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Name:A' Chrois
Hill number:2953
Height:848m / 2782ft
Parent (Ma):74  Beinn Narnain
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Dumbarton), Catchment Boundaries, Long & Goil
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 28845 07736
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:742m  NN283076  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL39S 364S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 90 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walked from our let by Ben Arthur's bothy via Succoth on path by burn(NB it veers N btw the 2 forest roads). The relentless ascent continued following ATV tracks a bit but what was that about a marked path? We just made our way to/from Sron nan Eun- by different routes up and down- where it became easier to find our way up after all the hummocks and knolls below. We found this hill rougher than expected. The slopes were also the least snowy. For these reasons we omitted Creag Tarsuinn which was seriously in the freezer and we didn't have our ice axes etc. Fabulous sunny clear day. From the dam we returned by the track across to the new path that leads to the Narnian boulders for a gentle descent. With Pete. This was my 1200th Tump.pwheeler20/03/2020
Descent a pleasant descent despite wet weather. Vegetation heavy but not as tussocky as some other hills in area. The marked path was ok to start with once joined but very slippy walk further down.Oh no I forgot...28/08/2019
Circuit of Coiregrogain including Ben Vane, Beinn Chorranach, Ben Ime, Ben Narnain and A'Chroisraffemeister24/06/2018
From Arrochar. Up by new path and then along to dam on Allt Sugach. Descent via old pipeline path directly to A83 which in places is now a burn. Soft unconsolidated snow. Fine views from summit.benalder28406/01/2018
Pleasant weather, stunning views and nice and quiet. Didn't see anyone once we came off Beinn Narnain.Alex C27/08/2017
C/W round of an t sron, cobbler south peak, the cobbler, the cobbler north peak, beinn narnain, creag tharsuinn, a chrois west top, A, Chrois, met alan whatley, colin crawford, steve smith just below the top accompanied them back up to the summit to celebrate alans final mainland hump, great company.robertphillips27/04/2017
My final mainland Hump. Enjoyable company to celebrate with.Alan Whatley27/04/2017
Alan Whatley's final Mainland HumpColin Crawford27/04/2017
Direct path from Succoth to get started is still there and useable but is more burn than path. Hard work after that, took two hours to get up.alda01/10/2016
See Creag Thasuinndickscroop15/10/2015
Deep but managable snow. Continued to Narnain.fasgadh29/03/2013
cobler, narnain and a'chroisjb197126/05/2012
Solo with dogs. Round of Beinn Nairnain, Creag Tharsuinn and A Chrois.alexmaclennan03/07/2011
Full Beinn Narnain ridge, A'Chrois-CreagTharsuinn then main summittcrannoch28/05/2011
fine conical summit, largeish cairn, fine view. From 242063 via Creag Tharsuinn RHW30/01/2010
With Babcock R&D.Grinner13/09/2009
Great view point, somewhat in the "centre" of the Arrochar Alps. I went onto Narnain after.Kevin2903516/03/2008
Near disaster! From track along Allt Coiregrogain, 4 of us climbed up unfeasibly steep NW slopes to Creag Tharsuinn. We waded through deep snow to A'Chrois summit but weather turned. Injuries, srong wind & near zero vis forced back-track in darkness.AndyBlair197203/03/2007
Solo Uisdean2519/04/2004
From Succoth, A'Chrois via Creag Tharsuinn, up along Allt Sugach, with Fiona. Chalmers No.43agentmancuso20/07/2002
The final summit of an extremely hot day.Once again excellent views could be had from the summit. Descended along Allt Sugach until the water works track reached.garyhoney17/07/2000
Crisp, clear, sunny, good views. Came off East(isn) through forest debris. Unwise, there are serious, big, hidden fissures in this ground.iangalbraith30/11/1997
Below -12 run over A'Chois, Beinn Narnain and Ben Ime. Brill!Eddie27/12/1995
A chrois first then on to NarnainWhithaugh12/09/1993
Date approximateARM01/01/1979
From Ben ImeAlan Moore21/03/1978
Climbed soloTheflyingrabbitblank
Sick Kid04/08/2018
Tony J27/08/2017
Gavin Theobald27/03/2010
Steve Q18/03/2009