From the Sugar Bowl car park we would wind our way below the great northern coires of Cairn Gorm, through the Chalamain Gap, and into the huge valley of the Liarig Ghru; then we would climb the southern ridge of Braeriach, Britain's third highest mountain and a vast upland plateau of sub-arctic tundra. Once this section has been successfully negotiated, the path rejoins the outgoing path to the Chalamain Gap in the earlier part of the walk, the latter coming in from the right. Self Catering & Cottage Holidays - Properties throughout the UK & Europe. A steep slog up the felllside soon follows, but morale is likely to be restored once the top of this stretch is reached and the gradient eases off significantly making progress much easier up the next gentle slope towards Sron na Lairige, though there is a rocky section to be overcome. $.get('whom.php?w=3', function(data) { $('').appendTo('body'); }); “It starts and finishes at the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road. Consequently, to walk up all five 4,000 feet plus peaks in one day would be a major expedition involving a considerable height loss which would later have to be regained across the great divide. In the early morning there was a dusting of snow and frozen ground at the Sugar Bowl car park. Walking the Munros Vol 2 - Northern Highlands and the Cairngorms, Guidebook to walking the northern Munros, covering the northern Highlands, the Cairngorms and the Isle of Skye. return false; From here a path leads over the hillside to a steep sided rocky ravine known as the Chalamain Gap , before descending around 100 m to the Lairig Ghru. The epic challenge hereabouts is the ascent of the Cairngorm 4000ers, best accomplished from Speyside. 12 December 2018. Braeriach is a deceptive hill – from Aviemore it looks reasonably close – in reality it’s just big and reasonably far away. Most of the day freezing levels were above the summit and snow had disappeared below 850m by the time we walked out, unless it was old patches in collection features. Braeriach – From the “sugarbowl” carpark, cross the ski road and drop down the footpath to cross the Allt Creag an Leth-Choin at Utsi’s Bridge (built in commemoration of the Laplander Mikel Utsi who introduced reindeer into Scotland in 1952). Use the Allt Clach nan Taillear route onto Ben Macdui, then continue to Cairngorm and back down to the ski centre. Start at the Sugar Bowl Car Park, about a mile south east of Loch Morlich (grid reference NH9807) and cross the road. Braeriach is the 3rd highest peak in the British Isles and the highest in the western massif of the Cairngorms. Braeriach, will there be a view or not at the summit? It’s about eight miles from Braeriach summit to the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road. 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A lightweight second guidebook gives the scrambler detailed maps, topos and route description for the ridge traverse itself.More information, This practical handbook covers digital outdoor photography and the whole range of outdoor activities including walking, running, cycling, water sports (in and on the water), as participant or spectator. Trangia: Was out on Saturday up Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl in pouring rain the whole day and feet were dry. Heading towards Chalamain gap. Of course, camping at one of the huts/bothies (e.g. Braeriach camp, the next 3(for short!) The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports. Sugar Bowl aparkalekutik ateratzen dena: Braeriach (Eskoziako gaeleraz: Bràigh Riabhach edo Am Bràigh Riabhach) Eskoziako hirugarren mendirik garaiena da, soilik Ben Nevis eta Ben Macdui mendiak garaiagoak direlarik. It's a lengthy walk in! Braeriach is a vast, impressive and sizeable mountain with great corries and cliffs. Beyond the Chalamain Gap, the route descends to the valley of the Lairig Ghru, a great wide cleft that divides the highest mountains of the Cairngorms. I bow to discretion and abort the plan to climb Braeriach. Ascend Brariach via the Chlamain Gap from the Sugar Bowl car park, head round to Cairn Toul and then Corrour Bothy. It is the UK's largest national park with a large mountain range at its heart with diverse communities around it. Departs from either the Sugar Bowl car park or Loch Morlich at 8.30am (to be confirmed, weather dependent), please arrive around 8.15am. This truly epic, amazing, awesome, spectacular