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Name:Craig a Barns
Hill number:455
Height:360m / 1181ft
Parent (Ma):453  Deuchary Hill
RHB Section:06B: Pitlochry to Braemar and Blairgowrie
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NO 01505 44803
Summit feature:rock
Col:218m  NO020472  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52 53
(1:25k) 379E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Cally car park and took the path just to the right of the notice board, heading west. Pleasant walk through interesting mossy forest, then missed the uphill track which turned out to be at NO01764 43728, didn't look like a track at all, but did become a path up to the beallach. Started to follow a bike track heading NW, from NO01382 44187, but mistakenly left it to go up into the forest. On the return we followed the same bike track, which does pass the summit, all the way back. The forest was interesting, but the track was better. Should have had more confidence that we were on the willyross route!LizH19/02/2020
After Craig a Barns South Top. Went up path NNW from junction as per willyross route.duchally08/01/2020
From Cally car park via paths to col between two tops, near a forest vehicle junction. Look for path heading NNW from there, just to right side of muddy forestry track. This path goes all way to summit.willyross11/10/2019
A 8 tump round from parking 400m west of track to cardney loch, kil craigs, craig more, conlan hill, deuchary hill west top, rotmell hill NE top, rotmell hill, craig a barns, craig a barns south top.robertphillips10/10/2019
Pleasant morning run from Dowally, along quiet tracks to a path (seemingly used by mountain bikers) which begins about 150m WSW from the summit.Rod M01/10/2018
From the saw mills CP with Jenx and Bryher, watch for start path, not obvious. Up the burn line, good tree features then cut up diagonally to summitnordicstar06/06/2018
From the South Top picked up a path which led most of the way to the main summit. Then on to Rotmell Hill by another path leading North.NormanW28/06/2017
Thin path through open Larch woods. Trees attractive in their Autumn colours.RichardM14/11/2016
Rock outcrop in small heather clearing. There was a small path, but we did not find its start. Lovely orange Autumnal larch.Denise 14/11/2016
Climbed along with the south top on route to the bagger's meet in Weem.Alex C11/11/2016
Self and dog. Very nice trip.Invicta1419/10/2016
AsViewfinder. Childhood memories in abundance. A beautiful walk with Barbara and Kareen.Campbell Singer02/09/2016
Stunning woods and crags. With Kareen and Campbell. Picnic at top.Barbara Singer02/09/2016
Good misty dog walk.Hammy02/01/2016
From Cally CP, paths to top of Cave Pass, then on north. Little sign of tracks shown on 25K map. Reached summit under sparse larch but not without dodging spruce and tree debris. Continued NE to track corner at 016449. Detour to Crieff Hill on return.Topographer5710/03/2015
Followed high path N from car park until just past the burn. Climbed up to meet path W burn to highest point in the col. Then zigzagged up eventually taking bearing. Some high ground around shallow lochan past the ruined wall but kept on bearing for high point N returned over high point E. Just before dark.Eddie03/11/2014
fairly open wdld;pleasant interesting approach via trails from SE. RHW29/03/2003
Andrew Simmons17/03/2017
Tony S22/02/2017
Martin R23/01/2016
Alan Whatley03/10/2010
Lindsay M08/03/2009
Janet M08/03/2009
Colin Crawford05/01/2009