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Name:Beinn Alligin - Sgurr Mhor
Hill number:957
Height:986m / 3235ft
RHB Section:13A: Loch Torridon to Loch Maree
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman, Trail 100
Grid ref:NG 86568 61258
Summit feature:cairn
Col:385m  NG925603  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19 24
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 665 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Harrison - anticlockwise route covering the horns and both munro summits. Started cloudy but warm with almost no wind (midge-fest) - claggy on the horns but cleared to blue skies by the time we reached Sgurr Mhor summit. Easy scrambling but somewhat exposed in a few places.mproudfoot24/07/2020
Sick Kid13/11/2019
Most beautiful day on the hills so far. So lucky to have perfect conditions with virtually no wind, a powdering of snow and no cloud. a great day to be on the ridge.Nicky C30/10/2019
Walked from Torridon along the road until you come to first car park, then up to first Munro Tom na Gruagaich, then along to second Munro Sgurr Mhor and down via the Horns of Alligin. Weather, some heavy rain at first with fairly strong wind, before clearing on Sgurr Mhor and though some cloud still around, weather got better and better. Excellent walk.Fell_wanderer12/09/2019
Route: Parking near Torridon Hotel – Coire MhicNobaill – Na Rathanan Far East Top – Na Rathanan East Top – Na Rathanan – Sgurr Mhor – Sgurr Mhor West Top – Tom na Gruagaich – Tom na Gruagaich West Top – Coire nan Laogh – parking. Stats: 5hrs55, 11.2km, 1,297m ascent. Weather: hot & sunny. Notes: glorious scrambling along ‘the horns’ of Na Rathanan ridge; excellent views from Munros.millionmts07/09/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins29/07/2019
Paul and Terri08/06/2019
Trade circuit inc horns. P&N turned back after 1st Munro. Misty on all summits, clear on gaps between horns. Rounsfell30/05/2019
With: hb; From the car park, walked up Coire MhicNobaill, crossed the two bridges then scrambled up the south east ridge to the Horns (Na Rathanan). Supern scrambling over the horns in glorious sunshine, being followed by the beast od Alligin (a Collie which chose the stay with us rather than return to its owners who were half an hour behind us!). We descended to the bealach then walked up to Sgurr Mhor where we had lunch. We looked down impressive Eag Dhubh (Black cleft) on the path across to Tom nan Gruagaich. The descent path down Coire nan Laogh was tedious but gave good views back to start. This was a superb walk after so much rain. The paths have changed out of all recognition since my first visit in 1978.Ian Baines29/05/2019
With: ib; Walked up Coire MhicNobaill, crossed the bridge & up SE ridge to Horns (Na Rathanan). Descend to col then up Sgurr Mhor. Looked down impressive Eag Dubh then to Tom nan Gruagaich. Descent down path to start. Superb walk after so much rain. Helen Baines29/05/2019
Torridon House car park - Tom na Gruagaich - Sgurr Mhor - Na Rathanan - Coire Mhic Nobuill - car park.Mark Jackson28/05/2019
Climbed as part of a group of eight with two guides (John King and Christine Mehennet) from Steve Fallon Guides. Anti-clockwise circular walk from Ben Alligin car park, tackling the Horns of Alligin, the Sgurr Mhor and Tom na Gruagaich, 7:10hrs all in.chillyman821/05/2019
From the car park above Torridon House and a complete circuit of Ben Alligin including the Horns of Alligin. Excellent conditions with plenty of sunshine.knarf12/05/2019
Via Tom na GruagaichIsbjorn Winter Round02/01/2019
carole engel27/09/2018
After the 'horns' on an ACW circuit of Beinn Alligin.jonglew14/09/2018
Fourth ascent. This time with John Glew.thenomad14/09/2018
With Neil. August bank holiday 2018.lauraann31/08/2018
Sick Kid15/07/2018
On route between Tom na Gruagaich and the 'horns'. very hot and humid lower down.Roblex04/07/2018
Afternoon stroll up Alligin via Coire nan Laoghmaaaaaaaatty26/06/2018
Beinn Alligin from Torridon HouseGeoff Briggs29/05/2018
Jim B14/05/2018
with Trout, Sam and Willrobba_wag05/09/2017
As the other one. Easy one of the two. With Christine and Alice.tallblond08/08/2017
Solo. neil hutton07/06/2017
Via the Horns. Good scrambling.liljonb30/03/2017
Round of Munro tops and horns of Alligin. Fantastic winter scramble routeemily17/03/2017
Neil Midgley28/08/2016