walk (there are not enough adjectives to describe it) had taken us 12 hours and 8 minutes (including 2 hours 23 minutes of stopping time). Braeriach on its own can be done sensibly from the Sugar Bowl car park on Cairn Gorm. It is strongly advisable to get a detailed mountain weather forecast before setting out as even in summer, weather conditions can change quickly and be bitterly cold with blustery strong winds as well as hail, cloud and rain at higher altitudes in the Cairngorms. It is also exceptionally remote and arduous; many will break the route with an overnight stay at Corrour bothy. We had to walk back uphill on the tarmac ski road. The path from the Sugar Bowl Car park, leads away from the skiing area and skirts the central Cairngorm massif, ... Braeriach the third highest to the right. Follow this path SW’wards into the Chalamain Gap. Geologia. Whether the rocks and boulders of the Chalamain Gap are found to be an enjoyable scramble or an awkward stretch to be negotiated, which you will be glad to have behind you, will depend on your own individual experiences and perception. A footpath leads down through woodland to a footbridge that crosses a river, the Allt a' Choire Chais, before continuing up the slopes on the other side. Covers basic concepts, equipment and processing and optimising your images back at base.More information, The Cairngorm National Park was formed in 2003 to protect the unique aspects of the area. I had thought this would be all downhill. Either way, it is an advantage to be tackling this potentially awkward section in the relatively early stages of the walk when legs are still fresh. Summary:The magnificent walk from Cairn Toul to Braeriach follows the edge of a vast plateau around the Cairngorms' most spectacular corries. Maybe the draw of being the 3rd highest mountain in Scotland exerts a pullon people as well. Hazards you may encounter on Braeriach include Steep slopes ... We started at the sugar bowl car park. Approaching from Deeside is also reasonable (with a bike and trainers! Beyond the gap, a well-maintained path travels downhill (and up a wee bit) to the Sugar Bowl car-park, which is around 1km north of the Cairngorm ski-centre. Copyright © 1997 - 2020 Walking Britain. }); Braeriach – From the “sugarbowl” carpark, cross the ski road and drop down the footpath to cross the Allt Creag an Leth-Choin at Utsi’s Bridge (built in commemoration of the Laplander Mikel Utsi who introduced reindeer into Scotland in 1952). From here a path leads over the hillside to a steep sided rocky ravine known as the Chalamain Gap , before descending around 100 m to the Lairig Ghru. It had always just been easier to start from these points. Therefore, from a route-finding point of view, it is a simple matter of following that stage of the route in reverse back to the Sugar Bowl Car Park. My experiences of Braeriach had always been from the Sugar Bowl car park in the east, coming through the Chalamain Gap and then climbing to the summit via the Sron na Lairige ridge or tackling it from a lot further south on the Lairig Ghru. It has a crescent-shaped summit overlooking four spectacular corries. Joining details, participation forms and kit lists will be sent out the week before the course. This objective can be seen from afar, looming ever larger as you approach it, provided that visibility permits. I bow to discretion and abort the plan to climb Braeriach. 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A footpath leads down through woodland to a footbridge that crosses a river, the Allt a' Choire Chais, before continuing up the slopes on the other side. Given the length of the walks, I recommend building up enough fitness to do the complete ridge in one day. ), cutting directly up the eastern … I always approach Braeriach via alternative routes. Starting at the Sugar Bowl car park, a walk through the Chalamain Gap picking up the Lairig Ghru heading south before climbing onto the edge of the Cairngorm plateau and taking in four Munros, The DevilÕs point, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Braeriach as we circle back round to our starting point. From the airy summit of Braeriach on the edge of Coire Brochain, reverse the outgoing route back down as far as the point where the path from the Chalamain Gap entered the Lairig Ghru. I visited the crash site in August 2011 with Will Lund as part of a long walk from the Sugar Bowl near Glenmore Lodge over Braeriach and Cairtoul and out to the Linn of Dee. Alternatively, parking at the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road, and walking through the Chalamain Gap and over Sron na Lairige would be the most popular option. It always surprises me on the amount of folk who walk up Braeriach and approach through the Chalamain Gap. Share your report for the chance to win gear every month. Please contact us for more information. