|Summit:|| 3,238 feet NO154745 |
Creag Leacach is normally climbed in conjunction with neighbouring Glas Maol to which is connected by Creag Leacach's northeast ridge.
The summit is unusually pointed summit for the hills hereabouts, with large areas of scree on both its western and eastern faces.
The northeast ridge leads to the neighbouring Munro, Glas Maol, while the southwest ridge runs to a subsidiary peak (the Southwest Top) before splitting, and the continuing southwest ridge drops down into Glen Shee.
Route finding on Creag Leacach is easy due to a dry stone wall running the length of the summit ridge directing you to the summit.
These hills are an easy day out and are easily accessible from the A93 near the Glenshee ski centre where there is plenty of parking available.