Follow the crest of the rim around to Meall Shuas, then descend very pleasant grassy ground to Loch Mullardoch some 500m below. To view previously saved markers which fall within the bounds of the map, click the show link (you may need to repeat this if you zoom or pan away from the current position on the map). Show Map Site best viewed with screen area of 1024 by 768 pixels. / reset. We were now about 25 miles into our round, and there's not getting away from it: this was the toughest of the day. 14 Circuit of Loch Monar 15 Loch Mullardoch hills 16 Carn Eige, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan and more 17 Cluanie Horseshoe from Glen Affric 18 Beinn Fhada, The Brothers and the Five Sisters 19 South Glen Shiel Ridge to The Saddle 20 Ladhar Bheinn and Loch Hourn 21 The Sgurr na Ciche range – a Rough Bounds round 22 Glen Finnan circuit 23 Beinn Odhar Bheag and the Rois-Bheinn group Lochaber, The … The bulky twins Carn Eige and Mam Sodhail are the highest in Scotland north of the Great Glen. The views from this Munro are fine, however Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, the turning point on the route, appears a very long way away ! Progress was slower than anticipated with the level of navigation required so when Tom a'Choinnich's summit was reached it was time to make tracks back to Glen Affric rather than carry on … Return to Carn na Con Dhu, then slog up the 300m to Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan's summit. Below this minor top the ground becomes quite steep and covered in deep heather with hidden holes to catch tired ankles ! Continue north-east then east and drop a further 100m. Third summit, glorious day now. Long day into the wilds. Camped at Iron Lodge especially to do this peak. Very wet and boggy involving two river crossings with boots and trousers off. Went straight for the top, no paths up the side of the mountain - up and own due to numerous streams cut into the side. Path on top coming from Glen Affric.Snowing on top in August. No views from top but cleared on the way down to make it all worth while. With E. Parked at Glen Affric forestry commission car park. Along track past Affric Lodge > path up by Allt Coire Leachavie > Mam Sodhail > Carn Eighe and return same route. The descent off Mam Sodhail to Carn Eighe is steep and trickier than it looks on the map so contoured around on return journey. Weather superb after brief early shower giving excellent views. A tough day. Club weekend staying at Strawberry cottage Completed Beinn Fhionnlaidh and Carn Eighe, Track near Affric Lodge N, then W across moorland to Sgurr na Lapaich, along ridge via Mullach Cadha Rainich to Mam Sodhail, then N to Beinn Fhionnlaidh (contouring past Carn Eige on W side), via Stob Coire Lochan, returned over Carn Eige, then along E ridge over Stob a' Choire Dhomhain, Stob Coire Dhomhnuill, Sron Garbh, then descended to Gleann nam Fiadh to follow track out, but it was in such poor condition that I crossed the river and took the track S direct back to Affric Lodge. More enjoyable is the scramble to Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan's western top, from where aim south and pick up some fenceposts, then continue over Beinn an t-Socaich back to the hostel (see green line on map below). Mullardoch circuit - snow, sun and inversions: 7th Jun 2013 : rockhopper63: Mullardoch Dozen: 31st May 2013 : munros111: Here we go round the Mullardoch… 24th Jul 2012 : Byrdman: Glen Affric 2012: 26th May 2012 : jonaksel: Glen Affric (1x3) +4 -1 = 4: 7th Nov 2011 : Frogwell: Mullardoch Megathon: Day Three: 2nd Aug 2011 : AdrianL: Boat trip up Mullardoch (June 2007) 9th Jun 2007 : malky_c: Carn … Switch to Bing Maps view Turn westwards and cross easy ground to reach Carn nan Gobhar's bouldery summit with two cairns - the northern one is the summit. So green it hurts! At an appropriate point, leave the track and head north over easy terrain aiming directly for Toll Creagach. This site is printer friendly. Date walked: 24/07/2017. Follow the uphill path for around 1km to the 1000m contour, then aim north-east over gravel to the minor top. Continue down south-east, then east and pick up a stalkers path that travels down to the Affric road, from where it's 3km hike back to the bridge. Don't head up to Carn Eighe ! The weather at this point was particularly horrible. Alternatively, you could choose to walk along the northern shore of the loch, however I can't recommend this as the path deteriorates into a wet mucky mess that constantly climbs and drops, sapping your strength. Into Coire na Cloiche, once the rate of ascent lessens, turn west-north-west and aim for An