Name:Cnap Eas Chaorach
Hill number:6172
Height:700m / 2297ft
Parent (Ma):604  Cnap Chaochan Aitinn
RHB Section:08B: Cairngorms
Grid ref:NJ150097 (est)
Col:679m  NJ148098  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL58N 404N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy going from the track 2/5Fellhugger22/11/2023
On day 9 of TGOC 2023, between Water of Caiplich and Corndavon Lodgealistairpooler20/05/2023
Cnap Chaochan Aitinn by MTB from Glen AvonPeteF23/07/2021
A lengthy trek from the Queen's View carpark along the track to Cnap Chaochan Aitinn was relieved by seeing some nice woodland regen in the glen. Although very hot, extremely strong winds ironically forced us to have lunch cowering behind the summit weather station. Once we had got our breaths back and quiche consumed we almost flew over to Cnap Eas Chaorach, before having to lean into a slog back over the Graham and the ensuing heather and hag to Carn na Ruabraich. Further meteorological and vegetational punishment to Carn Ruabraich and Druim na h-Easgainn before dropping down to the sheltered Delavorar and back on-track to the camper.summitter17/07/2021
Backpacking from wild camp east of Fords of Avon, over Creag Mhor, down Glen Avon, up Glen Loin to the Graham, then out to Cock Bridge.davidpettit8401/06/2021
Walked round from Drum Loin187lenny25/08/2019
Quick walk over and back from Cnap Chaochan Aitinn. Solo.Dangerous Dave06/05/2019
Why is this listed?Martin R18/11/2014
Sunny spells, warm, good views.iangalbraith02/06/2004
Dave McG03/06/2019
Gavin Theobald27/09/2015
Rod M30/08/2015
hill walker14/06/2015
Alan Whatley15/02/2006