|Name:||Carn na Laraiche Maoile|
|Height:||811m / 2661ft|
|Parent (Ma):||639 Carn na Saobhaidhe|
|RHB Section:||09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath|
|Catchment:||Findhorn, Catchment Boundaries, Ness|
|Class:||Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman, Deleted Corbett|
|Grid ref:||NH 58450 11256|
|Summit feature:||no feature|
|Col:||703.2m NH 5921 1264|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 35|
|Observations:||flat summit area|
|Survey:||Seco 2x Hand Level/Leica RX1250|
|Comments:||Hill 639 surveyed as 10cm higher; unlikely but possible that its summit is lower, which would make this hill the Marilyn|
|Change log:||show changes for this hill entry|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 25 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Biked up windfarm track from S of Loch Mhorto branch E under the big building and on to the end of the track then leg it up and down. The highest point looks on top of turf somebodies turned over on W side of the old fence. Ran all over the place anyway.||Eddie||16/05/2019|
|From Loch Killin/Garrogie Lodge. Crossed to wind farm road by the River E at NH554135 via two Simms, then followed track south then east to a shed about 1km from summit. There's a hydro track leading back to Garrogie Lodge from the Allt Mharconaich near Carn Liath-bhaid.||mae||25/05/2018|
|From Sheilich on good firm snow. Hp just E of fence line, fairly level, determined by hand level||RHW||30/03/2018|
|After climbing Carn na Saobhaidhe. Reached Carn a' Choire Sheilich. Took a compass bearing on Carn na Làraiche Maoile. What appeared to be a slightly higher summit appeared further to the right. My slightly higher summit is a slightly different grid reference – must investigate further. I visited both points. I walked out by using the path/track on the north side of the River Eskin to reach Dalbeg and Coignafearn. Note added 2015: The more westerly point is the 809m spot height on current OS 1:50,000 map. The more easterly point is the summit according to DBIH with height 810m.||pwbellarby||22/03/1997|