|Height:||541m / 1775ft|
|Parent (Ma):||633 Carn an Fhreiceadain|
|RHB Section:||09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath|
|Class:||Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NH 81346 07080|
|Summit feature:||rock slab 10m NNW of large cairn|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 35|
(1:25k) OL56 402
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 35 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|4 of 5: From Carn Allt na Baranachd.||ChrisR||09/03/2020|
|An impressive summit cairn. To avoid Denise and Richard's aggressive farmer (which Deana insisted that we do), we took a track up to Dunachton Lodge to the western ridge (a lovely walk through very dark red deer infested birch woods), then across a main ridge footpath before a heathery descent to Leault Farm and its many, many sheep dogs. A nice 90 minute round trip.||summitter||05/01/2019|
|HP 10 p NW of windshelter with superb wild views, after heathery ascent from South, via track to North of Dunachton Lodge. Stalking/ Shooting info from 01540 651226-we were informed by friendly gamekeepers that our route was clear but area to West was not. Avoid access via Leault Farm ( working sheep dog demonstrations) where an aggressive farmer barred access across his land and inferred that our car, parked on verge, nearby might not be safe as it was on 'private land without permission.'There is a new road layout / road under the A 9 S of Dunachton Lodge.||Denise||15/10/2018|
|If you are up for an argument then park on the Leault Fm. approach road and take the track through the Farm. After an unexpectedly aggressive reception from the farmer giving us concerns over the safety of our car we opted to move on and approach via the Dunachton Lodge track. Through Birch and Oak woods in splendid autumn golds then N up heathery slopes to large summit cairn and wind shelter. Blue skies and hot sunshine.||RichardM||15/10/2018|
|Ascended from Leault Farm - best to park by the entrance. Followed track through the farm and ascended from the west, where the forest started.||JohnW||06/08/2018|
|Good circuit of the three Humps. With B and R.||jenx||22/07/2018|
|Circuit of three hills from A9||nordicstar||22/07/2018|
|From Cnoc an Tiumpain via its N top and the track summit at 613m. Left track at NH803072, kept to least vegetated ground then decided to head for the cairn on the ridge below pt 486. From here, there was a trodden path through the heathery sections, all the way to the excellent summit- the best walking all day. For descent, a WSW sort of emerges WNW of the summit and a way to the track S of the grouse butts went reasonably well- as others have found. Down to Leauit- the traverse of this hill was a good finish to an enjoyable walk over A'Bhuidheanach.||pwheeler||19/07/2018|
|From Kincraig. New A9 route blocked direct access, so walked down B 9152 south to a road tunnel on side road at NH 82365 04790. Then tracks past Dunachton Lodge and up to the east edge of forest. Then pathless up west ridge to the summit. Returned the same way. With DB and RP.||Man of Kernow1||22/05/2018|
|From Kincraig. Up via W ridge. 4/8 cloud, strong SW wind, vg vis. Spectacular views. Alone.||CJM||15/02/2018|
|One of three peaks||Mc101p||12/09/2016|
|While on Backcountry Survival 3 day expedition.||clashcityrocker||11/06/2016|
|Climbed from corner of forest at NH803072.||Chris Peart||16/05/2014|
|Circuit from Balavil, along ridge from Fhreaceadain. Path up W ridge, easy descent S to track, back via Dunachton Lodge then along busy-ish B-road to start.||RHW||02/05/2014|
|Solo run while staying at Alvie||amswanston||12/04/2014|
|Exact date not known.
With a group of scouts, after a night bivouacking in the forest to the north.||callumblack||03/08/1985|