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Name:Sgurr a' Gharg Gharaidh Far South Top
Hill number:4263
Height:682m / 2238ft
Parent (Ma):688  The Saddle
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:More (Glenelg), Alsh & Duich, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Simm, Graham Top
(Tu,Sim,GT)
Grid ref:NG 91827 14959
Summit feature:pointed rock
Drop:43m
Col:639m  NG918146  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413N 413S
Observations:outcrop 6m S is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
Debs & Talisker. 5 Sgurr a' Gharg Gharaidh ridge tops in SE direction. Up from the lochan and headed down off the last one, picking up an old path, well made in places.Mountain Goat10/05/2019
A morning traverse of the 5 tops of Sgurr a'gharg Gharaith from Shiel Bridge. An easy walk in on the good path, a very pleasant traverse in better weather than we expected then dropped off East to valley and mainly pathless until reached inward main path. A very odd section of badly churned up ATV track starting and finishing in the middle of nowhere - how did it get in without leaving a track!dickscroop30/09/2017
Traverse of The Saddle, starting from the A87 to the east and descending to Shiel Bridge.davidpettit8431/05/2017
from shiel bridge campsite down to the A87 bike back to the campsite, squrr a gharg far north top, squrr a gharg north top, squrr a gharg, squrr a gharg south top, squrr a gharg far south top, squrr leac nan each north top, squrr leac nan each, spidean dhomhuill bric, saddle west top, saddle trig point, the saddle, squrr na sgine NW top, squrr na sgine, faochag west top, faochag.robertphillips29/05/2017
Summit 8 of 21 from Bealach Ratagan en route to Saddle.RHW14/06/2015
Clockwise circuit first of five Graham SIMS. Tricky little top in that it has clifs in north and west side necessitating retreat back ascent route till a bit of steep ground allows a way down and on to the next col.vegibagger14/06/2015
long clockwise circuit with dad on his re confirming his Munro status on the right summit of the Saddle. From Shiel Bridge up Graham Biod an Fhithich Forcan ridge of the Saddle and all along Murdo and Graham top SIMS, leaving last one at 9.57pm just before sunset.trigpillocksson14/06/2015
Steep rocky summit, fifth classic cairn-free rocky summit in a row, somehow missed path for a while in the rain on way downalda18/05/2015
Lovely rocky knolls showing that lower is not lesser quality. W Darren after SaddleChris Pearson18/07/2012
self (The Saddle)davidsbatty03/07/2011
On ridge to GaraidhChinnockC15/08/1988
Walked from Ratagan to ascend the west ridge of The Saddle and descend The Forcan Ridge.JohnW26/05/1985
One of the knolls I definitely summited on the broad ridge.pwheeler20/05/1984
Dave McG14/07/2019
chrispine21/06/2019
thenomad03/12/2018
benalder5011/06/2018
Craig6716/05/2018
weaselmaster14/10/2017
Sick Kid14/10/2017
BaggerGutt23/09/2017
neilsan23/03/2017
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mae23/06/2015
iaindbrown18/05/2015
kannegray18/05/2015
DaveMcS13/03/2015
Steve Q05/10/2014
Dave Geere24/08/2014
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Gavin Theobald02/05/2012
bertbarnett12314/08/2011
Colin Crawford14/05/2010
mountaineagle26/06/2009
chalky195320/11/2007
AndyS30/04/2005
Tony S21/05/2004
Tricky31/12/1998
clanbonham17/07/1994
felltop03/06/1989
IainT31/03/1986
Minto12/07/1984
David Purchase03/06/1982
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