Socach. The mountains to the south of Loch Mullardoch and above Glen Affric are rougher, require more effort and have no obvious pathed routes accessing from Loch Mullardoch. The obvious route choice back to Alltbeithe is to head south-east along the ridge for 1km, then drop down on grassy ground. From the bealach, hike uphill on the path, occasionally zig-zagging on the ridge to gain the crest. Great memories. You'll need to check out the access arrangements along the private road through Glen Strathfarrar (see 'Local info & more'). However further down the ground is covered in really deep thick heather, with hidden wet mossy holes, making for slow tiring progress - not what you need at the end of a really long day. The first of several ascents. The summit reached from Mam Sodhail in clearing weather&period. This is a #nofilter beauty from one of my forest walks near Fort Augustus. In Glen Affric drive along the road to a bridge 2km before the road end where there is plenty of parking space available. They're typically done from Glen Affric in the south, but a more ambitious amphibious approach down Loch Mullardoch gives access to perhaps the most logical long circuit on these hills, a six-Munro horseshoe around Gleann a' Choilich that also includes the stunning multi-ridged peak of Sgurr nan … Cairn Toul is the most shapely of the high Cairngorms, rising as a giant sentinel above the infant River Dee. Sample Curation That Offers Solutions. We are your Design Ally. The best way in however is to cycle the 13.5km from the road-end in Glen Affric along the track on the south side of Loch Affric. (Please be considerate with your usage of the OS map pages, as there are daily limits), View on: Geograph  OS Maps  Streetmap  Magic  NLS  OSM, Full screen map Up over a wet rise followed by a final 100m climb on the peat and boulders path to the large cairn on An Socach's summit. En route to Beinn Fhionnlaidh. From Glen Affric. Re-visit. first ascent, solo, goc 1995, snow showers some heavy turning to rain. climbed the 3 munros from a wild camp by loch mullardoch on the way out to the cluanie inn for the night. met chris brasher on the hike out. Climbed from camp in Coire Mhic Fhearchair during second day of walk over Affric and Mullardoch munros. On round of Mam Sodhail, Carn Eighe, Stob Coire Lochan and Beinn Fhionnlaidh. Follow a track down to a boat house, then continue up a new track past the Chisholm cairn and continue westwards. The Munros to the north of Loch Mullardoch (Carn nan Gobhar to An Socach), which are for the most part grass covered, are accessed using fine stalkers paths and hydro tracks. A lofty place with a fine cairn and shelter out of any wind. Loch Mullardoch Circuit (12 Munros in a day) ... Munros: An Riabhachan, An Socach, An Socach, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eige, Carn nan Gobhar, Mam Sodhail, Mullach nan Dheiragain, Sgurr na Lapaich, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, Toll Creagach, Tom a’Choinich. Drive along Glen Strathfarrar to the Monar dam, then cross it and continue to the power station at the end of the tarmac road where there is ample parking. July 20, 2017 The Mamores 10 … To add your own marker to the map, click on the appropriate symbol below the map, then click again at the location required on the map (using the crosshairs). Head up this narrow road to the dam at the end of the road. Easy going up to Carn nan Gobhar, then continue along the other Munros as described in the 'Main Route' to An Socach. Please quote the hill number and hill name. A wet path (and occasionally ATV tracks) continues north-east and a track leading to a small wooden chalet is met - follow this down to the road by a house, just east of the dam. 220-221 of 282Conival 3,238 feet (987 m)Ben More Assynt 3,274 feet (998 m)This was a great Munro bagging day in the historic county of Sutherland in the north of Scotland. June 12, 2016 Cannich to Kintail an Affric traverse. Shawn Blanton. The hill's crest turns south-east and reaches some shattered rocks. From Toll Creagach, follow the reverse of the section of 'Main Route' over Tom a'Choinich, Carn Eige and Beinn Fhionnlaidh to Mam Sodhail. ...with no ascent logs recorded by anyone. The Window forms the bealach between Creag Meagaidh and Stob Poite Coire Ardair. Show/hide GPS File for mountains/markers shown, To contribute a summit or portrait photo for a hillplease contact the hillsummits website. Route via S shore of L. Mullardoch: 1800m = 5900' ascent, 17½ miles, 12 hrs. *For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass. From the northern end of the dam, hike up the road and around the houses. Loch Mullardoch Circuit (12 Munros in a day) Statistics Area: Cannich to Loch Duich and Killilan to Inverness Munros: An Riabhachan, An Socach, An Socach, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eige, Carn nan Gobhar, Mam Sodhail, Mullach nan Dheiragain, Sgurr na Lapaich, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan,... Large Multiple Munro Walks / Loch Duich to Cannich. Carrauntoohil or Carrauntoohill (/ ˌ k ær ə n ˈ t uː ə l / KARR-ən-TOO-əl; Irish: Corrán Tuathail [ˌkɔɾˠaːn̪ˠ ˈt̪ˠuəhəlʲ], meaning "Tuathal's sickle") is the highest mountain on the island of Ireland at 1,038.6 metres (3,407 feet 6 inches). View Gallery. Strong winds can funnel through here ! Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Historic County Top, Logged Descriptions  (logged by 539 users). Leave the summit and head south-west on a path downhill. From Glen Affric, Mam Sodhail, Carn Eige and Beinn Fhionnlaidh plus tops on route. From Strawberry Cottage over Mam Sodhail then Beinn Fhionnlaidh. Up over Carn na Con Dhu, continue to Mullach na Dheiragain. The Route. Aim east down to a slightly wet flat area and continue towards Stob a'Choire Dhomhain. The ascent up to Carn Eige, the highest hill in the north-west Highlands, was another lung-burster: 1000ft (300m) and then some. Introduction. Baurtregaum is situated at the centre of the massif of the Slieve Mish Mountains in the Dingle Peninsula in Kerry, Ireland, and is the tallest mountain of the Slieve Mish range, with a number of major … Consider the Loch Affric Circuit for a moderate-to-easy four hour walk, the Carn Eige and Mam Sodhail Hike which is challenging and at ten hours is for the fit and knowledgeable. A'Ghlas-bheinn 918m A'Ghlas-bheinn South Top 758m Am Bathach 798m Am Bathach South Top 734m Am Meallan 652m An Cnapach 877m An Leth-chreag 1051m An Socach 921m An Socach North Top 906m An Socach West Top 843m An Tudair North Top 1062m An Tudair [1891: Saoiter Mor] 1074m Aonach Meadhoin 1001m Beinn a'Chairein 646m Beinn a'Mheadhain East Top 403m Beinn … Map Help, From An Socach's summit head north, then north-west to drop to around c500m, then aim for the gap south of Meallan Buidhe na Fheadain. Consider the Loch Affric Circuit for a moderate-to-easy four hour walk, the Carn Eige and Mam Sodhail Hike which is challenging and at ten hours is for the fit and knowledgeable. Don't climb up this, instead aim west-north-west down very steep, loose, grassy terrain to the ground just below Loch Coire nan Dearcag. The mountain is accessed by hillwalkers via the 3–4 hour Black Road Route, but is also summited as part of the longer 5–6 hour Circuit of Glencushnabinnia, and the at least 10–hour east-to-west crossing of the entire range, called the Galtee Crossing, which is climbed annually in the Galtee Challenge. Once this narrow section is left behind, the crest widens and turns east-north-east up Sron Garbh. About turn and stick to the path that travels west over a slight rise to the bealach before Stob Coire na Cloiche. Way back myself, Andrew and his mate David, (they were the grand old age of 11 at the time), had bagged the first two of these on a beautiful June day in 1991. Continue the short distance to the trig point on the summit and have a bite and take in the magnifient views. There's the remains of a building on the way. You haven't climbed Mam Sodhail yet. Solo. Parked at NH216243. After reaching the summit of Tom a' Chòinnich. I followed the ridge to reach the summit of Càrn Eighe. I retraced my path to Stob a' Choire Dhomhain and shortly afterwards descended south into Gleann nam Fiadh. The coire headwall seemed infeasible due to steep rocks and steep snow fields. I continued down Gleann nan Fiadh and eventually picked up the path/track. This path is not good, being very boggy. On reaching Allt Toll Easa I rejoined my outward route and followed it back to the car. It rained on and off going down the glen, but not heavy. On the tops there had been some excellent long distance views in all directions, including Skye. Stunning views. Could see a huge swathe of glorious peaks. Wonderful. Company: Martin Stewart. The lab’s founder and head of ACTL is Professor. Time approx. See Carn Eige. dbb: 07/09/2002: Circuit out to Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Affric Lodge: rjf35: 08/07/2002: Ascent with Jon Moss and Des Alcorn: alexmaclennan: 27/04/2002: 6 of 8: From Carn Eighe. ChrisR: 31/05/2000: Date unknown paulsross: 01/01/2000 : From Affric, sunny spells, great views. iangalbraith: 02/06/1999: With: … Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. It is on the Iveragh Peninsula in the Reeks District in County Kerry, close to the centre