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Name:Creag Dhubh
Hill number:3117
Height:848m / 2782ft
Parent (Ma):548  Sgor Gaoith
RHB Section:08A: Cairngorms
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NH906042 (est)
Col:760m  NH903029  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57S 403S

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
Low cloud and heavy showers. Started at the Landing strip. Along forest track and across the bridge and through the forest to ascend 9 hairpin bends.b Bleak moorland with no visibility. With Brian R.Play2End19/10/2019
Set of from Loch an Eilein assented up the Allt Corire Follais to The Argyll Stone came across 2 Rain Deer as we descend in to Gleann EanaichNozzer24/08/2018
Great view point.BigJ24/08/2018
started at Feshiebridge187lenny15/10/2017
Good track from Dalnavert to the bothy, then I lost the path for 1km up through plenty of heather and nice trees. Found it again on after I crossed the burn and it was well worth finding.alda10/08/2017
Biked in 3km from Glider station. Made mistake of crossing bridge from there rather then heading up overgrown track so lost some time at start before cutting up onto higher path. An environmental monitoring station at point where path joins ridge. Pathless from there but easy going to Argyle Stone and summit From there South east to Creag Mhigeachadh. Mainly good going some tussocky stuff. The two stalkers paths heading SW - NE are long disused and fading away.dickscroop11/10/2014
Parked at the bend in the road by the gliding club just south of Feshiebridge and followed tracks through Inshriach Forest. An excellent summit with extensive views.JohnW13/04/2013
Up from Inshriach, on to Sgoran Dubh and Sgor Gaoithfasgadh28/01/2012
Date uncertainrjf3529/06/1983
Date uncertainrjf3514/05/1980
Dave McG16/08/2019
hill walker28/02/2016
Hugo Klip01/12/2013
Gavin Theobald10/06/2013
Colin Crawford11/10/2007
Fife Walking01/01/2005