Carn a' Ghille Charr, Cromdale Hills

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Carn a' Ghille Charr the more northeasterly of the two Grahams in the Cromdale Hills. Though a simple rounded hill it has fewer visitors than its neighbour, and the old paths that lead up onto the ridge from the Cromdale side have become overgrown which means parts of the route involve harder going through deep heather.


Pathless for much of the ascent, with sections of deep heather. The ridge is soggy in places with an intermittent path.

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None to start.


Grassy verge by the Bridge of Shannoch. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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