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Name:Carn Eas
Hill number:558
Height:1087.9m / 3569ft
Parent (Ma):536  Ben Avon - Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuidhe
Parent (SMC):536  Ben Avon - Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuidhe
RHB Section:08B: Cairngorms
Catchment:Dee (Aberdeen)
Class:Munro Top, High Hills of Britain, Subsimm
Grid ref:NO 12266 99256
Summit feature:embedded boulder 10m ENE of cairn
Col:1063m  NJ124003  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36 43
(1:25k) OL58S 404S
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 253 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit of approx 50km from Glen Avon car park near Tomintoul. Glen Avon track / road then continued along Glen Builg, crossing the burn and climbing Meall an t-Seangain. Continued to climb Carn Dearg (Carn Tiekeiver) and steady pull up to the Ben Avon plateau first climbing Meall an t-Seangain. Passed by Clach Choutsaich (looked too difficult in wind and mist), climbed Mullach Lochan nan Gabhar and Ben Avon North Tor. Bypassed Ben Avon summit and continued to Ben Avon West Top. Out to Carn Eas and climbed Ben Avon South Tor on the return. From here, traversed to West Meur Gorm Craig, East Meur Gorm Craig, East Meur Gorm Craig North Top, Clach Bhan and Meall Gaineimh. Descended to Glen Avon and return to start.RobertP21/06/2024
Cycled from Invercauld to NO116967. Over Carn Eag Dubh, Creag an Dail Mhor, Carn Eas, and back down via the Sneck. Lots of melting snow.daviemore18/03/2024
Keiloch - cycled to end of track in Gleann an t-Slugain - Beinn a Bhuird S Top - Beinn a Bhuird - Cnap a Chleirich - Ben Avon W Top - Ben Avon - Carn Eas - Creag an Dail Mhor - bike - Keiloch.Mark Jackson12/08/2022
Up from Glenn an-t-Slugain. Part of long round of hills including the tops of Beinn a Bhuird and Carn Eas.sarahk27/07/2022
With Karen, two day trip via Glen Slugain. Camped near Ben Avon summit. Winds very high...around 35-40mphHighland Days07/07/2022
Cycled into Inchrory from Cock Bridge then a circuit of Ben Avon and Beinn a'Bhuird plus all tops. Quite a long day - 9 hours walking. Mind you, Sue was doing a Rigby Round, so I had lots of time!Geoff Briggs04/06/2022
A big day out from camp by Quoich Water, visiting all Benn Avon tops. With B and R.jenx14/05/2022
With Sue on a perfect day after cycling to Slugain Lodge.Phreerunner29/06/2021
From Keiloch, MTB to end of track up Gleann an t-Slugain for a round of Beinn a' Bhuird ST, NT, Stob an t'Sluichd, Cnap a' Chleirich, Ben Avon and top, Carn Eas and Creag an Dail Mhor.rhalstead18/06/2019
Steep climb up grassy slopes from Creag an Dail Mhor. Solo. On Munro List 1891 , an original Munro!Dangerous Dave20/09/2017
Solo HFB12/08/2017
From Keiloch by bike along Gleann an t-Slugain, leaving bike ca 1km short of Slugain Lodge. Took paths to Sneck, then up over 1138m point to Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuidhe (scrambled up two highest parts of tor), continued across plateau to West Meur Corm Craig, then East Meur Gorm Craig, returned over main ridge, past LDB and on t Carn Eas, and then Creag an Dail Mhor, descending E of Carn Eag Dhubh to the track to the S, followed that W to reach the Sneck path, then returned to Keilochkdbennett15/06/2017
carn fiaclach, A chioch, BaB south top, beinn a bhuird, stob an t sluichd, cnap a chlerich, carn eas, creag an dail mhor, meall a t slugain, from keiloch invercauld MTB to end of tracks before ruins slugain.robertphillips22/04/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac08/04/2017
Round of southern tops of Ben Avon from Keillochnix_snilloc30/10/2016 S27/08/2016
7 f 8: From Ben Avon SW Top.ChrisR21/06/2014
Keiloch - Gleann an t-Slugain - Carn Eas - Ben Avon - Carn Eas - Creag an Dail Mhor - Gleann an t-Slugain - Keiloch.davidpettit8406/04/2012
Alone but CK nearby SheilaS17/04/2011
Climbed on way to Ben Avon. Windy, snow on ground.chriswatson25/09/2010
self (Ben Avon)davidsbatty15/08/2010
With Chris, whilst staying in Aberdeen.Grinner12/04/2008
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit10/09/2007
Easy walk across from Craeg an Dail Mhor. yorkie06/04/2007
R Richard Tait05/07/2006
Long day's solo walk from Invercauld, cycling to Slugainbarnz4801/07/2006
With Joel & Ian.Dangerous Dave24/01/2006
With Jeanettedickscroop04/08/2005
on return from Ben Avon down to Slugan- see Beinn a'Bhuird log for routepwheeler06/06/2005
With Ashely, walked in from Invercauld completing Ben Avon + some Tops, abandoned walk due to bad weather, 35km, 1275m in 12hrJamesSDonald10/09/2004
From Invercauld by bike, windy, sunny and good views.iangalbraith10/06/2004
See B a'B S top. dbb08/09/2003
With Robin.thenomad06/01/2002
Round of Beinn a'Bhuird & Ben Avon from Invercauld on a warm & sunny day solo. Followed the track along Gleann an t-Slugain past the ruin & then up S spur of Beinn a'Bhuird taking in a couple of tops for a fine summit view. E down over Cnap a'Chleirich to main summit of Ben Avon. Then S visiting other tors, Carn Eas & Creag an Dail Mhor before passing over Carn Eag Dubh to rejoin the outward route. Most of Ben Avon plateau was very easy going helped by the dry conditions.NotReallyABagger05/09/2001
with MoragRockhopper05/05/2001
With: kdji; Parked by Invercauld Br. Cycled to Slugain ruin then walked up Glas Allt Mor. Very deep snow so progress poor. I had decided to climb directly up to Carn Eas when I was caught up by Ken Daisy Jenny and Innis from Elgin and a Yorkshire couple.Ian Baines29/04/2000
Another Top on the way back. Mist quite a problem at times.Aye Jimmy24/07/1995
From Linn of Quoich on round of Ben Avon and Beinn A BhuirdPeterD25/08/1994
From Linn of QuoichBLACKHILL17/06/1994
Ben Avon round, Carn Liath (1993 summit), Ben Avon and tops, Culardoch from Invercauld.Eddie08/07/1993
After camping with friends at Inchrory. I had reached Inchrory the previous day by getting a bus to Strathdon and walking from there. We left Inchrory at 07:20 on path to East Meur Gorm Crag, West Meur Gorm Crag, Leabaidh an Daimh Bhuidhe. At SW Top I left friends and went over Carn Eas, Craig an Dail (Mhor and Bheag) and Carn Liath, down track to east to Keiloch where caught bus to Aberdeen, hence train to Stonehaven.pwbellarby24/05/1992
Ben Avon and all tops, plus Culardoch and Carn Liath RHW17/04/1990
See Ben Avon - Leadaidh an Daimh Bhuidhegerrybowes25/06/1988
2nd top of the solo day from an early start at Invercauld bridge through to a bivvy on the slopes of Beinn Mheadhoin.bolton25/06/1988