Name:Sron Riach
Hill number:552
Height:1113.7m / 3654ft
Section:08A: Cairngorms
Classification:MT,HHB,sSim
Drop:23.3m
Col:1090.5m  NN 9982 9793  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1938031/05/2017NN 99994 97785  F: CairnDSM
Summit
DM
3033319/01/2020NN 99995 97787  F: Small cairnDSM
Summit
DM
3926613/10/2022NN 99995 97787  F: Small cairnDSM
Summit
DM
4229629/06/2018NN 99994 97791  F: outcrop
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Summit (offset)
Jim
-204307/07/2013NN 99993 97785  F: cairnBengt Karlsonn
Summit



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Anti-clockwise circuit of Derry Cairngorm, Ben Macdui & Carn a'Mhaim from Derry Lodge. Summits clear all day.geoffh1223/09/2023
From Linn of Dee. MTs Sron Riach and Sgurr an Lochan Uaine. Back via Derry Cairngorm and Carn Crom. Fine day. With B and R.jenx24/05/2023
Bike to Derry Lodge then round Coire Sputan Deargdaviemore13/05/2023
With overnight camp in Glen Lui, superbly clear day if a little windy. On to Carn Etchachan next.Grinner17/07/2021
Round of previously un-climbed Munro Tops From Coire Cas Car Park: Lurcher's Crag, Carn Etchachan and Sron Riach.benalder28405/06/2021
From Linn of Dee, cycled to Derry Lodge, continued on tracks into Glen Luibeg and up Sron Riach, then headed N to Carn Etchachan, returning directly summit of Ben Macdui, continuing down past Sron Riach to rejoin tracks back to Derry Lodge and then Linn of Dee.kdbennett13/07/2019
From Linn of Dee Car Park (NO 06291 89816) - Derry Lodge - Sron Riach - Ben Macdui - Stob Coire Sputan Dearg. Descent back over Sron Riach and back to the car park reversing the outward route.david23020108/07/2019
Solo - see Ben MacduiTopsaswell25/06/2019
From Linn of Dee, MTB to Derry Lodge then a round of Sron Riach, Stob Coire Sputan Dearg, Creagan a Choire Etchachan, Sgurr an Lochan Uaine, Derry Cairngorm, Little Cairngorm and Carn Crom.rhalstead16/06/2019
Ben Macdui North Top, Ben Macdui [Beinn Macduibh], Sron Riach, Stob Coire Sputan Dearg and Carn Etchachan. From the Cairngorm ski center in glorious sunshine.Alunrees3327/06/2018
With ChristineKeith9923/05/2018
With Keithchristine9923/05/2018
Derry Cairngorm onto to Macdui via the tops and down 23k plus bikes to Derry Lodge another 10k with Gordon and Nick back in dark finished 8pm. Started 10.15Dunlawyering06/10/2017
Solo (after Al descended). 12:55(comma) 31km(comma) 1742m ascent. Fidget05/05/2017
 yorkielad04/04/2017
2 day bothy trip bagging munro tops started ski centre over cnap coire na spreidhe, cairn gorm, fiacaill choire chais, stob coire an t sneachda,cairn lochan, carn etchachan, sron riach, squrr an lochain uaine, creagan choire etchachan, stacan dubha, beinn mheadhion sw top, stob coire etchachan, then dropped down to hutchison hut for the night.robertphillips22/09/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac24/08/2016
on route to MacdhuiRoblex19/08/2015
On way to Ben MacduiOwain G28/08/2014
route to Ben MacDui. Felt like a crisp Winter day. Early frost and mist in valley, clear blue sky all day. Return via Derry Cairngorm.Angelaf26/08/2014
SMHC Sunday club walk with Peter McDonald, Jim Louge, Karin Marshall, Diane Bruce & Liz Gray. cycled to nr Luibeg river walked from there. No views from top low cloud & very cold with icy blasts. Stunningly fantastic beautiful Ridge walk to the Ben Macdui Sron Riach ridgeLizzieG18/05/2014
2nd highest people in the UK for a short period of time ;-)yeha31/08/2013
STONEY CLUB 16/06/2013Grah-tfun16/06/2013
Two day bothy trip from Linn of Dee: Beinn Bhrotain - Monadh Mor - Angel's Peak - Cairn Toul - Devil's Point - Corrour bothy - Carn a' Mhaim - Derry Cairngormdavidpettit8422/08/2012
4 of 7: From Carn a Mhaim.ChrisR12/03/2012
Veryhappybunny28/10/2011
RoyJimA04/09/2011
self (Ben Macdui)davidsbatty08/10/2010
Long day's solo cycle & walk in fair weather, from Linn of Deebarnz4802/08/2009
CK SheilaS25/05/2008
R Chris Richard Tait05/09/2007
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave03/02/2007
Tough descent and reascent from Carn a'Mhaim. yorkie26/07/2006
t65redcon25/06/2006
With Jeanettedickscroop03/05/2005
2 of 3: From Ben Macdui.ChrisR29/09/2004
See Ben Macdui for details dbb27/03/2004
Solo from Linn of Dee, cycled to Derry Lodge, then on foot to Luibeg bridge, up the Sron Riach in near gale headwind, from summit dropped round over Etchachan and towards Hutchinson hut for bivvy.nordicstar09/10/2003
With Ashley and Fraser (first Monroe) completing Ben Macdui from Linn of Dee. 29.5km, 1265m in 11.9hrJamesSDonald01/10/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
From ski tow car park, rain now passed, limited views.iangalbraith26/09/1999
With eva - bikedbrianm19/09/1998
Galltywenallt25/07/1998
From Linn of Dee to Ben MacduiPeterD01/07/1998
Walking course weekend day 1rebornscout01/07/1997
Backpacking trip.Dugswell225/06/1997
On a horse-shoe with Carn a'Mhaim from Linn of Dee.Aye Jimmy08/04/1996
Anticlockwise Munro and tops round from Linn of Dee: Derry Cairngorm ... Mheadhoin, Macdui ... Carn a'Mhaim. Glorious start with rain at the end.Eddie01/09/1993
1993Oik05/01/1993
A solo summer 'expedition' over 2 long days taking in all Western Cairngorm Munros & tops with an overnight high bivi half way.Chris Pearson29/05/1992