Name:Creag Bhreac
Hill number:11094
Height:180m / 591ft
Parent (Ma):1399  Beinn Bhan
SMC/RHB Section:19A: Oban to Loch Fyne
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Topographical area:HS03 Lui-bhuidhe
Catchment:Add
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:NM847005 (est)
Drop:35m
Col:145m  NM849005  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 55
(1:25k) 358N

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 9 users)ByDate of Ascent
Over the gate marked Easter Eurach on the B840 at 852-010. Follow the gravel path up to nearly the summit. Wish I'd known this on the way up, yurgh!!! Remains of a dun at the summit.DavieRuts24/01/2022
From Barr Mor. Reasonable animal tracks along the ridge. Ascent has a track built for the new broadleaf plantation and now getting overgrown. On to Bheinn Bhan.sclater05/01/2022
2nd tump of 11 from Kilmartin, after Barr Mor, continuing Nne to the top via a track (Not marked on OS maps but visible on aerial view). Descent S at first on track as very steep cliff to the East, then heading to Beinn Bhan...Dazingdale07/09/2021
Up the Ballibrad track from Kilmartin, taking the first available right turn, which leads to the west side of Maol achadh-bheinn. A quick climb up its grassy slopes then over a well-built stone wall to its neighbouring North Top. Animal tracks help route-find amongst the complex terrain to Beinn Bhan, the higher level ground perhaps being the easiest to navigate. Then baby-heads and bracken on the NW passage to Creag Bhreac, a handy stone track making the final climb to its top much easier than would otherwise be the case. The steady rise to Barr Mor is relatively hazard free, then simply a drop down back to the Ballibrad track and the historical and touristic delights of Kilmartin.summitter16/05/2021
Circuit from Carnassarie Castle car-park.chalky195321/03/2018
Got a lift from Jon Foote from Torran Bay Hostel to road junction then straight up steep wooded slopes towards Creag Bhreac after one false top.Dugswell207/06/2015
With Beinn Bannordicstar07/06/2015
From wooden gate Easter Burach on B840 to Ford. Followed zig-zag gravel track, (for argocat?) up to junction. Took right track to large metal shed, and past caravan towards summit. Onwards to Beinn Bhan.Minto06/06/2015
Alex C09/06/2015