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Name:Ben Shieldaig Far SE Top
Hill number:8976
Height:439m / 1440ft
Parent (Ma):997  Ben Shieldaig
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:NG848503 (est)
Col:398m  NG847507  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 24
(1:25k) 428N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
Traverse of summit ridge.chalky195315/05/2018
From roadside (NG 8299 5135) with Steves Smith & Lewis. Steeply up snow-clad heather slopes to the NW Top first. This the last of the 4 Ben Shieldaig tops on the ridge. Dropped to the road and up onto An Staonach.jonglew11/02/2018
From main top and south east Tump. Descent through crags and then along road back to Loch Dughaill. Wet.Campbell Singer22/10/2017
Ascended on way to main summit.JohnW28/06/2005
Dave McG04/06/2018
Colin Crawford13/05/2004