of Ireland's highest mountain range, MacGillycuddy's Reeks.Carrauntoohil is composed mainly … Drop to Bealach Beag, then climb the steep ascent on a good path up to Beinn Fhionnlaidh's shoulder. Distance: 58 km. If you're back-packing over a couple of days, then by the Gobh-alltan, To continue, cross the river, then a track, then follow a vague path climbing uphill by the west side of the Allt Cam and its pretty waterfall. Off path, head south-west and drop 300m to the wide rim of Coire Lungard (careful navigation required in mist). The path, now very obvious, continues up towards Sgurr na Lapaich, encountering some boulderfields which will need scrambling over just below the summit. Follow a faint path north-east to a minor top (marked 906m), then strike downhill north-east, still on a path, to Bealach Coire Ghaidheil. Loch Mullardoch Circuit (12 Munros in a day) Statistics Area: Cannich to Loch Duich and Killilan to Inverness Munros: An Riabhachan, An Socach, An Socach, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eige, Carn nan Gobhar, Mam Sodhail, Mullach nan Dheiragain, Sgurr na Lapaich, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan,... Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven / Large Multiple Munro Walks. You haven't climbed Cairn Toul yet. A relentless climb, albeit on good ground, saw my highest heart-rate of the day (171 bpm). Statistics … Logged-in registered users only...When you add a marker, a pop-up box should then appear on the map - fill in the elevation (if known) and a brief description of your marker, then click [save]. The peak has a distinctive pointy shape, making it a recognisable object in views from many of Scotland's mountains, including Càrn Eige and Ben Nevis. Loch Mullardoch Circuit (12 Munros in a day) Statistics Area: Cannich to Loch Duich and Killilan to Inverness Munros: An Riabhachan, An Socach, An Socach, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eige, Carn nan Gobhar, Mam Sodhail, Mullach nan Dheiragain, Sgurr na Lapaich, Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan,... Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven / Large Multiple Munro Walks. Reach the tidy summit cairn, from where there's an excellent view back down Loch Mullardoch. From Mam Sodhail, head north on a very obvious, though quite loose path to the bealach below Carn Eige. In the meantime the 1997 edition of Munro Tables promoted Sgurr na Carnach to Munro status and along with it Jon's record from 28 to 29 Munros in a day while Sgurr an Iubhair in the … Alone. From car park at NH217242 along path in Gleann nam Fiadh, continuing to head of glen. Ascended S face of Carn Eige, passing snowfields to reach summit. To Stob Coire Lochan and Beinn Fhionnlaidh, returning to W of summits to reach col between Carn Eige and Mam Sodhail Unable to descend to glen due to corniced snowfields. Ascended Mam Sodhail and then to path leading to Coire Leachavie. Unable to descend on it due to snow. Went towards An Tudair and found a way down to Coire Leachavie. Rain on and off. Thick mist. Fresh snow. Carn Eige, Mam Sodhail and Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Affric, with many an accompanying Top. South-west and on a faint path, a narrow bealach leads to Mullach na Dheiragain. Head south on a distinct path to grassy ground on a wide bealach, There are two options from here : if weather is fine then stick to the crest, which narrows as it climbs and the path starts to climb to gain the wide plateau of Carn na Con Dhu. It is in a very wild and remote position and many walkers will need an overnight trip to climb it, whether from Deeside or Speyside. Continue west-north-west for just under 2km over the broad grassy shoulder to Toll Creagach's summit - the last of the day's 12 Munros ! This is a #nofilter beauty from one of my forest walks near Fort Augustus. Instead, continue northwards contouring around it and fill up your water-bottle on one of the springs. Reach the summit trig point and take in the views. Uphill next, steep in bits but on a path, reach a minor top on An Socach's east arm. In winter this path buried under snow and this is taking toll, making the path very unstable. Circuit is a classic textile, a simple yet complex woven that can morph to its surroundings. Angus, the boatman at Mullardoch dam will, for a fee, take people up Loch Mullardoch to near 'Seldom Inn'. It lies on the edge of Knoydart in an area known as the Rough Bounds of Knoydart. Where to Enjoy a Picnic Lunch Near Fort Augustus. The path disappears into grass higher up and it's a real haul over this terrain (wet in places) to reach the 'Munro-top' of Mullach Sithidh.