Name:Carn na Loinne
Hill number:4891
Height:459m / 1506ft
Parent (Ma):1494  Creagan a' Chaise
RHB Section:08B: Cairngorms
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NJ 03708 22289
Summit feature:trig point
Col:342m  NJ059220  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL57N OL60 OL61S 403N 418 419S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
from Castle RoyBLACKHILL22/05/2023
Bike assisted round from the track entrance north of balliefurth farm 3 of 3.robertphillips14/10/2022
Parked at Castle Roy. From Craigmore, up SW ridge in trees to N of ride. Visited Trig Pt. And other contenders of similar height in that area. Good views. With Kath.CJM14/02/2022
2 of 4: From Craigmore. Left the muddy track at 039219. Then up through well spaced trees. With Karen.ChrisR08/02/2022
From Blairgorm. Some of the tracks have almost disappeared. Straight up through forest. Not too bad underfoot.. Great views of the Cairngorms. Forest ride towards Craigmore is waist high heather.Campbell Singer01/10/2021
Verge parked by Blairgorm to south. Easy woodland walkingcarole engel22/09/2020
Craigmore - Carn na Loinnescreeleep30/01/2020
From Croftmaquien. Tracks to start, then overgrown heathery line on way up. Nice natural vegetation on top with trig. Found better way through trees on return, cutting more SW to track. Then 381m top, again track overgrown. With B and R.jenx04/11/2019
Followed forest tracks via Croftmaquien. Upper forest area paths not clearwillyross23/10/2019
Walked from Craigmore.187lenny09/06/2019
From Lynstock Park and up past Croftmaquiem to 028219. Then up the wide heather ride to a really pleasant summit with great views. Marli accompanied me.bolton12/02/2019
Forest tracks and finally firebreak to juniper and trigpoint.cjo05/10/2018
visited when bagging the trigNozzer15/12/2017
Bagging the trig.BigJ17/02/2016
Gorgeous west east walk over these three on a row tumps middle one of which is a trigged HuMP. Breezy.but chose not to be up at 700m, wisely.vegibagger23/10/2015
Came in from Lynebreck through ravine and inadvertently did carn na Coinnse en route. Very rough heatherThearlaichdubh06/05/2015
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: We also allowed far too much time to get to the trig but the last section was steep and the path none existent. No views today due to weather but less wet than expected and hardly any snow!thejackrustles21/12/2014
Track from B970 just N of Balliefurth Farm. Track to E of top of Craigmore then up firebreak. Followed tracks to firebreak going NE towards top of Carn na Loinne.chrisbien08/06/2013
Ascended on tracks passing Croftmaquien.JohnW13/06/2012
trig in open pinewood at summit, gappy view. tk from SW past Croftmaquien then 300m of deepish heather RHW24/10/2004
Tom Mundell30/04/2024
Trekking toes30/04/2024
Dave McG11/04/2020
Lindsay M04/01/2019
Dave McG05/07/2018
hill walker24/03/2017
Rowan Piper06/10/2016
Alan Whatley25/04/2016
Martin R21/03/2016
Alan Moore03/09/2012
Colin Crawford14/08/2012