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Name:Creag an Chanaich
Hill number:5813
Height:755.8m / 2480ft
Parent (Ma):135  Meall Tairneachan
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Catchment:Tay
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NN 81028 54301
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:28.2m
Col:727.6m  NN 8091 5438  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 52
(1:25k) OL49E 386E
Observations:top 110m N at NN 81053 54412 is 1.6m lower; third top 100m ENE at NN811543 is lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
Along the mine track from the Forestry Scotland CP North of the Keltney Pass, cutting across damp heather to Ciochan a'Chop, following the low ridge across to the summit of Meall Tairneachan, visiting Creag an Chananaich, Meal a'Bhealach and the South and North summits of Creag and Loch from the mine track and traversing below Meall Tairneachan to its West Top and Meall Odhar Mor. The deer fence en route to the track can be crossed at the locked gate where two fencelines meet: you can either climb or wiggle under the wooden fence by the gate. Panoramic views from all these tops.Nick Down106/10/2021
Alan, Ailsa, Iainjanetf2103/04/2021
From Meall Tairneachan on a round of Loch Farleyer. A new Lunch Hut underneath to NE.Eddie26/08/2019
9 top round C/W from foss mines entrance,ciochan a chop, meall a bhealach, creag a loch, creag a mhadaidh, creag a chanaich, meall taimeachan, meall taimeachan west top, creag chan, meall odhar mor, 1 deer fence to cross with locked gate coming off meall odhar.robertphillips20/07/2018
Tomphubil CP to Weem Hotel with AC, JG & SG.Smudge12/11/2016
Circuit from Frenich. Good parking and new hydro road to 380m.jimbloomer02/06/2013
from Foss mines road, 2 Corbetts, 7 GTs and 3 subs RHW02/03/2013
Sunny, clear, cold wind, good views.iangalbraith06/04/2007
circuit with Farragon Hill from 780562, followed track out and back, onto ridge line for final peak. Messed up by quarry vehicles,not greatnordicstar08/08/2006
Continuation of walk to Farragon Hill.Aye Jimmy03/09/2000
Solo. From near Allt Kinardochy (780562) to Meall Tairneachan, Creagan Loch & Farragon Hill. Return by same route. A fine warm afternoon.Vin03/06/1995
RHW04/05/1991
iainwalton27/11/2023
Dave McG28/01/2023
stevent080910/09/2022
Gavin Theobald09/04/2022
Kevin2903525/01/2022
David12302/01/2021
Tony S18/07/2020
weaselmaster12/01/2019
Sick Kid12/01/2019
hill walker01/09/2018
Lindsay M04/06/2017
Rod M04/06/2017
jonglew12/11/2016
SteveG12/11/2016
andrew brown22/10/2016
Dave Geere27/08/2016
BrianMatthews18/06/2016
m0untain_n0mad22/04/2016
BrianFish25/11/2013
NormanW16/10/2013
alda08/08/2013
clanbonham05/05/2013
Trailmaister01/11/2012
robertphillips22/01/2012
Phaedra19/03/2011
Tricky23/11/2010
chalky195318/06/2009
Alan Whatley27/09/2005
daviemore31/01/2002
Tony Rogers08/05/2000
Colinmac200519/03/2000
thenomad26/07/1999
IainT27/09/1997
ARM04/06/1989
Kiltie04/12/1983