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Name:Carn Gorm
Hill number:109
Height:1029m / 3376ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 63515 50070
Summit feature:rock near small cairn on outcrop
Drop:187m
Col:842m  NN641513  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42 51
(1:25k) OL48E OL49W 378E 386W
Observations:trig point (NN 63481 50134) is over one metre lower
Survey:Leica Disto D510
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 633 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
rossdrossd25/08/2019
Debs & Talisker, Glen Lyon round, 4 Munros, 3 Munros tops and 3 other tops. Cracked the halfway mark.Mountain Goat21/06/2019
adriancowl16/05/2019
Ascent as part of my anticlockwise circuit of the Glen Lyon Horseshoe. Cold north westerly wind, but dry with clear summits. NOTE: Start at Invervar now 50yards west of telephone box.knarf05/05/2019
tomcr8824/04/2019
fellwanderer9220/04/2019
arjh19/04/2019
Clear sunny, dusting of snow. with mags and dave then after coffee did rest of round with deepa.Rodge02/01/2019
40mph gusting wind and arctic conditions on top made this the one and only hill of the day.Colin Crawford05/12/2018
From Invervar (NN 66616 48220) - Carn Gorm - Meall Garbh - Meall a' Bharr - Carn Mairg - Meall na Aighean. Woodland path then hydro track to begin then clear mountain paths from then on. Exceptional windchill, icy and also deep snow in some areas.david23020130/10/2018
fedupofuserids16/09/2018
kitmacleod01/09/2018
Didi Gee22/08/2018
Started at 07:45, as one circuit including Carn Gorm, Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg & Meall nan Aighean (Creag Mhor). Very misty on top of Carn Gorm and Meall Garbh, this cleared around 12:00 to gives good views of Schiehallion and Glen Lyon, 7:10 hours all in.chillyman808/08/2018
NHWC30/06/2018
With Karen Daly & BusterHighland Days24/06/2018
Trantham Clan05/06/2018
NeilMox21/05/2018
51st Munrolojzi86062107/05/2018
Stavanger Toestub28/04/2018
weaselmaster14/04/2018
Sick Kid14/04/2018
Carn Mairg loopHuwel10/04/2018
Steve Q06/04/2018
From Invervar. Solo. Usual ascent. Snow pretty much from treeline. Soft, deep and tiring. But a dry day weatherwise. Took a lot of effort to reach summit as snow wasnt hard enough to bear weight until around 950m. Super views. Trig buried in snow.stig_nest13/03/2018
borderline19/11/2017
DaveMcS27/10/2017
From Invervar with Meall Garbh, Carn Mairg and Meall na AigheanGeoff Briggs16/09/2017
WOORSIE05/08/2017
vgiorgio24/07/2017
Louise01/07/2017
ajwxyzt01/07/2017
Toril17/06/2017
Completed the horseshoeJamesSDonald04/06/2017
Tartantraveller09/05/2017
DuncanH09/05/2017
rdhumble07/05/2017
Hal & Rafe06/05/2017
Clockwise round of 4 munros and 3 tops - very windy but good views otherwise!twg2713/03/2017
LadyinAyeVan16/01/2017
Fabioski14/01/2017
oldbagger2706/10/2016
The expected overdose of hectoring keep-out-for-two-months notices at Invervar, then a path covered in felled forestry mess, left deliberately to put walkers off. Path up Carn Gorm once over the bridge by forest edge was fine. Rebuilt cairn by summit rock. Fallen trig pillar is lower.alda02/10/2016
Started from Invervar and went round clockwise in strong windjustin99911/09/2016
bogdodger04/09/2016
TD & CThis Dog30/08/2016
Craig6730/08/2016
Second time up; this time en route to Ben Macdui. From the Aviemore Ski Centre, up to Cairn Gorm summit. Then to Stob Coire an t'Sneachda and south; lunch by Lochan Buidhe (beautiful in the sunshine). Then straight to the summit. Return over west shoulder of Cairn Lochan (clear and easy path, well maintained).AlexanderHoward22/08/2016
hill walker21/08/2016
roddycun20/07/2016