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Name:Carn nan Tri-tighearnan
Hill number:611
Height:615m / 2018ft
RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Findhorn, Catchment Boundaries, Nairn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 82313 39027
Summit feature:trig point
Col:282m  NH757372  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 27
(1:25k) OL60 418
Observations:ground 20m S may be as high
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 180 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
GavinTheobald 319/01/2020
Forest track entrance. Track then peat hags. OKPlay2End05/09/2019
From Dalness on a very substantial bulldozed track which now goes much further than shown on(my)map. So far in fact that it makes going to the first trig point a bit unnecessary unless you are into that kind of thing. From end of track, in cloud almost from start, walked on a 280 degree bearing which took me to ground obviously rising to the summit.dickscroop07/04/2019
2 of 3:From Carn a Mhais Leathain. continued to Carn an Uillt Bhric. 2nd Visit.ChrisR18/03/2019
From Daless. Lots of peat to cross but ground frozen and some snow.RobertP31/10/2018
Seriously hot today, but thankfully windy too. From Daless (good parking, rubbish potholed road), over the ford, and up the main track (first few side tracks go to partridge rearing pens), then branch right down to the ford over the Allt Bhreac and up to the end of the track. Vague ATV track to a cairn, then down to hags and rough moor, followed by proper hags with a good deer track parallel to the ATV trails and wooden pallets. Up a broad stony stream way and then lichen and heather to the top. Back via the Carn an Uillt Bhric trig, since it's there. Best done in a drought, makes it very easy.Gill27/07/2018
Up estate track from Daless. Easy crossing between trigs. Very dry & followed vehicle tracks.ngthack08/06/2018
With Dave Roeder. From Daless (10:25), followed track which goes almost to Carn an Uilt Bhric. From there across plateau to summit. Down via ridge to S of main watercourse. Windy and cold but mostly dry. Finish 14:00dbb23/04/2018
Simon Winton09/02/2018
read all about the peat hags for this on so decided wait for winter and let it all freeze over then its a simple hill .. plans dont always work like that the road was black ice couldnt get the car in so i had an extra long walk in and all i did was swop peat hags for snow drifts ..really hard going today 20miles in allmikebeattie12/12/2017
Solo trip. Fairly new bulldozed track takes you most of the way to the ridge/plateau now.Invicta1401/06/2017
From Dalness followed track as far as it went. Over Carn an Uillt Bhric on way back. Fishing & shooting estate with plenty of gin traps on logs across hags.rogreeves08/05/2017
Sick Kid14/02/2017
GavinTheobald 222/01/2017
Climbed from Daless following the track over the ford before crossing the heather and striking up Carn an Uillt Bhric to the trig point. From here an easy walk west to the summit and trig of Carn nan Tri- tighearnan. Decent views rof the Cairngorms though the North was in cloud.Peterb27/08/2016
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK Log - Bagged in conjunction with neighbouring Carn An Uillt Bhric. Parking by roadend at NH859386, Daless. Mapped estate track now extended to NH835388. First call to Carn An Uillt Bhric then across continuous peat troughs to summit where new fences have recently been constructed. Pillar in good condition. Spider retains original looking metal OS centre cap which has never had any letters engraved into it. Returned via peat troughs and extended estate track.thejackrustles12/06/2016
On TGO Challenge, with Sue, from camp at Beinn Bhuidhe Mhor. Also climbed on 16/05/2013.Phreerunner19/05/2016
From entrance to new wind farm north of Moy, cycled NE through the farm then on to summit. Warm and sunny but with strong east wind.Topographer5710/05/2016
Parked above Drynachan and followed the marked track till it's end. Thereafter, with a myriad of peat bogs to clamber over, I first bagged Carn An Uillt Bhric and then on to this summit. A leg destroying slog back over the peat hags followed before descending back down the track.BigJ22/03/2016
From road end at Daless. Followed tracks through extensive bird breeding and shooting area. Shooting parties about however we managed to avoid by an early start. Took track high (not marked on current OS) to below trig top Carn an Uillt Bhric. By now deep snow and waded through impressive hags section to gain main summit. Returned same way in trail left for ease. Great viewpoint on top.nordicstar16/01/2016
From Dalness. A nice walk made interesting by the snow.jenx16/01/2016
dave g05/11/2015
Used bike for second time that day.IanHHill08/06/2015