Càrn a' Choire Bhòidheach
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Càrn a' Choire Bhòidheach is in the centre of the extensive White Mounth plateau. The true summit is a featureless swelling but a short distance further north is the more dramatic Stuic, a minor summit on the edge of two dramatic corries.
Altitude: 1118 metres
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Other routes and challenges
The direct ascent of the Stuic is perhaps the finest route of ascent if aiming for Càrn a' Choire Bhòidheach alone. The foot of the route is a little awkward of access; park at Keiloch and follow the track from the Bridge of Dee up to the Feindallacher Burn. There is a then a pathless traverse across moorland to reach Loch nan Eun and the start of the scramble.
An alternative ascent is to begin from Auchallater in Glen Clunie, heading up towards Loch Callater and then following the old pony path that skirts round Càrn an t-Sagairt Mòr.
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Users' walk reports for Càrn an t-Sagairt Beag
There are 8563 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Càrn a' Choire Bhòidheach. They have contributed 163 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.