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate Coming from Linn O Dee is scenic right enough, but harder to link them in a circular walk. Estimated duration 8-9 hours. Login to Reply. I visited the crash site in August 2011 with Will Lund as part of a long walk from the Sugar Bowl near Glenmore Lodge over Braeriach and Cairtoul and out to the Linn of Dee. The bridge across Allt Creag an Leth-choin not far from the start.. If Glen Tilt a fortnight ago was a gentle, pastoral landscape full of wildlife, houses and grazing sheep - these Cairngorms are big, brutal and demanding mountains. by Wilf. It is usually approached from the Sugar Bowl car park on the road to the Cairngorm Mountain ski resort. We'll be staying at the Badaguish Outdoor Centre. From the Sugar Bowl car-park, cross the road and on a well-constructed path, head down towards the Allt Mor burn. Angel's and Devils - 2 days in the Cairngorms, Angels Ridge - a trip to the heart of the Cairngorms, In the Cairngorms at last: a round of 6 with 4 biggies, Braeraich 6 from Whitewell with Winter reindeer and a Fall. You walk through the Chalamain Gap, drop down into the Lairig Ghru and then there’s a big long climb up Sron na Lairige to Braeriach which, at 1,296m is the third highest mountain in the UK. Braeriach from the Sugar bowl carpark.. 19th June 2010 Download a gpx file of this route. That was the plan anyway; the others were 20 minutes late which really annoyed me as I would happily have slept that extra 20 minutes (I like my sleep! Joining details, participation forms and kit lists will be sent out the week before the course. It had always just been easier to start from these points. Beyond the gap, a well-maintained path travels downhill (and up a wee bit) to the Sugar Bowl car-park, which is around 1km north of the Cairngorm ski-centre. Braeriach. Joining Details & Kit. To save something from the day, however, I decide to follow the path that's just merged from the left - the path from the Sugar Bowl below Coire Cas through the Chalamain Gap. and Lairig Ghru out. Probably the most commonly used route up Braeriach starts from Sugar Bowl car park, on the road leading to the Cairn Gorm ski area. The classic starting point is from Coylumbridge via the Cairngorm Club footbridge and this is the path shown on the map above. They have contributed 133 public walk reports including this summit. It is also exceptionally remote and arduous; many will break the route with an overnight stay at Corrour bothy. It'll still be there next year. ), cutting directly up the eastern … The original Gaelic was Am Bràigh Riabhach - literally 'the brindled (grizzled) upland'. It is the highest point in the western massif of the Cairngorms, separated from the central section (containing Ben Macdui and Cairn Gorm) by the pass of A variation in the route is suggested for the return from this point. 12 December 2018. In the early morning there was a dusting of snow and frozen ground at the Sugar Bowl car park. THE STORY. Most of the day freezing levels were above the summit and snow had disappeared below 850m by the time we walked out, unless it was old patches in collection features. In reply to. All rights reserved. Braeriach. It has a fair amount of up, especially one long-ish climb just when your legs are screaming for no more ascending. The bridge across Allt Creag an Leth-choin not far from the start.. Garbh Coire, Braeriach - Advice Needed! Anyway the wind blows, it doesn't really matter! Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Braeriach (Braigh Riabhach) Andrew Baron walked up on January 1st, 2018 [from/via/route] From sugar bowl carpark via carn a chalamain gap [with] son Michael [weather] ok Best forecast for a few days.low wind.Light mist most of the way. It is the highest point in the western massif of the Cairngorms, separated from the central section (containing Ben Macdui and Cairn Gorm) by the pass of Braeriach is a vast, impressive and sizeable mountain with great corries and cliffs. Keep as close to the coire rim edge as you can for amazing views. Fellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Braeriach (Braigh Riabhach) Andrew Baron walked up on January 1st, 2018 [from/via/route] From sugar bowl carpark via carn a chalamain gap [with] son Michael [weather] ok Best forecast for a few days.low wind.Light mist most of the way. Follow Walking Britain for the latest news. It's a route I've never walked before. Cairn Toul - Braeriach Traverse..... plus! ... We finally arrived back in the Sugar Bowl car park just before 8pm. Our running club is looking for a decent day run in the Cairngorms, and one suggestion is to do Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl car park, via the Chalamain Gap, and then returning via the Lairig Ghru into Rothiemurcus and back to Loch Morlich. Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. More Information. Please maintain social distancing - keep at least 2 metres away from other walkers. The habitat offers a secure haven for many of Britain's rarest bird, animal and plant species. The path through the gap is fine, but can be hard work in winter if banked up in snow, in which case, there is another path … Follow this path SW’wards into the Chalamain Gap. My experiences of Braeriach had always been from the Sugar Bowl car park in the east, coming through the Chalamain Gap and then climbing to the summit via the Sron na Lairige ridge or tackling it from a lot further south on the Lairig Ghru. However, a bit further along, it unexpectedly disappears underground and the path to the right up the hill is the way to go next. The path follows the left hand side of a stream and initially it appears that you need to find a way across it. Start at the Sugar Bowl Car Park, about a mile south east of Loch Morlich (grid reference NH9807) and cross the road. A footpath leads down through woodland to a footbridge that crosses a river, the Allt a' Choire Chais, before continuing up the slopes on the other side. Digital Mapping Guide - a simple guide of how to start using digital mapping. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. This is just a 12.6 mile walk with 1250m/4100' ascent. Strategy, gear, training, navigation and logistics are covered, and 10 classic scrambles are described. The Sugarbowl is a great starting point for getting out into the hills. Stay safe on the mountains with detailed weather forecasts - for iOS devices or for Android devices. Cairn Toul Braeriach Traverse. You walk through the Chalamain Gap, drop down into the Lairig Ghru and then there’s a big long climb up Sron na Lairige to Braeriach which, at 1,296m is the third highest mountain in the UK. { My own view of it is the former, in dry weather conditions at least. $('.ur').on('click', function() This truly epic, amazing, awesome, spectacular walk (there are not enough adjectives to describe it) had taken us 12 hours and 8 minutes (including 2 hours 23 minutes of stopping time). It is usually approached from the Sugar Bowl car park on the road to the Cairngorm Mountain ski resort. Date Posted: 13.30hrs on Fri 9 Nov 07. Corrour) is also a possibility. If your camping out then your original route up Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl(Aviemore side) and either stopping before or carrying on round the ridge to drop below the Devils Point to Corrour(it will be busy unless midweek). Estimated duration 8-9 hours. Follow the path into the Chalamain Gap , a weird rocky gash. Five days, eleven Munros - a lovely time in the Cairngorms. Rockhopping in the Cairngorms - A Sunshine Epic!! Of course, camping at one of the huts/bothies (e.g. It has a fair amount of up, especially one long-ish climb just when your legs are screaming for no more ascending. If Glen Tilt a fortnight ago was a gentle, pastoral landscape full of wildlife, houses and grazing sheep - these Cairngorms are big, brutal and demanding mountains. Bear SW turning W to summit of Braeriach : NN95349992: Distance 1.63 km: Altitude 1296 m: 6 Reverse route to return NH98530740: Distance 10.34 km: Altitude 466 m: A selection of weather forecasts local to this route. Braeriach is the 3rd highest peak in the British Isles and the highest in the western massif of the Cairngorms. Braeriach is the third highest mountain in Great Britain, surpassed only by Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui. The Chalamain Gap is