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Name:Beinn na Feusaige
Hill number:996
Height:626.8m / 2056ft
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Carron, Cromarty
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 09008 54228
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:398.9m  NH 0748 5489  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 429
Observations:outcrop at NH 09344 54272 is 1.8m lower. Other tops at NH 08974 54251 and NH 09138 54252 are lower too
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 159 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Good parking (tarmac layby) on south side road at NH 1079 5335carole engel07/09/2019
Circuit of Beinn na Feusaige, Carn Beag, Meallan Mhic Iamhair, Carn Breac (including the new summit location, probably also visited previously), Aonach Dubh. Spell of rain then clearing and excellent views to Torridon.RobertP11/07/2019
Loan circular. After Carn Beag.Smudge10/05/2019
Final summit of clockwise circuit via Carn Breac. Straightforward except for the short steep section of descent through the heather.Owen B14/07/2018
With KennySpudGunn25/02/2018
Approached from east after bagging Carn Breac and Meallan Mhic Iamhair. Seemed a real slog after 10 hard walking days. Promised ourselves a rest day tomorrow. Visited main summit marked by rocky outcrop before going on to 625m spot height just in case it higher. Planned descent route was to go back to bealach for shallow descent but was persuaded by Jon & Steve to take direct route down steep south side. Quite doable with care but hard work especially over short boulder field just off summit plateau.SteveSmith09/02/2018
With Steves Smith and Lewis. Third and final hill of the day after Carn Breac and the almost Highland 5. Wandered over to the 625m spot height as it looked higher. Took a direct line from there down to the road over steep heathery and bouldery ground.jonglew09/02/2018
Climbed via the heathery ridgelet between two streams, immediately after the forestry fence. Up past the crash site (sad, they almost made it over the top) to the top, then back via the fence and onwards to Carn Bhreac.Gill21/12/2017
As viewfinder, deer tracks worthwhile. Warm, sunny, cold unrelenting wind, good views.iangalbraith08/05/2017
Clockwise circuit of 2 Grahams and 2 minor summits.NormanW16/04/2017
From bridge in Glen Carron, around west side of forestry and up steep deer tracks through the heather. 900th RHB celebrated with Rick and Jen who happened to be there at the same time. Cairn now about a foot more prominent than it was before. On along ridge to Carn Breac.Topographer5719/08/2016
Climbed Carn Breac and BnF together from roadside parking. Can access old road but have to drive through a lockable gate. Hydro scheme ongoing, good track a short way up glen, then old path poor at first then improves. Branch up into coire can be followed further than maps show. Drag out to the Breac, then back over tump to skirt Lochan to north on tiring ground. Steep up to top where pleasantly met Jonathan de Ferranti. Circuit in about 4hrs.nordicstar19/08/2016
Nice to meet Jonathan here!jenx18/08/2016
Old road being used as construction site. Polite worker suggested best to park on opposite side of road in gateway. Having already done Carn Breac on a foul day flogged up to ridge past forest. Steep & had to hold onto heather. Back same way.rogreeves04/07/2016
Glorious day, fantastic views to Torridon and elsewhere, great snow, snowshoes very useful. Came up from Loan and picked up various trods up onto ridge. Had planned to do Carn Breac as well but had too late a start and too much else to do.nicolajane28/02/2016
With Carn Beag from the E end of Loch Sgamhain. Good parking.jimbloomer27/11/2015
Langie Achnasheen meet, with JimGrinner25/10/2015
With Dave Roeder. Parked by gate at 091530 (10:25). Took path up glen till past woodland then steeply N up to plateau and thence to summit (11:55), past WW2 plane wreck. Dry; clouds over higher hills but clear for us. Proceeded to Carn Breac (qv)dbb19/05/2015
From the road loop and by forest edge and steep scrabble. Onwards to C Breac et al.Martin R01/10/2014
after cb and with china dave fellow shiller.robertphillips28/07/2014
3 of 3: From Meallan Mhic Iamhair.ChrisR30/01/2012
Solo, after Carn Breac. Sleet and gales, knee-deep slush with breakable crust - Graham bagging at its finest!amswanston06/01/2012
from Iamhair. Further downhill to pass a loch to the north to a line of fence posts and to top at 13.35. My 1,400th Marilyn. Multiple cairns with boulders sticking up proud. Ptarmigan with 7 chicks, dragging both wings, etc. Quite low altitude for this bird.arranc12/06/2008
Solo Uisdean2514/02/2005
Self and SallyInvicta1412/07/2001
From the old road loop.Eddie16/05/2000
Graham bagging; Loch Clair - Beinn na Feusaige - Carn Breac - Bidein Clann Raonaild - Kinlochewe RHW06/02/1998
Ascended in overcast conditions from Glen Carron.JohnW19/04/1995
GavinTheobald 209/05/2018
Kevin Borman18/02/2018
Simon Winton26/11/2017
Am Bodach04/12/2016
Tom Mundell22/10/2016
Trekking toes22/10/2016