Name:Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan [Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan]
Hill number:805
Height:1149.7m / 3772ft
Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
Classification:Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,HHB,Mur,Y
Drop:433m
Col:717m  NH098238  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2477031/08/2018NH 05703 22840  F: Remains of large cairnDSM
Summit
DM
2774623/05/2019NH 05704 22842  F: CairnDSM
Summit
DM
3630327/08/2021NH 05704 22842  F: Sprawling cairnDSM
Summit
DM
4044907/04/2023NH 05704 22839  F: CairnDSM
Summit
DM
4197523/05/2018NH 05699 22842  F: Rock by cairn
S: Leica RX1250
alda
Summit (offset)
Jim
4260726/04/2024NH 05707 22842  F: CairnCraig67
Summit
GJ
-302025/08/2004NH 05706 22839  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
LR
Summit
-302114/10/2006NH 05705 22839  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
SM
Summit
-302211/06/2007NH 05705 22839  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
jimbloomer
Summit
-302311/09/2012NH 05705 22841  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
HFM
Summit



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SoloTopsaswell25/05/2024
Solo from Glen Affric YH after northern Munro on lovely day.Denise 24/04/2024
From the Alltbeithe hostel onto the ridge to the north. Then Stob Coire na Cloiche, Stob Coire nan Dearcag, Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan E Top, Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan, Carn na Con Ddu, Mullach na Dheiragain, returning to Bealach nan Daonine to cross Coire na Dearcag to the opposing ridge NE of Stob Coire na Cloiche to ascend An Socach W Top and An Socach before returning down to the bealach and hostel. Morning was showery/snowy and tops in cloud before weather started to clear up mid afternoon. Generally limited views until early evening. Alot of wet snow on the top 200m of the SE and NE ridges of Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan. With Gillianrichard6922/04/2024
Great walk up the fabulous north ridge with Jill. Met Mark (Hostel Manager) on the summit. Then along to the West Top. M129 Rnd2.Dangerous Dave16/08/2023
From Cluanie.hils04/08/2023
Up from carnachAndrew Simmons24/06/2023
Warm, sunny and clam on the summit.Skagglavar06/05/2023
After Sgurr Gaorsaic with Dave W. Some softened drifts between W and E tops. Carried on to pitch on ridge about 2km E. Wind got up in night. Rounsfell02/04/2023
1/3 - big day from Glen Affric hostel - fair weather. The initial walk in to col feels easy enough but lots of up and down to the first summit. Promise of clearing skies didn't happen.....wychwood18/09/2022
With Pete, Tim B, Ella, Rory, Rafi, Alex, & Fergus. From Stob Coire na Cloiche. Lovely ridge approach. Descended back to Alltbeithe via Coire na Cloiche to fell wildcamp & walk out to the Cluanie Inn. Bit claggy at the top, but heavily raining on descent and horribly sodden in the bog with tricky river crossings on the walk out.millionmts15/08/2022
Alltbiethe, up stalkers path to bealach, 100 metres west cairns mark path down and across corrie to Mullach na Dherigain ridge, over to Mullach na Dheirigain and back. Then up fantastic ridge to summit. Down to An Sochach and back to Alltbiethe.Flatfield27/07/2022
Mullardoch round of all Munros and all Munro Tops. 3 day backpack.Geoff Briggs14/07/2022
A long day from Morvich to walk fine north ridge tops of Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan. 33 km. With B and R.jenx19/04/2022
An Socach, Mullach nan Dheiragain and Sgùrr nan Ceathreamhnan solo from Glen Affric in a day. Was originally planning to do these as a 2-day trip with a stay at Altbeithe, but due to the Covid closure, I decided to try it as a single day outing. Took the bike and left Glen Affric car park at just after 4am in pitch black - head torch and bike front light illuminating the Affric/Kintail way. Track was rideable for the first 4.5 miles though - but after Athnamulloch, it was mostly unrideable with large boulder-covered sections of track, and frequent flooded sections, so it ended up being almost 6:30am by the time I arrived at the hostel. In hindsight, I'd rather have just left the bike at home and done the 6miles walk-in/out from Cluanie (boggy but almost 3 miles shorter). Locked the bike at Althbeithe and had a wee breather on a log, taking in some breakfast. The hill walk started cloudy with drizzle so I was in full waterproofs for most of the initial ascent. This did clemproudfoot17/10/2021
With Dan, second Munroschima1228/06/2021
Weather fair.MountainMac28/06/2021
with MarianDesperate Stan28/06/2021
Mullardoch loop, 12 Munros, 17.5hrsHuwel17/06/2021
Loch Mullardoch Circuitmaclrc22/05/2021
The big hill of the 3. Decided to do it 2nd so itd be an easier out at the end of the day. Cracking shaped hill😀akmilne31/07/2020
Biked in from car park (roughly 9miles), this was the second of 3 done on the day.FCMark31/07/2020
With Jack Loch Mullardoch roundfellie24/07/2020