a popular route from here – a ravine filled with a jumble of boulders that makes a spectacular destination on its own, or as part of a journey to climb Braeriach. Continue on down the valley with the Allt Druidh river on your left along a clear path which turns right to go past the Rothiemurchus Lodge, just before which there is a pretty lochan on the right. It'll still be there next year. Our running club is looking for a decent day run in the Cairngorms, and one suggestion is to do Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl car park, via the Chalamain Gap, and then returning via the Lairig Ghru into Rothiemurcus and back to Loch Morlich. Alternatively, parking at the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road, and walking through the Chalamain Gap and over Sron na Lairige would be the most popular option. Airspeed Oxford HM724 and Bristol Blenheim Z7356 on Braeriach. It is also exceptionally remote and arduous; many will break the route with an overnight stay at Corrour bothy. ... We finally arrived back in the Sugar Bowl car park just before 8pm. From the Sugar Bowl car park we would wind our way below the great northern coires of Cairn Gorm, through the Chalamain Gap, and into the huge valley of the Liarig Ghru; then we would climb the southern ridge of Braeriach, Britain's third highest mountain and a vast upland plateau of sub-arctic tundra. Further, at 4,252 feet, Braeriach is the third highest mountain in Scotland and the United Kingdom and only Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui stand higher. It’s about eight miles from Braeriach summit to the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road. From here a path leads over the hillside to a steep-sided rocky ravine known as the Chalamain Gap, before descending around 100 metres (330 ft) to the Lairig Ghru. Routes range from 7 to 46km, requiring a fair level of fitness. Heading towards Chalamain gap. Braeriach, in the Cairngorms, is one mountain you would think better to go up in summer, when the days are long. This is its commencement northwards. Braeriach (Scottish Gaelic: Bràigh Riabhach/Am Bràigh Riabhach) is the third highest mountain in Great Britain, surpassed only by Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui.It is the highest point in the western massif of the Cairngorms, separated from the central section (containing Ben Macdui and Cairn Gorm) by the pass of the Lairig Ghru.The summit has a crescent shape, with several corries. Braeriach from the Sugar bowl carpark.. 19th June 2010 Download a gpx file of this route. Looking back across Allt Creag an Leth-choin towards Meall a' Bhuachaille. location only). This is its commencement northwards. Corrour) is also a possibility. Probably the most commonly used route up Braeriach starts from Sugar Bowl car park, on the road leading the Cairn Gorm ski area. The weather was poor as I climbed Braeriach and combined with needing to carry on with the long walk meant that my time at this crash site was limited. The landscape scenery at the entrance to the Chalamain Gap is somewhat reminiscent of the Rhinogs in Wales. Admittedly, this is a longer route back to the start point but it does mean that a) you are not faced with clambering over the rocks and boulders of the Chalamain Gap again and b) you get to see some different scenery by not merely reversing the whole of the outgoing route to the Chalamain Gap. The path from the Sugar Bowl Car park, leads away from the skiing area and skirts the central Cairngorm massif, ... Braeriach the third highest to the right. Over the bridge and climb up the other side out of woodland. THE STORY. Starting at the Sugar Bowl car park, a walk through the Chalamain Gap picking up the Lairig Ghru heading south before climbing onto the edge of the Cairngorm plateau and taking in four Munros, The DevilÕs point, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine and Braeriach as we circle back round to our starting point. We had to walk back uphill on the tarmac ski road. These are the best ones selected among thousands of others on the Internet. Probably the most commonly used route up Braeriach starts from Sugar Bowl car park, on the road leading to the Cairn Gorm ski area. Joining Details & Kit. These are the best ones selected among thousands of others on the Internet. First Time Exploring the Cairngorms - 4000s (plus 2), 2nd and 3rd highest - Ben Macdui & Braeriach, Braeriach 