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Name:Creagan na Corr
Hill number:5825
Height:600.5m / 1970ft
Parent (Ma):109  Carn Gorm
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross
Catchment:Tay
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NN 61103 54009
Summit feature:no feature: heather
Drop:23.5m
Col:577m  NN 6121 5338  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42 51
(1:25k) OL49W 385E 386W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 6 users)ByDate of Ascent
By the sound of it I went up the same way as Alan (deer have made the fallen trees bit easy to negotiate now), then down the same way as Rod and Lindsay (track not too boggy now, despite a wet few days). Pleasant way to spend a couple of hours, with a good summit view - better from the rocks a little North of the summit.IainT19/10/2021
Same route as Rod along the E side of the Allt na Bogair to 440m. ATV track (soggy) leaves the main track at NN59962 53683 and leads up through the trees to reach the open ground at NN60460 53706.Lindsay M21/11/2020
From Carie, tried east side of hill, track ok and first part of firebreak good but then fallen trees blocked the way and I had to fiddle a way through the trees. Tussocks not bad on east side but not good on west. Nice heather and rock summit area, fine view, awful descent west for 500m through bog and trees, missed firebreak I was aiming for.alda20/10/2019
From the N, Carie Forest: Track (E side of the Allt na Bogair) to 440m then L through trees - rough and wet underfoot - and up onto the open ground beyond, which was an improvement but still fairly lumpy grass and heather. Sizable cairn on the summit plateau, with one or two higher bumps nearby. After continued to Meall Breac and returned via another forest track by the Carie Burn.Rod M12/09/2017
Solo. A very wet & windy early morning to Carn Gorm from Carie.Vin26/05/1985
Alan Whatley19/06/2023