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Name:Fasach an t-Searraich
Hill number:6474
Height:503m / 1650ft
Parent (Ma):815  Sgurr Fhuaran
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Subdodd
(s5)
Grid ref:NG 95604 18570
Summit feature:embedded rock
Drop:26m
Col:477m  NG957185  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413N 414N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Partly with a friend. Frustrating day. Wanted to traverse some of Five Sisters of Kintail by starting SE end of Loch Shiel and going as far as Bealach an Làpain. At SE end of Loch Shiel there was a bridge marked on the map across the river, but when we got to it we realised it was too dilapidated and dangerous to use. We then went to Shiel Bridge. We agreed to go separately to Sgùrr Fhuaran. I thought I would climb over Sgùrr an t-Searraich. However, I met thick bracken and brambles and so retreated, wasting 50 minutes. I went SE for a little way and then climbed up towards Sgùrr an t-Searraich, contoured below its summit to reach the col with Beinn Bhuidhe. I went up the WNW ridge of Beinn Bhuidhe, passing over a minor top. I reached the summit of Beinn Bhuidhe, continuing to Sgùrr nan Saighead and Sgùrr Fhuaran.pwbellarby17/08/2007
OK heathery summit, lovely view. circuit c/w from W RHW31/07/2004
On descent from Sisters ridge w MVW, JT, BES and ASc et alnordicstar20/12/1999
first ascent date n/k, lost guidebook :-(, probably around summer 1994, caught bus to cluanie from shiel bridge and climbed up onto first top directly from there. Following the whole ridge back to shiel bridge, a long day!rum doodle 01/01/1990
With: aac jm; With no car we walked 7mls up Glen Shiel in 1.5hrs then 2000' up to B an Lapain. Over Sg n Spainteach to Sg na Ciste Duibhe for lunch. Then over Sg na Carnach to Sg Fhuaran. Over Sg na Saighead & B Bhuidhe & dn to Shiel Br shop b4 close at 7Ian Baines29/06/1976
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gary198118/04/2015
Steve Q05/04/2015
Badders26/08/2012
srossmoyes01/01/2010
geoffreycurnock01/09/2008
IWC12/08/2002
iaindbrown29/07/2001
tim74710/05/1998
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