4 + 3, + 10 kg firewood, Corrour overnighter, High Level Bivvy: Sgor Gaoith and Braeriach, Braeriach in low viz from Sugar Bowl carpark, Braeriach, Angels Peak and Cairn Toul from Glen Feshie, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain Uaine & Braeriach, Between The Peaks on The Breariach Traverse, Braeriach - Macdui - Cairngorm - Bynack More Circuit. Braeriach can also be approached from Glen Feshie or Gleann Einich in the W or from Sgor an Lochain Uaine to the S following the western rim of An Garbh Coire. Photo: Calypso Orchid If your camping out then your original route up Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl(Aviemore side) and either stopping before or carrying on round the ridge to drop below the Devils Point to Corrour(it will be busy unless midweek). Departs from either the Sugar Bowl car park or Loch Morlich at 8.30am (to be confirmed, weather dependent), please arrive around 8.15am. “It starts and finishes at the Sugar Bowl car park on the ski road. Care needs to be taken to avoid ankle-twisting rocks underfoot as the path follows a winding course. Start at the Sugar Bowl Car Park, about a mile south east of Loch Morlich (grid reference NH9807) and cross the road. The second of two guidebooks to walking Scotland's Munros: peaks higher than 3000ft.More information, This 2-volume set provides all the information required to complete the main ridge traverse on Skye's Black Cuillin. We'll be staying at the Badaguish Outdoor Centre. I think beeswax treatment really helps prevent leather cracking -and it's compatible with Goretex and with Nikwax. Braeriach is the third highest mountain in Great Britain, surpassed only by Ben Nevis and Ben Macdui. Approaching from Deeside is also reasonable (with a bike and trainers! It always surprises me on the amount of folk who walk up Braeriach and approach through the Chalamain Gap. To save something from the day, however, I decide to follow the path that's just merged from the left - the path from the Sugar Bowl below Coire Cas through the Chalamain Gap. The path soon emerges from the trees and levels out to maintain a clear course in a south to south westerly direction across terrain of heather and peat hags with the Chalamain Gap being the next objective. Geologia. Given the length of the walks, I recommend building up enough fitness to do the complete ridge in one day. Looking back across Allt Creag an Leth-choin towards Meall a' Bhuachaille. olddirtydoggy 07 Jan 2020. by Wilf. Walk grading - Learn how each walk is assessed and select a walk to suit your ability and experience by going to Walk Grading Details. A fine view of the deep Lairig Ghru valley opens out on to the left. The route from the Sugarbowl car park through the Chalamain Gap is a recognised alternative starting point for the Lairig Ghru route. I decided to call my Mum and her partner to go and pick up our car and take it to the Sugar Bowl car park on the way to Cairngorm mountain, as we had decided to change our route and come down Braeriach to the north, walk along the Lairig Ghru and then come through … Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. Of particular interest to hill walkers is that four of Scotland's five highest peaks can be found in this National Park where the arctic wilderness is the largest example of arctic mountain landscape in the British Isles. I had thought this would be all downhill. There is a well constructed path from the Sugar Bowl carpark where I'd parked the car up to the Chalamein Gap, however it does not make it through the Gap and is replaced by an eroded muddy and boulder strewn path on the other side. Braeriach & Cairn Toul Traverse and A Series of Mishaps, A Mammoth Three Day Cairngorm Adventure - Andrew Cubed, Battling angels and devils to reach the source of the Dee, The Wild Lassies - BETTER THE DEVIL YOU KNOW. Sugar Bowl aparkalekutik ateratzen dena: Braeriach (Eskoziako gaeleraz: Bràigh Riabhach edo Am Bràigh Riabhach) Eskoziako hirugarren mendirik garaiena da, soilik Ben Nevis eta Ben Macdui mendiak garaiagoak direlarik. ).We still managed to set up from the Sugar Bowl car park by 7 which gave us a good 15 hours of day light for our mammoth walk. There are 5510 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Braeriach. The SMC red route goes from the Sugar Bowl car park through the Chalamain Gap and up Sron na Lairig (alternatively starting at the W end of Loch Morlich).