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Name:Sail Liath West Top
Hill number:7823
Height:920m / 3018ft
Parent (Ma):1003  An Teallach - Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Gruinard, Catchment Boundaries, Little Broom
Grid ref:NH 07031 82552
Summit feature:rock
Col:898m  NH070825  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435N
Comments:Alternative col at NH069825
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 136 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Coire Hallie. Traverse of An Teallach S to N using the bypass route due to poor conditions.welshyboyo01/07/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac05/06/2018
Easy to get up and down but the path goes along the base so I almost certainly bypassed this before, as most people would.alda01/09/2017
an teallach traverse 2 munros and 7 tops ACW from dundonnell down to corrie hallie, biked back to dundonnell.robertphillips20/08/2017
A long day out on An-Teallach with new Dutch Friends Jacob and Michelle Hoogeveen. An epic day with mini avalanches on the traverse under the Pinnacles.( which were too dangerous to go over).Shutterlag28/04/2017
With Andy Ward, from Shenavall bothy, ending at Dundonnell. Cloudy weather (no views above 900m and dropping throughout day) with intermittent rain, continuous rain during final descent. Hitched back to parked car.trainingforwinter29/03/2017
from corrie halle along the stalkers path then up the nose of sail liath easy path to followAristotle Chip23/08/2016
With Jess, completeing both Munros.JamesSDonald09/08/2014
with Markgrimjimm31/05/2014
Walked with John White & others.stever13/06/2009
Solo Climb of Pinnacle Ridge in Hot, Dry Conditionsbarnz4824/07/2008
Brilliant long clear summer's day on An Teallach.AJones27/08/2007
Completeing both Munros and all tops. 28.3km, 2560 accent, 12hr. (Oringal set off to complete the Fisherfield)JamesSDonald17/08/2007
Epic, with Jay, scorchio.Colinmac200528/04/2007
Glencarron summer holidayrambler_gary01/07/2005
2 of 6: From Sail Liath.ChrisR10/07/2004
with Ant plus Alison Richardsonvegibagger30/05/2004
With Gary Hodgson.Dangerous Dave08/05/2004
JH. Corrie Hallie to Sail Liath, Corrag Bhuidhe Pinnacles, Lord Berkley's Seat, Sgurr Fiona, Sgurr Creag an Eich, Bidein a Ghlas Thuill & Glas Mheall Liath. A fine sunny spring mountaineering day.Vin28/05/2003
Hardly noticed this between other Tops...Aye Jimmy31/07/1995
With john Mudway. An attempt at An Teallach but dangerous snow conditions forced us back, (i triggered an avalanche)thenomad21/03/1994
Another top.Dugswell209/06/1992
from S Liath. Down steeply and up to top. to Goblach.arranc29/05/1992
With: hb ag hg; Met Ann & Helen in Ullapool so climbed AnT with them. Coire Hallie CP up to Sail Liath then Corrag Bhuidhe to LBS & Sgurr Fiona. Then up to Bidian a'Ghlas Thuill & descended via Glas Meall Mor to pick up tops missed last time. Stunning dayIan Baines31/05/1988
With: ib ag hg; Helen Baines31/05/1988
Traverse of An Teallach from Dundonnel to Corrie Hallierjf3523/04/1988
Round of Sail Liath, Stob Cadha Gobhlach, Corrag Bhuidhe, Sgurr Fiona, Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill and Glas Mheall Mor.PeterD12/06/1987
Solo taking everything direct along the ridge.Chris Pearson28/05/1987
En route from Sail Liath to Stob Cadha Gobhlach.gerrybowes17/04/1987
With Rhona Fraser. From Dundonnell up path and then following burn and ascending west of crags to reach Glas Mheal Mor, Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill. We went along many minor tops to Ghas Mheall Liath. We went back to Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill. I raced out to Sgurr Creag an Eich (omitted by Rhona) and then Sgurr Fiona. We reached Lord Berkeley’s Seat, the pinnacle next to it, and Corrag Buidhe. There was some fun on the descent here! We went on to Cadha Gobhlach and Sail Liath. We missed out Corrag Buidhe Buttress by mistake. We descended via the Shenavall track. It was warm and sunny all day with clouds high. There were good views in all directions.pwbellarby16/07/1983
With: ag ls; From Corrie Hallie up path to Sail Liath then Corrag Bhuidhe to LBS & Sgurr Fiona. Then up to Bidian a'Ghlas Thuill & descended via Glas Meall Liath down to Dundonnell Ho path. Stunning views on top and great scrambling all to ourselves.Ian Baines18/06/1983
Cairngorm Club Meet, Inchnadamph. Alone. I parked at NH114851. I walked up to the highest point on the Shenavall track, then to Sail Liath, Stob Cadha Gobhlach, Corrag Bhuidhe Buttress at, Corrag Bhuidhe*, Lord Berkley’s Seat, Sgurr Fiona, Bidein a’ Ghlas Thuill, Glas Mheall Liath and back to the starting point. It was warm and sunny all day. *It was observed that Corrag Bhuidhe has two tops. Both were visited. Subsequently it was found that the more northerly one is the highest.pwbellarby12/07/1982
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