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Name:Sgurr a' Chuilinn
Hill number:4257
Height:754m / 2474ft
Parent (Ma):708  Creag nan Damh
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NG 98217 12067
Summit feature:large rock with fence posts
Col:701.3m  NG 9812 1168  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414S
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
A short day on what was forecast to be, and turned out to be, a very windy day. From bridge in Glen Shiel walked in a short way and then straight up from point where deer fence ends. Some rock outcrops near the top which were easily turned and I avoided them completely on way down. In lee of hill until I got to summit and though the wind not impossible it would have slowed me down so I settled for just the one top rather than the longer trip initially planned which would have involved a lot of time exposed on the ridgedickscroop14/12/2018
With Steve Smith on traverse of the Cluanie ridge going broadly E-W over 2 days. Last hill of the second day.jonglew27/10/2017
Last of three on early morning circuit, boulder seems highest or outcrop near shelter cairn further W; poor visibility, cold drizzly morning; good path S into wood and back to YH where parked.RHW07/05/2017
Hot (36c in sun), slight breeze, finish this then returned unwell, good views.iangalbraith20/07/2013
Solo. With help of friend positioned my car where Allt Mhàlagain is crossed by A87 road in Glen Shiel. Started walking at Cluanie Inn and did the South Cluanie ridge. I walked along the old road to where it crosses Allt Giubhais. I climbed up to Coirean Eich Bhric and to the col NW of Creag a Mhàim. Climbed up the ridge to the summit of Creag a Mhàim. Then went back down the ridge and along to Druim Shionnach, Aonach air Chrith, Maol Chinn-dearg, Sgùrr Coire na Feinne, Sgùrr an Doire Leathain, Sgùrr an Lochain, Sgùrr Beag, Creag nan Damh. Descended over Sgùrr a Chuilinn to reach the road a little short of where my car was.pwbellarby21/05/2000
Dave McG18/11/2018
Erik B18/11/2018
Rod M31/07/2017
Steve Q04/10/2014
Lindsay M10/06/2012
Gavin Theobald17/09/2011
Colin Crawford15/05/2010
Alan Whatley29/04/2007
David Bell09/08/1988
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