son for dayRhayader_wander12/08/2008
A horse-shoe curcuit walking up Glen Markie, climbing Geal Charn from NW, dropping back to road 22.3km, 830m in 5.0hrJamesSDonald20/06/2008
Alone from Garva Bridge.Grinner29/03/2008
Easy afternoon walk after morning spent geocaching. Top is a great 360 degree viewpoint. Not much snow left it's been so sunny this week.signyred15/02/2008
Day's walk with Jim & Hazel S, Mike C - cold, sunny, then snowy & misty on plateaubarnz4830/12/2007
ghaley05/08/2007
Munro 21 2007 compleationancient brit29/04/2007
Let car at Garva Bridge and walked up path to base of SE ridge. Lost path in bog, found again on ridge in mist. Long flat summit ridge, large cairn at far end. Found man and young son on top, walked part way down with them. Car 13:40. Dry but very gloomy.dbb17/10/2006
Third Munro. During family holiday to Fort William. Up and down the standard Munro book route.AGWilliamson31/05/2006
Complete snow coverage above 2700ft.buachaille31/03/2006
Ascent with Ewan Clarkalexmaclennan18/01/2006
120redcon16/10/2005
3rdThearlaichdubh24/09/2005
JEB Uisdean2517/09/2005
from garva bridge.followed tribrutary of spey .after much squelching found path up nose of hill.hugh cairn on summitsteven ruffles11/08/2005
Same route as last time but this time I visited the large cairn of the actual summit! yorkie25/03/2005
With Ian Soulsby & Joel West.Dangerous Dave11/02/2005
Ascended via the Allt nan Beith then south-west across the plateau, unfortunately in the misty conditions I mistook a small cairn for the actual summit. A revisit is in order.yorkie20/09/2004
also 28/02/2015chrispine22/06/2004
With Jeanettedickscroop14/07/2003
From Garva Bridge.ChrisR02/07/2003
Another one from the Munro book.thejackrustles28/06/2003
GeorgeJimA12/05/2003
Like most, I did this Munro on its own from Crathie. Adding Beinn Sgiath (qv) and Allt Uaine made a pleasant and interesting walk. My brother and I set out to do this a few years back- then, we gave up in disgust at the weather, drove S, and watched Ospreys at Loch of the Lowes. There is always good wildlife on these hills. The day my brother bagged it I stayed with Mom- we found intersting moths at Ralia and I saw a Black Grouse at Phones Moor.pwheeler31/03/2003
standard circuit from Crathie - back over Geal carnnordicstar02/01/2003
Round of Geal Charn, Carn Dearg, Carn Sgulain and A'Chailleach plus 3 Munro Tops. Day 2 of 59 for all Munros.PGCE28/05/2002
with Morag SintonRockhopper05/12/2001
SRFrank02/08/2001
first ascent, 2 in party, very windy with snow cover. climbed from garva bridge via s/w ridge.rum doodle 07/03/1999
My second Munro, iffy weather, done with a few LMC members,custard9901/11/1998
LMC meetr, with Jim Cunningham, Bob Thomason and Jason WheatleyShutterlag01/11/1998
solo via G Markie up Bruach nam Biodag and down Beinn Sgiath. Nice day. only saw one personniallp19/05/1998
Galltywenallt24/11/1997
with Phill Dant nd Nicola with me carrying little Matthew in a carrypack some of the way.vegibagger21/10/1997
Circuit from Spey Damrjf3528/09/1997
Dry but cloudy, left Ted and Jenny fishing for trout.Dugswell228/05/1997
WIth Jon. Quick morning run up this.mikejacobs02/04/1997
Saw a Golden Eagle close uppaulgp29/01/1997
From Crathie up Glen Markie via Beinn SgiathPeterD17/08/1996
sclater11/08/1996
Late 90sOik03/01/1995
Cloudy, long distance tops obscured.iangalbraith16/10/1994
Heavy rain, rivers in spate. Set off up Glen Markie but abandoned that after half a km when saw size of river. Drove to Garva Bridge, did it from there. Mist down, didn't see anyone all day.Aye Jimmy28/08/1994
Raid of Meall na h-Aisre and Geal Charn from Garva Bridge on the way home from the North.Eddie23/07/1993
With: tp; Parked at Garva Bridge. Trevor and I followed track NE up Feith Talagain before cutting up to SW ridge of Bein Sgiath. The across to Geal Charn and descended down SW ridge to feith Talagain again. Wet and drizzly day.Ian Baines09/06/1993
selfdavidsbatty12/12/1992
On the 1992 TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL21/05/1992
JH, MB. Exact date unknown, Tables book.Bookerdddd05/02/1992
MC DBMartin6602/02/1992
With Den & Gemmaskyemumbler01/01/1992
With Cath Heath. raining. Up and down same way from SE. Then to stay with Shealagh nr Fort WilliamChris Pearson19/07/1991
With John and Brian. Sadly, I have no recollection of the day at all. SS04/11/1990
First Scottish Hill.Jemma Singer25/08/1990
My second Munro. Mum and Jemma's first. Rough camping. farmer moved us on but gave a better alternative.Cameron Singer25/08/1990
Self and TaffyInvicta1415/07/1990
Half day with Beinn Fhionnlaidh (3B) the other half RHW21/04/1990
Janek and Gosia from Garva Bridge.chrisbien19/07/1989
Alone in a similar roytine to the last trip. An Dirc Mhor is a very strange feature. Markie Burn in full flow again but went further down to a weir to cross. SS07/02/1987
Lovely day, very quiet and lonely hill. Nice pub lunch afterwards, then had a week at Crubenmore lodge and a week in Ullapool. douglas_easton01/06/1985
Repeated in 1987 and 1990.SS01/07/1984
From Sherramore. very hot, sunny. On rough road up the hill and crossed a sheep fence. Very long plod over foot deep bracken and hags around W side of B Sgiath to col. Large ghrassy area baking in the sun. To top at 13.50arranc08/06/1984
?pigerg01/01/1984
Staying at Fersit hostel, so caught the once a week bus from Fort William to Aviemore. Got off at Laggan, walked west to Spey Dam and ascended from here via Beinn Sgiath. Returned the same way to Fersit.JohnW31/07/1981
Laggan Bridge Up Glen Markie Up ridge N of Lochan a Choire Geal Charn Glen Markie Laggan Bridge. (PM,PL)gerrybowes26/10/1980
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