Name:Skye of Curr
Hill number:8600
Height:281.9m / 925ft
Parent (Ma):636  Geal-charn Mor
SMC/RHB Section:09A: Inverness to Strathspey
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HM03 Carndearg-chailleach
Catchment:Spey
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:NH 98725 23839
Summit feature:forestry knoll
Drop:39.2m
Col:242.7m  NH 9875 2321  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 36
(1:25k) OL60 418
Observations:ground 120m SSW at NH 98683 23753 is of similar height
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
From track to south and up minor paths to the top - numerous fallen trees but easily avoidedStueyB07/01/2024
A quick bag from the minor road, visited both areas, both have fallen trees at the top.robertphillips14/10/2022
Parked on the Skye of Curr road almost below the summit. A mixture of narrow paths and rough vegetation led to the summit plateau. Lots of wind blown trees made the last bit interesting. Definite rocky top. With Nozzer.BigJ27/07/2022
P start of track S of the hill. Easy on rough tracks and paths till near the top where there was some storm damage. E to road and back down to car.chrisbien27/02/2022
As per 187lenny.willyross07/04/2021
Walked uphill through woods from road to S187lenny09/08/2020
Similar experience to Colin Crawford.Smudge30/12/2019
Bulldozer track from 252GordonAdshead03/11/2019
1of4: From Dulnain Bridge near Heather Centre.ChrisR18/01/2019
Tight parking immediately below summit. Surprisingly rough underfootColin Crawford08/06/2018
From Croite na Beath. Circular route through Skye of Curr, Dulnain Bridge and Broomhill.callumorr13/02/2018
Parked by the footpath/road junction, followed the footpath and then turned left along a rutted ride. Eventually this meets a path which goes to the highest point. This path starts from the road about a quarter of a mile on from where I parked.JohnW16/04/2016
PeteN07/03/2024
Robin5618/11/2023
Matt10/11/2022
Nozzer27/07/2022
lindaross07/04/2021
Dave McG31/03/2021
chalky195321/03/2019
hill walker09/04/2018
Dave McG03/03/2018
alda08/08/2016
kannegray08/08/2016
Arctica17/05/2016