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Name:Druim Seileach
Hill number:6352
Height:840m / 2756ft
Parent (Ma):683  Gleouraich
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Grid ref:NH029049 (est)
Col:814m  NH031052  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 120 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Path bypasses summit, not much sign of anyone having been up there beforealda07/09/2018
Red Deer, golden Plover& RavensLizzieG19/05/2018
Got to this very quickly at the start of the round of the 2 Munros. Excellent path.Play2End27/11/2014
Fantastic stalkers path right to the summit.signyred19/02/2013
Solo. Low cloud but no drizzle or wind. Very pleasant. Views to either side of the ridge from the Bealach.alexmaclennan01/07/2012
Circuit from Loch Quoich after staying in Fort William. Climbed with Iain Page.andy30/04/2011
Solo.Dangerous Dave07/06/2009
5 of 5: From Gleouraich.ChrisR17/04/2009
second ascent, 4 in group, club meet, sunny day but bitter on the tops, only a dusting of snow. a traverse of the 2 munros and tops.rum doodle 26/02/2007
Descending Gleouraich with Bill and Andy.mick23/07/2005
1 of 5: From Allt Coir Peitireach.ChrisR14/08/2004
Std route with Spidean Mialachnordicstar15/12/2001
With friend. After climbing Spidean Mialach and Craig Coire na Fiar Bhealach. From latter we continued to reach the summit of Gleouraich. Descended NW and then WSW to pick up the stalkersí path, which clings to the hillside overlooking the arm of Loch Quoich which goes northwards towards Alltbeithe, passing over the summit of a 840m top. The weather was fine and the views excellent.pwbellarby14/11/1999
Sunny, great views and easy walking.Dugswell205/05/1999
From Loch Quoich On round of Gleouraich and Spidean MialachPeterD18/10/1998
my first ascent, solo, goc 98, cold & wind nights camp by loch quoich, followed the stalkers path up, over pt 840, then steeply up to a minor top then the summit of gleouraich, over a couple of minor tops to a low col, pt 977 then the summit of spidean mialach. continued on along the ridge to another col, pt 735 then descended to met a path coming over the ridge. followed this down to the road, met a couple of friends and walked to the topdown inn for the night.rum doodle 10/05/1998
On the way up Gleouraich from Loch Quoich.Aye Jimmy11/08/1995
Sunny, warm, good views.iangalbraith01/07/1995
W-E traverse of Gleouraich and Spidean Mialach from Loch Quoichrjf3523/04/1989
With: hb; From Loch Quoich we followed go stalkers track all the way up to Gleouraich then Craig C na Fiar Bhealaich to W top then summit of Spidean Mialach. Descent SW then track back to loch. Excellent weather.Ian Baines22/05/1988
With: ib; Helen Baines22/05/1988
From Loch Quoich. On good stalkers' path through boulders and grass. Dramatic views of N arm and bridge. Flat section for 1/2 mile to shooting butt. to G.arranc27/05/1987
solo a fine day, done with GleouraichShutterlagblank
Sick Kid05/05/2018
Steve Q08/10/2014
Owen B27/05/2014
Sick Kid23/11/2013
Gavin Theobald22/08/2013
Hal & Rafe01/06/2013
Bob Mahon29/04/2012