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Altitude: 590 metres
Cruban Beag is a craggy cornerstone between Glen Truim and the uppermost Spey. Its rough and complex northeastern ridge is adorned with at least two prominent monuments.
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There are 71 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Cruban Beag. They have contributed 6 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.
|Out on my *rse (Part 1) - 50/50 on Cruban Beag||Graeme D||15/09/2017||4||S1|
|Showers and sunshine in upper Speyside||malky_c||19/09/2012||3||G1S1|
|Easter in Strathfarrar, Achnasheen - Winter in Torridon||weaselmaster||03/04/2018||2||M5S3|
|Two little ones north of Dalwhinnie||Johnny Corbett||29/04/2014||2||S2|
|Last of the daylight on Cruban Beag||superstar_tradesman||03/01/2016||0||S1|
|Wild Cat Country, Cruban Beag with surprise Blue Skies||The Rodmiester||21/03/2014||0||S1|