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Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar)

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Carn an Fhidhleir is a domed and unspectacular Munro. However it is in the heart of a vast roadless area, requiring an epic approach from either Glen Feshie, Glen Tilt or, more usually, the Linn of Dee - this latter approach is made easier with a mountain bike.

 You have not climbed Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar).

Region: Cairngorms

Altitude: 994 metres

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Detailed route description and map

An Scarsoch and Carn an Fhidhleir from the Linn of Dee

Other routes and challenges

One alternative approach is up Glen Feshie. After the very long but beautiful walk up the glen, cross the Eidart footbridge before tackling the boggy lower slopes of Carn Ealar and continuing to An Sgarsoch.

The other possibility is a start up Glen Tilt from Blair Atholl. Though even longer, there is the possibility of making use of the Tarf bothy, though crossing the river Tarf afterwards can be impossible in spate.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Cairngorms Hotels

Cairngorms B&B

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Cairngorms hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar)

There are 1582 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Carn an Fhidhleir (Carn Ealar). They have contributed 56 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.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  23/05/2015  18 M4
  28/08/2015  14 M2
  17/06/2017  11 M2
  27/06/2015  10 M2C2
  09/06/2015  8 M2
  29/07/2011  8 M2
  12/06/2011  8 M2
  28/05/2015  7 M7
  29/06/2014  6 M2
  20/04/2011  6 M4C2
  08/06/2016  5 M3C1
  06/06/2016  5 M4
  23/08/2014  4 M2
  14/06/2014  4 M2
  12/06/2014  4 M4
  19/05/2013  4 M1C2
  27/07/2016  3 M2
  25/06/2016  3 M4
  24/05/2016  2 M2
  17/04/2016  2 M7
  11/07/2015  2 M2
  19/06/2014  2 M5C1
  12/04/2014  2 M4C2
  27/04/2013  2 M2
  19/11/2011  2 M2
  17/07/2017  1 M2
  03/06/2017  1 M2
  10/07/2016  1 M2
  05/06/2016  1 M4C1
  02/08/2013  1 M4C1
  15/07/2013  1 M2
  20/04/2013  1 M4C1
  18/03/2012  1 M2
  04/06/2011  1 M4C2
  09/04/2011  1 M3C1
  26/08/2009  1 M3
  08/08/1996  1 M8
  04/07/2017  0 M2
  18/02/2017  0 M2
  11/09/2016  0 M2
  24/08/2016  0 M4
  09/10/2015  0 M2
  19/09/2015  0 M2
  27/06/2015  0 M2C2
  25/05/2015  0 M4
  12/07/2014  0 M2
  01/07/2014  0 M5C1
  22/09/2013  0 M2
  07/09/2013  0 M2
  16/08/2013  0 M2
  21/07/2013  0 M12
  14/07/2013  0 M2
  05/07/2013  0 M6C1
  08/05/2012  0 M2
  30/10/2010  0 M5
  25/05/2009  0 M2

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