Geal Charn, from Dorback Lodge near Nethy Bridge
Like most hills which share the name, Geal Charn is an undistinguished and rounded hill with heathery slopes. Although pathless it can be climbed in a short half-day, and can usually be relied upon to provide solitude.
Pathless hillsides; deep heather. There are some sections of peat bog, and near the start the burn needs to be crossed which may require a wade.
None to start.
End of public road near Dorback Lodge.
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