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Name:Carn a' Bhodaich
Hill number:4557
Height:655m / 2149ft
Parent (Ma):1491  Corryhabbie Hill
RHB Section:21A: Tomintoul to Banff
County/UA:Moray (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NJ 26007 28637
Summit feature:no feature: short heather
Col:606m  NJ263289  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 37
(1:25k) OL62W 420W
Observations:several cairns in summit area all lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy from Corryhabbie but very steep descent to the forest track. Also 5,6,7 cairns near the summit.Play2End22/06/2019
En route to Corryhabbie for Sharen's 1000th trig celebrations. Generally level short heather and moss summit with various cairns.Denise 06/10/2018
Quick detour on the way up Corryhabbie Hill for Sharen's 1000th trig.Tony J06/10/2018
With Graham, Iain, Tony, Denise and Alex, from Ellivreid en-route to Corryhabbie hill. Short heather, moss, lichen on quartzite rocks. Several cairns but none at the high point.RichardM06/10/2018
From Corryhabbie on way back to allenreid carpark.cjo06/10/2018
About 6-8in snow lying at summit. First time using crampons.187lenny18/02/2018
From tent at track crossing on Black Water to the east. gaiters kept me dry (just) on crossing after rain then track and heather to Cook's Cairn, just north of W to track and up good track to Corryhabbie Hill and on to Carn a'Bhodaich. Return by similar route bypassing the two intermediate summits. Good weather and pleasant route made easier by several sections of good track.dickscroop20/08/2017
4 of 5: From Corryhabbie Hill.ChrisR03/09/2016
Carn a'Bhodaich, Corryhabbie Hill, Cook's Cairn and Carn na Bruar from Allanreid car park. Bright blue skies, very little breeze and exceptionally warm for NovemberRobertP02/11/2015
heather knoll by stones. RHW09/04/2011
Sick Kid10/08/2019
Dave McG23/10/2018
Alex C06/10/2018
Alan Whatley06/10/2018
Gavin Theobald27/05/2016
Martin R31/03/2016
Colin Crawford07/11/2012
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