Hill: Carn na Loine
Date: Sunday 18th July 2010
Company: Myself and Beinn
Time: 1Hr 45Mins
Dog friendly: Yes (but lots of sheep and sign requesting that dogs are kept on lead)


I parked in a passing place near Auchnahannet. Limited parking at start.

Starting point at Auchnahannet:


Looking towards Tom Mor from Auchnahanet:


I followed the track from Auchnahannet, past Knock of Auchnahannet, as far as 420m, where the track changes direction towards Tom Mor.

Track from Knock of Auchnahannet leading uphill:


Looking back towards Knock of Auchnahannet:


At 420m I took to the hillside, through deep heather, following a line of white plastic markers towards Carn na Loine. During the ascent I met another Marilyn-bagger. We had a good blether. He had completed about 1150 Marilyns, including all the Munros, Corbetts and Grahams, but wasn’t registered in the Marilyn Hall of Fame.

Follow the white plastic markers towards the summit:


Tom Mor:


Looking back to Tom Mor:


About 70m-ish below the summit, I come across what I think is a trig point cap. Have seen these on the trig points of a couple of nearby hills.

Trig point cap?:


We reached the summit in just under an hour from setting off.

Beinn at summit of Carn na Loine:


Took a few photos at the summit before returning via the same route.

Paul’s Hill windfarm:


Ben Rinnes from summit of Carn na Loine:


Speyside:


Looking towards Moray Coast: