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Name:Meall Crubenmore
Hill number:5938
Height:515m / 1690ft
Parent (Ma):379  Cruban Beag
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Highland
Catchment:Spey
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
(Tu,5,HF)
Grid ref:NN 66642 90349
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:38m
Col:477m  NN663904  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
(1:25k) OL56 402
Observations:alternative summit (no feature)120m SW at NN 66583 90246
Survey:Seco 2x Hand Level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Final top on round that started from Falls of Truim CP. From MRNB across short heathery ground before picking up track to summmit mast. Headed N downhill picking up track further down and that heads back to Crubenmore Lodge and then back down main road to Car Park.Jossker16/03/2024
Meall Ruigh nam Biorag East Top, Main Top, then Meall Crubenmore. Space to park at driveway entrance for small cottage just south of Crubenmore Bridge. Mast track up onto hill.Tisteln12/02/2024
#5 of 7 from road to N, NN 6623 9346. Both summits, hand level unable to separate themRHW09/10/2023
See https://scotlandhills.net/west-of-crubenmore/hill walker24/05/2023
I'd swear the southern hump is higher than the os or hb marked one but grabbed both to be sure.Trantham Clan23/05/2023
Parked at track entrance, track for Meall Crubenmore mast, first there on lovely moorland track, then on to Am Binnein, easier than it looks (fence to cross)then on to Meall Ruigh nam Biorag, again the terrain wasnt too bad at all, lovely views from these tumps right in the centre of scotland.hils24/06/2022
Accessed along track from south off old A9.willyross16/04/2022
Post-Camino walk with mum + dad.fionaross9316/04/2022
An excellent circuit of Cruben Beag to Meall Crubenmore and back via the more westerly hills ending at Creag na Sanais. Straightforward with heather at times.sclater08/01/2022
With L & RJanet M25/04/2021
A round of 7 tops from the track to the north creag na sanais, meallach chaitrine, meall ruigh nam biorag, meall ruigh nam biorag, meall crubenmore, am binnein, cruban mor.robertphillips16/04/2021
4th of 5 Dodds in an anti clockwise route. Enjoyed the view of Am Binnein from here, the best of the 5.NormanW07/11/2020
Anticlockwise round of Allt Coire Mhoraich. Good views wet underfoot in places. Sheep grazing around mast.cjo05/10/2019
Track from S to both tops of Meall Crubenmore then across to climb up along the fence onto and along the ridge of Meall Ruigh nam Biorag to the top and back.chrisbien31/08/2018
Who knew that the A9 could look so pretty? Like a burn meandering through the glen from this vantage point.summitter18/11/2017
Ran itColinmac200525/09/2017
Circuit of 5 Highland Fives and a repeat Marilyn from NN653934chalky195327/12/2014
Simon Winton15/11/2023
RichardM07/10/2023
alanm01/08/2023
lindaross16/04/2022
Blair28208/01/2022
Marra127/07/2021
Lindsay M25/04/2021
Rod M25/04/2021
mae18/11/2019
Alex C01/11/2019
Gavin Theobald08/08/2019
nicolajane15/06/2019
alda09/12/2018
Dave Geere22/05/2018
ARM25/03/2018
Dave McG25/02/2018
Erik B25/02/2018
Steve Q28/04/2016
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