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Name:Beinn na Cille
Hill number:1376
Height:652m / 2139ft
Section:18C: Morvern and Kingairloch
Classification:Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G,Y
Drop:193m
Col:459m  NM853549  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
836313/06/2015NM 85396 54209  F: Rock about 40m from cairndbb
Summit
Jim
1334318/04/2016NM 85400 54210  F: boulder 38m W of cairn
S: Abney Level
Galltywenallt
Summit
GJ
1334418/04/2016NM 85435 54195  F: cairn
O: lower
S: Abney Level
Galltywenallt
Subpoint
1GJ
1350618/04/2016NM 85395 54210  F: rock about 30m W of large cairnPDC
Summit
GJ
2391924/06/2018NM 85432 54197  F: CairnDSM
Subpoint
1DM
2392024/06/2018NM 85397 54210  F: Boulder c.40m W of cairnDSM
Summit
DM
2928002/10/2019NM 85431 54197  F: CairnDSM
Subpoint
1DM
2928102/10/2019NM 85396 54211  F: Boulder 38m WNW of cairnDSM
Summit
DM
-521110/03/2008NM 85396 54212  F: rock
O: rock is 38m WNW of cairn which is at NM 85430 54195 and 0.5m lower
S: Abney level
jimbloomer
Summit
-521215/10/2004NM 85431 54196  F: cairn
O: 0.5m lower than rock 38m WNW at NM 85395 54210
S: Abney level
gvjackson
Subpoint
1
-521310/03/2008NM 85431 54196  F: cairn
O: 0.5m lower than rock 38m WNW at NM 85395 54210
S: Abney level
jimbloomer
Subpoint
1



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On first day of solo week in Ardgour/Sunart. The Glen Galmadale horseshoe. Parked just E of bridge & then climbed steeply between forestry & river on other side of it to summit of Beinn na Cille. Definitely easier to use E bank of river. A bit of a slog. Stags roaring everywhere. Dropped N to low col & then an easier wander up to Fuar Bheinn & then round to Creach Bheinn. Continued to Maol Odhar & then completed the round before dropping back gently to starting point. Noisy stags all day but only actually saw 2 lone hinds.NotReallyABagger29/09/2019
From the road near the telecom's mast. Crampons needed near the top.mindlessflogger26/02/2018
up and down before the rain came. Up by the forest and down by the col next to Fuar BheinnIanHHill22/05/2017
Carried on to Fuar Bheinn & Creach Bheinn. No stalking onfo on 'outdooraccess-scotland' website. Contact Kingairloch Estate. 01967 411242/07881 805465duchally22/09/2016
With Iain P on a fine circuit from Glengalmadale.Phreerunner02/08/2016
With M, on Fuar Bheinn/Creach Bheinn round. Very steep start from road, fantastic walk.douglas_easton26/05/2016
With Peter Cottam, up Glen Galmadale then stream to col Galltywenallt18/04/2016
Round of Glen Galmadale with Richard, Luigi & Mia (dog). From car (10:30) at foot of glen, up steeply by wood and above to SE ridge and B na Cille (12:25). Rain started, cloud down. Northward down to col and up ridge to Fuar Bheinn (13:50). Rain stopped, still in cloud. Down to broad col then up long stony slope to Creach Bheinn (15:15). Cloud lifted, views appeared. Walked down past Napoleonic lookout then followed long grassy ridge round top and E of glen back to start (18:35). Good day in the end.dbb13/06/2015
JimT09/06/2015
Around of the Glamadale horseshoe. Views superb.kenmorti05/04/2015
Glen Galmadale horseshoe, clockwisedavidpettit8402/04/2015
From Fuar Bheinn. Back down west ridge to Coire Ghardail, lower part through long and tussocky grass. Track back to car.Topographer5714/10/2013
2nd visit with Tricky. Sublime autumnal weather.Smudge11/10/2013
round of beinn na cille, fuar bheinn, and creach bheinn from bend in road clockwise.robertphillips27/09/2012
1st of the horseshoe tops with Darren-in cloud -after a steep ascent.I set off wrong way from top!-checked by Darren and compass.Chris Pearson23/07/2012
With Stuart & MichelleJamesSDonald04/05/2012
Ascended from the bealach between Beinn na Cille and Fuar Bheinn in clear sunny wether.JohnW23/04/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave18/04/2012
with Alex Thomsondavidsbatty27/02/2012
With Jon & Laura. Stayed at Blackwater Hostel, Kinlochleven.Grinner09/07/2011
Solo ascent with dogs. Staying in Ardtornish for Alan and Laura's anniversaryalexmaclennan13/06/2011
A stiff slog from Camasnacroise for the first top on the Glen Galmadale horseshoetorkm25/05/2010
With Mora from GlengalmadaleBLACKHILL14/04/2010
Solo Uisdean2527/06/2009
1 of 6: From B8043 at Glengalmadale bridge.ChrisR16/06/2009
Alone with corbettsSpudGunn01/06/2008
with Eivor, steep haul up this one then round of Glen Galmadale. N wind, sunny, great views to Rum, Lochaber and L Linnhe. 3 others on hills. fine round.over 7.5 hours, sore knees!niallp15/03/2008
Blisco04/01/2008
W Jenx and Andy R on classic winter circuitnordicstar25/02/2006
On circuit of Glengalmadale to do Corbetts.Aye Jimmy26/08/2001
MC JC with Fuar / Creach Bheinn.Martin6608/07/2001
v steep grass, fine hill. Kingairloch B8043 @ 848530 RHW01/04/1999
From bridge at Kingairloch. Monster clamber up very steep bracken slopes straight from road. Eventually to more gentle grassy slopes and stroll over to top. 11.45. to F Bheinn.arranc13/06/1998
Day trip from Stonehaven. From Camasnacroise on narrow B8043. Solo. Ascended steeply at the north end of a wood to reach the southern slopes of Beinn na Cille. I reached its summit and continued N to reach the summit of Fuar Bheinn. Continued to Creach Bheinn. To the NE of the summit, at a col with a minor top, there are two stone dykes with three hut circles between them, said to be a relic of the Napoleonic Wars. I continued over Maol Odhar and Meall nan Each. I missed the last ferry, so had to drive round Loch Eil and then back to Stonehaven.pwbellarby24/05/1997
Horseshoe of Beinn na Cille, Fuar Bheinn, Cruach Bheinn and Meall nan Each from Glengalmadale.Eddie26/07/1996
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