Name:Carn Feur-lochain
Hill number:4435
Height:692m / 2270ft
Parent (Ma):1100  Beinn Tharsuinn
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland
Catchment:Dornoch
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,GT,Y)
Grid ref:NH 40525 84463
Summit feature:rock
Drop:111m
Col:581m  NH411840  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437N
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Carn Lochain Sgeireich on route to Beinn Tharsuinn.Jossker23/09/2022
Parked in car park at Glen Calvie road end for a circuit of 12 Simms, 1 HF and 6 other tops. 43km, 2000m ascent, 13 hours. 3/13PGCE08/06/2021
Revisit. #3 of 6 from NE, Glencalvie Lodge road end car parkRHW29/10/2020
From Calvie Lodge, Glen Calvie, then round of Coire a Mhalagain. With B and R.jenx10/08/2020
On way back from Beinn Tharsuinn to Glencalvie.MichaelF25/07/2019
Long route from Black Bridge. Along Strath Vaich. Very steep climb to flat summit of Meall a' Chuaille, traverse to Meall a' Chaorainn, then very steep descent back to track. Continued over Carn Lochain Sgeireich, Carn Feur-lochain, Dunan Liath then Beinn Tharsuinn and camped by Crom Loch. In the morning on to Carn Crom-loch and return. Rain for most of first day with low cloud, but cleared later.RobertP31/05/2019
2 of 10: From Dunan Liath.ChrisR07/05/2019
From Glencalvie Lodge car park, Dunach Liath, Leac Gorm, 4436 Dunan Liath, 4435 Carn Feur-lochain, 1100 Beinn Tharsuinn, 4437 Leaba BhruicJim.Fothergill22/04/2016
See Dunan Liathdickscroop19/03/2015
RHW05/05/2008
sarahk11/05/2024
bjewing09/07/2022
weaselmaster01/07/2022
Fletch31/03/2022
interloper31/03/2022
kathyh06/07/2021
hill walker28/05/2021
BaggerGutt23/08/2020
Lindsay M31/07/2020
govanah14/08/2019
mae15/05/2019
AndyS05/05/2018
Alan Whatley03/04/2016
Martin R02/10/2015
Arctica09/05/2015
RichardM18/04/2015
Gavin Theobald03/06/2011
chalky195324/05/2010
Colin Crawford19/04/2010
Tricky07/06/2008
alda24/05/2008
grumpy20/04/2008
neilsan05/08/2007
jimbloomer05/06/2007
Alan Moore08/10/2006
IainT13/05/2003
StueyB12/05/2002
andrew.allum01/01/2000
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