Carn a'Chlamhain

Summary for Carn a'Chlamhain

Carn a'Chlamhain is a route in “The Atholl” region / range which is located in the The West Mounth: Blair Atholl to Braemar area of the Scottish Highlands as defined by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

On this route you return by same way

Sunrise 7:04 am
Sunset 7:12 pm
12 hours 7 minutes(s) daylight
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Carn a'Chlamain

DistanceAscentTime
31 km/ 19.26 miles660 m/ 2165.35 ft9 hours plus
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Long route on easy terrain where a bike on the approach route will shorten route time considerably. This remote secluded hill is approx 2km northwest of Forest Lodge in Glen Tilte on a high plateau. Route follows a long ridge east of Allt Craoinidh starting from the Title road above the Marble Lodge.

There is a spectacular view at the plateau edge looking down a long steep face to the Tilt below.

Route points for Carn a'Chlamhain

QGrid Ref.BearingDistance(km)Description
NN87666411° N2.16 (2.16)Start from Old Bridge of Tilt, north of Blair Atholl. The track starts to the right of the house
NN88168515° NNE3.03 (5.19)Contiune along the road up the west bank of the river & cross the bridge
NN89071472° ENE1.14 (6.33)Contiue along the easter side of the river
NN90171765° ENE0.76 (7.09)Pass Marble Lodge and continue along the track
NN908720N0.91 (8)If cycling dismount here. Conintue up the track
NN90972952° NE0.49 (8.49)Ascend north on path until it crosses the stream and joins another path
NN91373226° NNE2.14 (10.63)Acent onto the south eastern ridge
NN923751314° NW0.43 (11.06)Continue along the ridge crossing Faire Clach-ghlais to plateau
NN920754306° NW0.63 (11.69)Continue upto the summit of Carn a'Chlamain and return the same way
NN915758175° S10.16 (21.85)The summit Carn a'Chlamhain - 963 ( metres)
Munros covered on Carn a'Chlamhain
Ordersort icon Height Munro Meaning Pronunciation
192 963 Carn a'Chlamhain Cairn like peak of the buzzard Karn uh Chlaveen