Name:Caimhlin Mor
Hill number:4234
Height:659.5m / 2164ft
Parent (Ma):621  Carn Dearg
SMC/RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HM03 Carndearg-chailleach
Catchment:Findhorn
Class:Simm, Graham Top
(Tu,Sim,GT)
Grid ref:NH 68523 14666
Summit feature:no feature: tussock
Drop:33.5m
Col:626m  NH 6847 1434  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
(1:25k) 417
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Alan Whatley14/06/2023
Parked at Coignafearn road end car park for a circuit of 8 Simms. 1/8. Boulder-hopped across river NE of hill. Good view down to the Lodge. My 1000th summit logged on hill-bagging in 2021.PGCE21/06/2021
hill walker20/06/2021
#1 of 8 from Coignafearn road end car park, bridge to NW essential. Found just 1 of the OS BMs along road en route, rainy approach but dry from summit :-)RHW23/10/2020
2 of 2: From Am Bathaich East Top via a lunch break at the fishing lochan on the north side.ChrisR19/09/2020
Dave McG18/01/2020
mae17/04/2019
Fletch10/06/2018
alda08/06/2018
BaggerGutt25/03/2018
A short day from Dalbeg before biking out to finish tops at head of Strath Dearn.From bridge at Coignafearn straight up Coinnlin(Gt) then followed fence south, leaving it to head east a few hundred metres to Carn na Meirleach(Ct) then down to good track almost to summit of Carn Coire Odhair - many grouse butts here hence the good track.dickscroop03/07/2017
interloper22/06/2017
neilsan18/05/2017
Gavin Theobald18/04/2015
IainT30/04/2011
chalky195305/08/2009
Colin Crawford15/05/2008
StueyB31/07/2004
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