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Name:Sgurr Sgumain
Hill number:1249
Height:947.9m / 3110ft
Section:17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills
Classification:MT,sSim
Drop:26.7m
Col:921.2m  NG 4491 2071  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
874407/06/2015NG 44853 20662  F: CairnDSM
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GJ
1961214/06/2017NG 44851 20662  F: CairnDSM
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2831315/05/2016NG 44849 20661  F: rock
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alda
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-462826/05/2008NG 44848 20662  F: CairnDW
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 238 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Part of a half round of Corie Lagan.atreides788729/05/2019
2nd Repeatchalky195314/05/2019
10am, 5 degrees, light cloud/sun, calm. Via summit of Sron na Ciche then contoured towards Coir a' Ghrunnda and probably didn't take the easiest way to the summit. Couldn't see a cairn so climbed to the other possible top, which was a bit hairy getting off. Whilst checking the map to make sure I was on the right hill, someone else arrived so I asked him. He said he was 'doing the south end of the ridge.' It soon became apparent that he thought he was on Casteil a' Garbh-coire. I then discovered some rocks that undoubtedly were once the summit cairn and told him we were definitely on Sgurr Sgumain and that he should definitely not consider taking the ridge to Sgurr Alasdair. I detected, however, a hint of superiority in his attitude; he informed me that he had a scrambling guidebook and implied that although nowhere near where he thought he was he knew better than me and so surmising that he was not the advice-taking type I wished him luck and made a leisurely descent.Wycombe Wanderer31/03/2019
Munro Top bagging with Malcolm Airey. Not too difficult, this one.Dangerous Dave14/05/2018
squrr dubh an da bheinn, squrr dubh mor, squrr sgumain, sgurr alasdair, squrr thearlaich, solo from glen brittle, up coir a ghrunnda down stone shoot.robertphillips22/07/2017
With Nadine in summer 2016Hot Beef27/06/2016
Easy route via summit of Sron na Cichealda15/05/2016
5 of 5: From Sgurr Dubh an Da Bheinn.ChrisR26/06/2014
lunch on top on way up alasdairandy2frith03/06/2012
Traverse from Gars-bheinn to Sgurr Alasdair with Ruth, Will and DC. Perfect sunny weather.davidpettit8402/06/2012
With I.McSkimming, climbed Slab Corner (Diff) on Cioch, traversed Sgurr Sgumain. Descended Great Stone Shoot.Highland Days29/05/2012
ROYJimA29/04/2012
JimT22/08/2011
Last day of week in Skye with Clare College Rockclimbing Club - Sgurr Sgumain, Sgurr Alasdair and Sgurr Thearlaich via some hairraising Grade 3 scramblesMark Jackson09/07/2011
CK SheilaS07/05/2010
With Marc. Coir’a’Ghrunnda (697m), Bealach Coir’a’Ghrunnda and SW ridge Sgurr Sgumain (947m), up SW ridge Sgurr Alasdair (993m).JtwoUD23/06/2009
Blisco06/07/2008
Blisco23/03/2008
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit17/08/2007
With JayColinmac200527/05/2007
Repeat w Jenx 22/04/06, down an icy great stone shoot!nordicstar22/04/2006
Blisco08/07/2005
With Fraser, first ridge attempt, abandoned due to ground condition walking in (very wet), route finding difficult and fraser getting tierd (14 years). Walked out to Gars Bheinn at south end of ridge and came off after Inn Pin. 17km, 1265m, 16hrJamesSDonald05/06/2004
Sgurr nan Eag, Sgurr Dubh Mor, Sgurr Alasdair and Sgurr Mhic Choinnich plus 3 Tops.PGCE15/09/2002
From Glen Brittle with Gerry Ackroyd.Geoff Briggs21/05/2000
23/04/2000 - RT - Warm/Snow in gulliesSidath1623/04/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
brittle - bealach c ghrunnda RHW29/05/1999
Galltywenallt29/05/1998
with VR'sbatrigg17/05/1998
SMMC Skye meet, with Nic Bullivant.clashcityrocker18/09/1996
Traversed below the cliffs below the TD Gap from the SE ridge to get to this.Aye Jimmy08/09/1996
With Vic, John, Darren and Stuart. Round of Coire Lagan. First of six peaks. One of my best ever hill days.mikejacobs29/07/1996
From Glen BrittleBLACKHILL05/06/1996
with Colin Threfall (Cuillin)davidsbatty15/06/1995
With Rhona Fraser. I had come over from Kilmarie the previous evening to join her at camp in Coir’ uisg, having passed the bad step at 10:30pm. We climbed the Dubhs. Rather than abseil off Sgùrr Dubh Beag we climbed down and round the side to continue to Sgùrr Dubh Mòr. Then to Sgùrr Dubh na da Bheinn, Sgùrr nan Eag, Sgùrr Sgumain, Sgùrr Alasdair, Sgùrr Thearlaich, Sgùrr Mhic Choinnich to Coire Lagan, where we camped.pwbellarby21/05/1994
2ndAlaric05/06/1993
Gars-Bheinn to TD Gap and Sgurr Sgumain from Glen Brittle.Eddie01/09/1991
From Glenbrittle in broken cloudRhayader_wander02/07/1991
Approx dateMM03/06/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown (pre 1995). Approach from bealach garbh coire, complex ascent/descent, delightful summit great E ridge. Brittle - bealach c ghrunnda RHW01/01/1990
From Glenbrittle camp site via Coir a' Ghrunndarjf3513/06/1989
Whole familydickscroop01/08/1988
Complete ridge traverseIsbjorn10/06/1988
See Sgurr nan Eaggerrybowes02/04/1988
My final Munro Top!AndrewFinnimore26/10/1986
Aug 85 - exact date unknownRockhopper01/08/1985
Repeat of a last year, again with Tony) but could see it all this time in sunshine and the dry !- all so much easier and reassuring when it is dry and you know where you are going form previous knowledge rather than wondering if you are climbing up / along a dead end.However without last year;s cloud and rain we could see the drops all too wellChris Pearson16/06/1985
Raining. Boggy 'paths' to Coire Lagan w Tony, Dickie, Steve. Raining. Easy uphill to Sgumain. Greasy slabs. interesting scrambly ridge -to Alasdair Rock - Tricky to find correct R1 route (a mod climb)up Threalaich (in our Scrambles in Skye book) in cloud and rain. Great run down Great Stone Chute - until my boot split, and both my camera and watch stopped working in the damp - otherwise a great (if wet) adventure.Chris Pearson23/04/1984