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Name:A' Chailleach
Hill number:183
Height:901.9m / 2959ft
Parent (Ma):178  Aonach Eagach - Sgorr nam Fiannaidh
RHB Section:03A: Loch Leven to Rannoch Station
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch)
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 18919 57935
Summit feature:cairn
Col:764m  NN 1805 5807  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384
Observations:cairn about 150m NE is about 2m lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:col height measured to be 764.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 106 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the Devil's Staircase over Stob Mhic Mhartuin, and back the same way. Snow on top. Superb viewpoint.LizH29/10/2019
From the WHW. Pleasantly surprised to find a path all the way from the devils staircase. fantastic viewpoint, cant wait to come up here again in winter.hils18/10/2019
Took West Highland way frying Glen coe road then along ridge, with Ellie dog.BLACKHILL12/05/2019
From Stob Mhic Mhartuin. Grand scenery. On to Sron Gharbh.Wycombe Wanderer04/04/2019
Solo, on unofficial glencoe skyline.amswanston20/07/2018
Travelling back from Skye and not the planned walk for the day at all but with a broken compass the others were ruled out by cloud and this was straightforward and the cloud had lifted by the time i got here. Starting on WHW then Stob Mhic Mhartuin; A Chailleach; Sron Garbh back to WHW and across to Beinn Bheag. Started to rain just before I got to car and belted down three minutes after I had got into it.dickscroop04/06/2018
west east traverse clachaig gully to altnafeadh sgorr nam fiannaidh, stob coire leith, AE west top, AE east top, meall dearg, meall dearg east top, am bodach, sron garbh, A,Chailleach, stob mhic mhartuin, beinn bheag,cycled back downhill to clachaig inn.robertphillips25/10/2016
Glencoe SkyraceLittledave18/09/2016
Out and back from Devil's Staircase summit, path to Stob Mhic Mhartuin then good ground.Eddie20/03/2016
Alan Dawson's final new Munro using path to Am Bodach then take fainter RH path to gain ridge before Sron Gharbh with Alan, Bert, Charles, Colin, Eric, Iain, Ken, Phil, and moi. Dry until after this summit. Colin and Ken left to return to their cars leaving the magnificent seven to continue.Dugswell201/09/2012
Alan Dawson's final new Munro using path to Am Bodach then take fainter RH path to gain ridge before Sron Gharbh with Alan, Bert, Colin, Eric, Iain, Ken, Phil, and moi. Dry until after this summit. Colin and Ken left to return to their cars leaving the magnificent seven to continue.vegibagger01/09/2012
fine summit, fresh snow, great views. from Altnafeadh, back along the road from Allt-na-reigh RHW09/04/2006
With Chris & Craig, the day the Swiss guy fell off the Aggy ridge.Grinner12/10/2003
Ascended from Allt-na-reigh. yorkie23/10/2000
From Am Bodach.PeakyPete23/03/2000
estimate of day.AJR09/10/1998
Estimated date - led Ken and Rita along entire ridge.Aimless Rambler10/09/1998
Estimated date - led Supergroup along entire ridgeAimless Rambler01/08/1996
second ascent of the ridge, but first ascent of the tops from the devils staircase, 2 in party, fine sunny day for september. climbed from lagangarbh hut, via the devils staircase, then all the tops along the ridge, descending via the clachaig gully path, steep with loose rock, to the clachaig for several pints.rum doodle 15/09/1995
Aonach Eagach ridge from Altnafeadh to Pap of Glencoe. Hot sunny , fantastic visibility.gary.jones423/05/1990
From Devils staircase first hill on an extended Anoach Eagach ridge for a longer dayN.Morters21/04/1990
With: ag mp ri ls ak iw jmr; Aonach Eagach in winter. Up Am Bodach from A82. Steep descent then past Chancellor to Meall Dearg. Over Aonach Eagach to Stob Coire Leith then Sg nam Fiannaidh. Hard snow throughout. Great conditions. Descent via Pap.Ian Baines28/03/1983
With: sj da; Camped @Red Squirrel. Up road to Am Bodach the across Aonach Eagach ridge in very warm hazy sunshine to Sgorr nam Fionnaidh. Descent by side of Clachaig Gully to Clachaig Inn & much later to campsite.Ian Baines11/09/1979
Ascended when heading for the Aonach Eagach, whilst walking from Kingshouse to Kinlochleven.JohnW02/09/1976
Rod M19/09/2017
Tony S20/08/2017
Dave Geere07/09/2015
Alan Whatley28/04/2014
Colin Crawford01/09/2012