Accessed from the Glen Affric Youth Hostel, hiked in from Glen Affric Car Park with on Friday 6th September with Alex McBride. On Saturday 7th September, Alex and I bagged the three Munros to the north of the Hostel, Mullach na Dheiragain (982m), Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan (1151m) and An Socach (921m). It was sunny all day with only a few clouds visible. The views were great, particular of Ben Nevis to the south, Torridon to the north, the Cullin Ridge and Skye Bridge to the west. 11:10 hours all in.chillyman807/09/2019
With Rob H we had stayed at Alt Beithe SYHA. We set off up the hill at the back of the youth hostel in gathering mist and scattered showers. Our intent was to climb Sgurr Nan Chreathamhnan and Mullach na Dhearagain. We climbed An Socach last from the col having traversed the valley to cut off the repeated traverse Sgurr Nan Chreathamhnan. A 12 mile day. Wet conditions cool misty in patches.david.walker4020/05/2019
with Jennyphilpower01/08/2018
Up from Alltbeithe YH from wild campAdventurers511/06/2018
From Killilan, cycled to Carnach, walked to Iron Lodgy, then along tracks to Gleann Sithidh, up west flank of Creag a' Choir' Aird, south along ridge over Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain and Carn na Con Dhu, bivvyed at Bealach nan Daoine, up Sgurr nan Ceathramhnan, round to West Top, then N over Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor to Stuc Fraoch Choire, descended towards Loch Lon Mhurchaidh, then along tracks back to Carnachkdbennett03/06/2018
Long day from Chisholm Bridge camp, tricky navigation in cloud but clearing laterCapt Malbec06/05/2018
With ChrisGeraldine Fardon30/04/2018
From Alltbeithe with Geraldine.Chris Blake30/04/2018
From Killilan Parking, MTB out to Carnach then a round of Mullach Sithidh, Mullach na Dheiragain, Carn na Con Dhu, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, WT, Stuc Bheag, Stuc Mor, Stuc Fraoch Choire and Creag Ghlas.rhalstead04/06/2017
C/W route from killilan biked to iron lodge mullach sithidh, mullach na dheiragain, carn na con dhu, stob coire na cloiche, stob coire nan dearcag, squrr nan c east top, squrr nan c, squrr nan c west top, stuc bheag, stuc mor, stuc fraoch choire, creag ghlas, squrrna h eige, meall squman, 12 hours.robertphillips28/05/2017
Mullach na Dheiragain/Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan/An Socach from Strawberry Cottage. With David Main.MorecambeMonkey13/05/2017
north affric ridgeTom D13/05/2017
Climbed solo. Cycle from Glen Affric Hostel to Allt Coire Ghaidheil bridge. Stalkers path to Bealach Coire Ghaidheil. Rugged but straightforward ridge walk over An Socach N top, An Socach, An Socach W top, Stob Coire na Cloiche, Stob Coire nan Dearcag, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan E top to Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan main summit. The latter is a superlative mountain - vast, complex, remote and with a nice pointy peak! Returned to Bealach Coire na Cloiche, and thence down fine stalkers path to the hostel. Weather was fine with morning mist clearing to give a fine afternoon with far-ranging views from all summits. Caught in a heavy shower on descent around 6pm. Time ~ 8 hours.jamessteel10020/08/2016
Day 2 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs31/07/2016
YAC. Pete Evans from Strawberry Cottage, Glen Affriclithosyork29/05/2016
Morvich - Allbeithe - An Socach - Mullach na Dheiragain - Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan - Beinn Fhada - A'Ghlas-bheinn - Morvich. Day 58 of 59 for all Munros. 44km, +/- 2900m, 15 hours.PGCE24/04/2016
From Alltbeithe hostel after Mullach na Dheirgan. The sun broke through the very threatening clouds and had excellent views across to Kintail, Knoydart and Glen Dessary. Excellent day's walkingmunromurph17/08/2015
With ChristineKeith9911/08/2015
Day 2 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema12/07/2015
Fifth Munro of the day. Feeling a wee bit tired. Great views.Play2End03/07/2015
With Vicky. Epic circuit. Fidget30/06/2014
Done as a part of a complete round of Mullardoch 12grahamzwilson27/06/2014
Second and highest of the day. Massive pyramidal peak with top now in cloud. Reached summit at 1710 hours. Walking with Maggie but able to see Reeds x 3 for long spells on other parts of the long ridge. Gave excellent perspective on the massive scale of these very big hills.dave neilson01/06/2014
with dave, after mullach nan dheiragain and before an socach from camp at loch affric (E,N and A)mn2301/06/2014
With E, Al & Neilsons. From Glen Affric. Great ridge. Sair feet, so didn't do Mullach na DheiragainNorman Reid01/06/2014
3rd of 3, solo. After only a brief stop on MnD it was back along to collect pack and then cracking climb up ridge to summit. Think I was 2 hours from MnD and it is a fair distance! Views and weather just epic, hardly anyone on hill and just an excellent day. But you're still a long way from home, couple of ups and downs before path back to hostel and then another hour for the cycle out. 50k (30k on bike), ~1850m, ~13hrs. Absolute epic!bowzi25/08/2013
With Climbing ClubJamesSDonald13/07/2013
4 of 7: From Carn na Con Dhu.ChrisR17/06/2013