Geal Charn, Drumochter Hills
|Summit:|| 3,009 feet NN596782 |
From the summit the ridges radiate. The south ridge leads out and over to neighbouring mountain also a Munro, A' Mharconaich. A wide east ridge drops back down over easy slopes to the A9.
The best aspect to the hill is the southern corrie which bites into its eastern ridge. This is well seen from the A9 just past the summit of the Pass of Drumochter. The western face is steep and best avoided.
From the summit there are fine views looking south-west over Loch Ericht to the distant Ben Alder group.
Geal Charn can be combined with the three other Munros in the group as they are all connected by a ridge system. The high starting altitude from the Drumochter Pass means that this should not be over strenuous.
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