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Name:Biod Mor
Hill number:1274
Height:384m / 1260ft
RHB Section:17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 37066 27384
Summit feature:cairn
Col:192m  NG363277  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 32
(1:25k) 411
Observations:knoll 35m SW at NG 37045 27350 is as high
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 77 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
An easy climb from Clachan Gorma at 192 spotheight. Descended NW to the Old Shielings and then the track back to 372295. Solo.bolton03/10/2019
Had hoped for a circular route from SH156 but streams not crossable so parked at 381282 and crossed bridge then steeply to summit. Then on in murky conditions to Beinn Bhreac.NormanW18/09/2019
After Beinn Bhreac, via the Clachan Gorma (which was very wet). The grass slope directly above was one of the steepest I have ever encountered (sheep scrapes make useful resting places). Loch Bioda Mor is a lovely setting, but the fence to be crossed is double width - the rusty old BWF still remains alongside the new PWF - it's possible to cross easily where the fence abuts the lochan. In descent, cross the River Eynort ASAP (very greasy stones), as the S bank ATV track may be a long way before it meets the road. Superb view of the Cuillin range.Isbjorn19/01/2019
Direct route from Beinn Bhreac, then down the north ridge to ATV track above the tree debris back to car at road bend. Beware BWF infestation!Topographer5723/11/2018
4of5: From B.Chlachan Gorma.ChrisR29/10/2018
From NG382 283 anticlockwise walk up over Biod Mor, Beinn Clachan Gorma and Beinn Buidhena Creigevegibagger17/05/2017
round of beinn bhreac and biod mor ACW from point 156 visited all 3 high points, grassy lump looked highest.robertphillips09/10/2016
Walked in w Jenx to Beinn Breac from NE along Eynort river. Nice hice start, good track to shielings then clipped grass along river to the small gorge shown on map. Good lines up alongside this then rough grass to summit. Chose from cairn, trig and grassy bump. Continued on to Biod Mor via col and steep climb. Easy then back to North and track along Eynort to start.nordicstar11/02/2016
Turned out to be a good route.the head of the valley with the shielings was a nice spot.jenx11/02/2016
from edge of forest at 372295, then through forest (felled) and straight up. Good viewsThearlaichdubh16/08/2015
Solo. From head of Glen Eynort. Went down a forestry track to Eynort River, but river in spate and crossing not possible. Went upstream - there is a track along side edge of forest - and crossed river with difficulty higher up. Climbed up to minor top to north of main top and then summit of Biod Mòr. There is a smallish cairn. Went to three other points that vied to be the highest point, although I don't think they are higher. Most likely contender a little to south of cairn. Descended to Eynort to avoid problems with river.pwbellarby28/09/2014
Parked on bend in minor road to the N. Down and across Eynort River (no bridge, short paddle required!) up to open hillside and on to summit. Bit rough at first but then OK.AndrewFinnimore31/05/2014
With Mora, from minor road to EastBLACKHILL06/10/2012
Direct route from Glen Eynort and then down other side.Martin R29/02/2012
Park on W side of river on Eynort road. Cross a rusty bridge up over sheep pastures and many BWF's. To sloping ridge steeply uphill with 2 or more false tops to top at 10.25. to B Bhreac.arranc21/05/2008
Ascended in brilliant sunshine from high point in Glen Eynort. Headed on to Beinn Bhreac.JohnW17/04/2008
Round of Biod Mor and Beinn Bhreac from ruined cemetery.Eddie15/05/2005
fine craggy hill. eynort, clockwise from roadhead, returning to road @ 383277 RHW04/06/1999
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Tom Mundell06/05/2012
Andrew Simmons19/09/2011
Alan Whatley20/03/2011
Lindsay M10/10/2010
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