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Name:Spidean Mialach
Hill number:691
Height:996m / 3268ft
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ness
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 06595 04296
Summit feature:windshelter
Drop:257m
Col:739m  NH 0548 0480  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 530 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Marra127/07/2020
1st munro of day With D, post lockdown, overcast and rainy day. Steep looking ridge between two mountains.Rodge11/07/2020
Solo, climbed with Gleouraich - clockwise route. Midge-fest in the morning, claggy and drizzly at first, cleared by the descent.mproudfoot11/07/2020
cachristiso121/09/2019
dazza499406/07/2019
Spidean Mialach and GleouraichGeoff Briggs05/06/2019
Fell3wilki31/05/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins31/05/2019
mae224/05/2019
Third visit on a glorious day; TGOC 19Colin Crawford13/05/2019
9th Munro! Interesting rocks!eilidh15/09/2018
alda07/09/2018
Last of 4 tops today with John, Chris, and Matty Wilson.mikejacobs10/08/2018
Climbed with Gleouraich 7 hours 45 mins all in. Climbed with Steve Fallon guide.chillyman830/06/2018
Red Deer, golden Plover& Ravens Very easy route following the stalkers pathLizzieG19/05/2018
weaselmaster05/05/2018
Sick Kid05/05/2018
From Gleouraich after climb up from Loch Cuaich - ridge between the two difficult in places due to poor vis and some steep snow consolidated banks at the colswychwood08/04/2018
Isbjorn18/03/2018
Isbjorn Winter Round18/03/2018
weaselmaster10/03/2018
Sick Kid10/03/2018
oldbagger2703/10/2017
brianm09/08/2017
lithosyork23/07/2017
markhammonds22/07/2017
briansv650s27/05/2017
Jim B09/05/2017
Geraldine Fardon04/05/2017
Weather clag.MountainMac04/12/2016
After Gleouraich, Fab walk, especially great for November!mn2306/11/2016
2nd munro of the day. Still great views of Knoydart etc. Snow and ice underfoot around summit. Wind strong but cold faded a bit as walk progressed.dave neilson06/11/2016
iansm11/10/2016
Moorponder11/10/2016
captainslow05/08/2016
Somerled8710/06/2016
PeteF01/06/2016
Fabioski08/05/2016
buggerlugs07/05/2016
Jaxter01/05/2016
Circular afternoon walk with Scott B in cold conditions.barnz4822/04/2016
stuartgreig07/03/2016
marsdavs06/03/2016
Fi13/02/2016
scoob13/02/2016
dynamo8305/11/2015
Cracking hill with good views across to the South Shiel ridge and beyond. Heard a shot and later saw dead stag.akmilne10/10/2015
Climbed with Andy and MikeFCMark10/10/2015
hill walker03/10/2015
KedslieC26/09/2015