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Name:Beinn na Duatharach
Hill number:1316
Height:456m / 1496ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 60471 36332
Summit feature:cairn on rock
Col:151m  NM612359  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 375E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 65 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Beinn Bhuide up the steep but straightforward west end of the north slope. Nice rocky approach, great viewpoint watched by a pair of eagles. Down via Bothy and track.N.Morters13/03/2020
From Tomsleibhe Bothy - steep grass and bog.Chris Peart04/11/2019
Cycled up Glen Forsa to gap between forests at 616377, then NE ridge. Summit area is shapely and craggy but there is no compulsory scrambling.Topographer5721/09/2019
Walk on hills W side of Glen Forsa. Walked along glen, climbed Beinn na Duatharach then returned N over tops.RobertP03/05/2019
At last - a Mull Marilyn without bracken ! Cycled up Glen Forsa. Superb 360 views from the summit - a real gem.NormanW14/07/2018
Via Glen Forsa and the NE ridgedavidpettit8430/12/2016
A good track for cycling. Looks like a nice bothy. A bit boggy in places from there.jenx23/08/2016
With Danu & Alfie.Dangerous Dave09/11/2014
From Gruline along track then intermittent path by loch and up to summit. Bit of a slog to be honest, Glen Forsa probably the better option.AndrewFinnimore19/06/2014
Wet with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell209/05/2013
from Corra-bheinn. The grippiest of grippy Gabbro scrambling can be found on the top. Great views of all the hills climbed today and out across Loch Baraffemeister21/10/2012
Cycled easily from little car park about 150 metres up the Glen Forsa road to NM616378. It would be silly not to use a bike. Had quick look in bothy and then up the hill in sun and hail. Proper rocky summit with great all round views.Martin R24/04/2012
Interesting gabbro summit. Ascent from Glen Forsa.fasgadh10/04/2011
From B8305 at KnockAlan Moore24/02/2009
Parked at Glen Forsa Hotel. Talaidh straight ahead and RP came into view after a mile. Access road straight and level. Off track making for broad grass covered nose of hill. On gaining top of dome, true top was 1/2 mile further over a 200' drop. 12.30. Talaidh, Choireadail, C Bheinn, Mheadhoin, C Dearg and Bhuidhe.arranc16/08/2007
Up and down from Tomsleibhe bothy.Eddie16/04/2005
fine summit (limited hazy visibility), NB Gruline Ho - walkers not welcome. clockwise from Gruline via E shore of Loch Ba: 2M + 1sM RHW30/03/2002
Glen Forsa routeBLACKHILL29/04/2001
Tom Mundell24/04/2019
Trekking toes24/04/2019
Simon Winton20/01/2019
Andrew Simmons15/04/2017
Tony Rogers21/07/2014
Scott Morley 8620/04/2013
Alison R02/09/2011
tom smith18/06/2011
Alan Whatley07/05/2011
Campbell Singer22/10/2009