Name:Beinn Eighe - Ruadh-stac Mor
Hill number:955
Height:1010m / 3314ft
Section:13A: Loch Torridon to Loch Maree
Col:378m  NG934593  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
955631/07/2015NG 95145 61142  F: CairnDSM
972126/08/2015NG 95145 61141  F: CairnDSM
2858014/07/2019NG 95143 61140  F: CairnDSM
-352821/04/2006NG 95146 61137  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
-352921/04/2006NG 95144 61139  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
-353013/06/2007NG 95144 61140  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
-353113/10/2007NG 95145 61141  F: cairn
S: obvious summit
-353231/05/2011NG 95145 61139  F: cairn
S: obvious summit

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Weekend meet with the Ochils Mountaineering Club, at the Ling Hut in Torridon. Climbed with Adrian, Ali and Dave. Accessed via Coire An Laoigh, to the summits of Spidean Coire nan Clach (993m) and Ruadh-stac Mor (1010m), then out via Coire Mhic Fhearchair past the Triple Buttress. Very windy on top, but some great views, 8hrs all in.chillyman824/08/2019
See otherpigerg14/06/2019
Glen Torridon - Spidean Coire nan Clach - Coinneach Mhor - Ruadh-stac Mor - Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair - Coire Dubh Mor - Glen Torridon.Mark Jackson27/05/2019
An Anticlockwise circuit of Beinn Eighe returning via Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair. Another fine day with lots of sunshine.knarf17/05/2019
Via Coire Mhic FhearchairIsbjorn Winter Round05/01/2019
Route: A896 parking near Loch Bharranch - ‘Beinn Eighe - Spidean Coire nan Clach’ - Coinneach Mhòr - ‘Beinn Eighe - Raudh-stac Mòr’ - Loch Coire Mhic Fhearchair - Coire Dubh Mòr - A896 parking near Loachan an lasgair - A896 parking near Loch Bharranch. Stats: 7hrs13, 19.9km, 1,390m ascent. Weather: glorious sunshine, clear & no wind. Notes: very steep ascent, ridge lovely with some nice scrambles, scree slope descent a bit horrific, wore knee brace.millionmts19/08/2018
Beinn Eighe Munros and Tops from Glen TorridonGeoff Briggs28/05/2018
Tony, JennieChris Blake19/09/2017
Solo neil hutton08/06/2017
From Coinneach Mhor. Solo.Dangerous Dave22/05/2017
revisit for the tops, C/W round of sail mhor, coinneach mhor, ruadh stac mor, spidean coire nan clach, squrr ban, squrr nan fhir duidhe,robertphillips07/05/2017
Beinn Eighe traversequadbarrel18/10/2016
With Stuart McGowan, Hayley Alexander, Liz Jarvie Bamford and Willie ToddHighland Days27/08/2016
with Spidean father's last munro went on to do this with Will and IsobelDunlawyeringson17/08/2016
Anti-clockwise route of the 2 Munros. On own.MorecambeMonkey28/05/2016
Beinn Alligin, Beinn Eighe and Liathach in a day. Day 57 of 59 for all Munros. 28km, +/- 3400m, 13 hours 30.PGCE22/04/2016
Climbed via the Corrie. 65mph winds meant we could barley stand on the summit, and had to retreat back the same way, rather than continuing to Spidean.huwthomas04/08/2015
Long walk in round Sail Mhor on path, didnt like the look of the gully so decided to scramble up the boulder/scree was relitively easy then nice stroll to the summit. That was the last easy bit of the day.LizzieG16/09/2014
Apart from the scree no problems at all. Lovely hot and sunny day.Jhimmy25/06/2014
A fine day on Beinn Eighe around Ruadh-Stac Mor, out and back to Sail Mhor over Coinneach Mhor finishing on Spedean Coire nan Clach.rhalstead23/06/2014
With Andy on Beinn Eighe walkCrib Goch16/06/2013
With Andy, Paul, Mike, Alansqueegs01/06/2013
Climbed with Dave M, Mike & Scott in misty conditionsbarnz4818/05/2013
1 of 3: From B.Eighe Torridon CP. With Sam and Tim.ChrisR15/10/2012
with clubJamesSDonald14/07/2012
Torridon GMC trip staying at Torridon SYHA with DLJ Reg Geoff B Dave Gray. Did hill with DLJ weather good but clouded ovr later in the day jps66607/06/2012
start of a 8 day munro bagging trip spidean coire nan clach, ruadh stac mor, spidean a choire leith, and mullach an rathain. 10 hours.robertphillips05/05/2012
Climbed with Hanna on DMC trip while staying at Craig bothy. Excellent day (clear vis). Some rain started on the way back down. Nice views in the corrie thoughamcculloch21/04/2012
with Dave Oemma702716/02/2012
with Markgrimjimm01/09/2011
With Jim, 1st of 2. A clear but close day. Long walk in on decent path leading up to triple buttress where some loose scrabling awaits on the LHS of the scree slope. 4hr30 to summit.bowzi01/09/2011
Super day...at last summer was in these partsgeoffreybbb25/07/2011
The lochain and upper corrie were one of the best views I've had so far. Climbing up the stone shoot was fantastic.akmilne17/05/2011
227th - Solo - Dry, clear and sunny day. From Torridon YH, covered the easterly tops and a scramble over the pinnacles to the 929m spot height, descent to Coire Mhic Fhearchair to view Triple Buttress.RGibbs26/04/2011
EUHWC Torridon 2011Bronagh26/03/2011
Purposely left to later munro addition as Torridon so good, glad I did. Went around Sail Mhor rewarded with no wind and perfect reflection in loch towards triple buttress. Company: Soloiandesbottes05/03/2011
alone SheilaS02/07/2010
Climbed with RR club weekend - Raymond Higgins, Alison Girdwood, Mary Baird, Alasdair McCallum. Stayed at Torridon Youth Hostelmunromurph05/05/2010
Splendid long day hike.Clouds cleared after 1st munro climbed earlier and views superb in surprisingly warm and windfree conditions. Maggie,Margaret and the Reids there too.Toughest bit was descent to loch over scree and boulder field.dave neilson23/10/2009
Stunning scenery. Definitely favourite munro yet.green flash23/10/2009
Last walk of a wonderful Torridon week. Excellent weather - wisps of cloud boiling over the ridges, and clear views all round. Fantastic walk.Norman Reid23/10/2009
dave, norman, elspeth, al and margaret down the shutemn2323/10/2009
Long day but fantastic views. With Maggie, David and the Reids.Maggie23/10/2009
Climbed the Beinn Eighe massive as part of my first munro - awesome day.jester6907/08/2009
With Ben.alistairpooler10/07/2009
Ruadh stac Mor, Beinn Eighn + Tops, 19.7km, 1800m, 8.5hrJamesSDonald20/02/2009
third ascent, a traverse to the second munro, v windy but clear, bitterly cold, -9 in the carpark, but with great views, bagged on a clubs new years meetrum doodle 29/12/2008
second ascent, a traverse to the second munro, v windy but clear with great views, bagged on the way to a challenge reunion.rum doodle 20/10/2007