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Name:Stob Cadha na Beucaich
Hill number:3284
Height:808m / 2651ft
Parent (Ma):1124  Foinaven [Foinne Bhein] - Ganu Mor
RHB Section:16B: Durness to Loch Shin
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Durness, Catchment Boundaries, Inchard
Watershed:Dover to Cape Wrath, Cardiff to Cape Wrath
Class:Hump, Simm, Corbett Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NC 32507 48724
Summit feature:cairn
Col:685m  NC323488  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 9
(1:25k) 445
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 104 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
MMC Durness WE. with Rob Wight and Nick Harrington. Foinaven cross walk in perfect sunny calm weather. Just over 8 hoursalexmaclennan12/05/2019
with Stuart & John Green (Foinavon)davidsbatty19/06/2012
With Laura, Mark, Will, Craig & Vicky. Staying at Laxford Bridge. Craig & I ran home to get tea on.Grinner04/06/2012
The Big Walks walk number 1. Laxford Bridge, N ridge of Arkle, Arkle, Foinaven ridge, Gualin House.PGCE11/05/2009
Steve and JulianMountain Goat13/04/2009
2 & 8 of 12: Out from An t-Sail Mhor. Return from Sgur Cadha na Beucaich 19317.ChrisR07/06/2007
on route from Foinaven to ArklePeterD27/05/2007
Company: Solo. One of the best walking days of my life. Superb mountain.iandesbottes25/08/2004
See Arkle. Time approx dbb09/06/2004
On the Cape Wrath Trail!Dangerous Dave15/05/2003
As FoinavenBLACKHILL10/06/2001
CK SheilaS26/05/1998
With friend to Fionaven and tops. We left the summit of An t-Sàil Mhòr and passed over the tops Stob Cadha na Beucaich, a minor top* and A Chèir Ghorm to reach Ganu Mòr. Note added in 2017: DBIH has now added the minor top as a Subsimm with name Sgurr Cadha na Beucaich.pwbellarby25/04/1998
Memorable day in deteriorating weather over Arkle, Foinaven, Meall Horn and giving up making progress into teeth of a storm across Sabhal Beag summit plateau.Eddie23/09/1995
From near Gualin House and over Foinaven.Alan Moore15/05/1988
RA Uisdean2516/06/1984
From Sail Mhor. Large loose boulders. fossils in rocks. Lunch 14.10. to A'C Garranc27/06/1980
with Morag SintonRockhopper01/01/1950
andrew brown28/03/2020
Sick Kid05/06/2018
Wycombe Wanderer08/06/2016
David Bell12/05/2016
Alan Whatley09/04/2015
Gavin Theobald27/05/2012
dave g27/05/2012
Martin R31/12/2009