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Name:Beinn Bhuidhe
Hill number:4217
Height:711m / 2333ft
Parent (Ma):639  Carn na Saobhaidhe
RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Nairn, Catchment Boundaries, Ness
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NH 62305 21726
Summit feature:trig point
Col:624m  NH631211  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 26 35
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
Started from the telephone box on the B851 and down the private estate road towards Dunmaglass Lodge. Before reaching the lodge we took a left fork along the Turbine Track to a bridge over the main river. A loose stone path gave us access through a woodland to the north west flank of Beinn Mheadhoin, from which it was simply a battle against the strengthening wind to the summit. Next went SE down to rejoin the Turbine Track, shoes and socks off to cross the snowy/icy Allt Cailtidh, then to the even snowier and windier Beinn Bhuidhe trig. Headed home via Garbhal Mor, following a fence line most of the way. Forest rides eventually enabled us to get back onto the B851 - but not a recommended route.summitter29/02/2020
2 of 4: From Garbhal Mor.ChrisR13/11/2019
From Strath Nairn after Coille Mhor.hill walker29/12/2018
From Dalbeg most of way to Carn odhar on a good track then north through huge wind farm development not on my map, spoiled the view but did give some easier walking over what would have otherwise have been rough terrain to Coillie Mhor(Gt) and Beinn Bhuide(Gt) and back via wind farm and access track to pick up Am Bathaich(Gt) on way back.dickscroop01/07/2017
on TGO Challlengeoatcake18/05/2011
Nice stony sparsely vegetated summit; a few old fenceposts. 13mi circuit from R Nairn bridge. RHW26/12/2008
Dave McG07/07/2018
Tony S03/12/2016
Gavin Theobald21/04/2014
Colin Crawford13/05/2009