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Name:Beinn Liath Mhor Far East Top
Hill number:3251
Height:876m / 2874ft
Parent (Ma):983  Beinn Liath Mhor
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Carron, Catchment Boundaries, Ewe
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,CT)
Grid ref:NG 98314 51508
Summit feature:large cairn
Drop:75m
Col:801m  NG979516  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 186 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Another late one, left summit at 10:30pm. Pretty good path down steep ridge to the River Lair and enough light to walk through the trees at midnight.alda21/06/2019
SoloUisdean2502/01/2019
KeithByTheC29/07/2018
Up from Lochain Uaine, out and back along the ridgeColin Crawford09/05/2017
Round of Coire Lair with Tom Oldham and Russell from Achnashellach Station. Low cloud on Beinn Liath Mhor but cleared into a lovely sunny day from Coire Grannda. 20k, 8 hoursalexmaclennan07/05/2017
With DW and SL. Intending to do the Munro pair, but strong winds (some of the strongest we'd walked in, despite not being forecast) prevented us doing Sgorr Ruadh. Descended back to Achnashellach through Coire Lair.AGWilliamson29/12/2016
Bleeding steep climb, into sunny, misty half views which were enchanting and made it worth the early startnickywood108/06/2016
Achnashellach-Beinn Liath Mhor-Sgorr Ruadh-Achnashellach. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/05/2016
First on the ridge this morning. Cool with low cloud.Play2End19/09/2015
Summit 9 of 13 from Achnashellach station. Great looking summit from above, quartzite encrusted. Distinctive summit cairn. Next peak B L Bheag looks great too: back to col and steep descent NW.RHW15/06/2015
From Achnashellach with Andy - Beinn Liathach Mhor ridgeCrib Goch24/09/2014
From Achnashellach, Sgorr Ruadh, Beinn Liath Mhor and it's three tops.rhalstead27/06/2014
1 of 4: From Achnashellach Stn layby.ChrisR21/05/2013
Long day out in snow along Ling Hut path - lovely 1.5 mile ridge to 876m then turned back to retrace our steps, snowed on way back. 10am-8pm! With Tonyzoob10/04/2013
Day walk from Achnashellach: Fuar Tholl - Sgorr Ruadh - Beinn Liath Mhor.davidpettit8423/08/2012
ghaley02/08/2012
On Glencarron summer holiday in the mist.rambler_gary24/06/2012
With RodOik14/06/2012
CraigW29/06/2011
Company: Jake the Black labiandesbottes14/06/2011
First summit, walked up valley from Achnashellach.Edgemaster15/04/2011
Hyperopic09/10/2010
With Jeanettedickscroop24/08/2010
with Kenny, Beinn Liath Mhor, Sgorr RuadhJamesSDonald01/08/2010
Blisco07/08/2009
second ascent, a winter round of core lair, windy with snow showers. started from lair, sgorr ruadh first. club meet with 2 other people. made it back to the forest just as it got dark.rum doodle 19/02/2009
With Gavin Rees.Dangerous Dave16/10/2008
Passed over on the way from the eastern end of the ridge to the main summit. yorkie08/05/2008
alone SheilaS01/05/2008
Circuit from Achnashellachrjf3502/08/2007
Solo circuit of BLM and Sgorr Ruadh inc. all tops from Achnashellachnordicstar09/07/2004
With Rod and John from Achnashellach agsin taking same route as last time. Enjoyable day although it took a bit longer. SS09/06/2003
Circuit from Achnashellachrjf3531/12/2002
With Vic, Jon and Darren. Last of seven peaks.mikejacobs23/04/2000
Top continuation of stroll along ridge ready for return. Clear day with Doc Lockhead.Dugswell211/05/1999
MB. Achnashellach by River Lair to Drochaid Coire Lair then Beinn Liath Mhor, Sgorr Ruadh, Bhealaich Mhoir & return. A fine cold dry day with panoramic views.Vin29/10/1998
Sunny, very cold wind, clear, good views.iangalbraith09/06/1997
a first walk up Munros with Phil Dant after meeting him and wife Nicola on CRMC meet at Lochcarron. He's about 90 Munro's ahead of me but his first child is due in three months and his Munro bagging is likely to slow down!! very high winds going north along the ridge made us abandon any plans to include Sgorr Ruadh.vegibagger08/04/1996
Cairngorm Club meet at Gerry Howkin's, Achnashellach. Solo. From Achnashellach. After climbing Fuar Tholl, Sgorr Ruadh and Beinn Liath Mhòr. Now in thick mist again. Went over subsidiary tops at 887m and 876m. Descended to the east to pick up stalkers’ path back to Achnashellach.pwbellarby02/03/1996
first ascent a traverse from torridon to gerrys hostel, goc 1995. nice may day with snow showers.rum doodle 13/05/1995
Galltywenallt26/05/1994
With: hb (sb); From Achnashellach Stn up good path to Coir Lair the diagonally up to B Liath Mhor Far E top. Along ridge to E top & summit descending to Bealach Coire Grannda. Back by path through Coire Lair with SB in backpack saying "Daddy wait Mummy"!Ian Baines27/05/1992
With: ib (sb); Helen Baines27/05/1992
selfdavidsbatty16/05/1992
On Coire Lair horseshoe- see Beinn Liath Mhor log for detailspwheeler16/05/1992
Returning to Achnashellach at end of circuit.Aye Jimmy31/05/1991
Round of Beinn Liath Mhor, Sgorr Ruadh and Maol Chean-dearg.Eddie28/05/1991
from B L M. Spectacular views to north. Ptarmigan and 6 chicks out for their first walk. Mother making clucking noises to shoo them out of (my) way. Delightful.arranc06/06/1988
Alone. From Achnashellach Station up the path NW from the station. Took the RH of 3 branches as shown on map. Shortly afterwards a cairn on the left marks the start of a vague track (not shown on map) which ascends the E side of Beinn Liath Mhór. To Far East Top, East Top and main top. Descended WSW where there is a way down crags. I ascended a moderately angled snow field – quite hard – to gain the ridge to Sgorr Ruadh. From summit descended SE. I tried to short-cut the path but had to climb down into the gorge of River Lair and then climb out again. It is better to join the path high up and keep to it. Snow above 500m, patchy at first. There was a lot of snow on Sgorr Ruadh – firm but soft on top. Clear, but overcast all day.pwbellarby05/04/1984
Date uncertainrjf3520/03/1982