N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*).
*For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 153 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Beinn Dearg, via Loch Toll nam Biast. Generally easy terrain, occasionally bouldery, currently very dry underfoot. Nice to see the far side of Beinn Alligin close up. Picked a line through the confusing geography towards Sithean Mor. Then quite a long but beautiful plod along the road back to the parking near Torridon House.||Owen B||09/07/2018|
|Late in the day after drive from Fife. A rough walk in, then an easy climb. A nice sunny evening but clouds were down on higher Torridon summits.||Topographer57||22/05/2018|
|A great walk via the usual route from the summit of the Diabaig road. There is a trace of a path to guide you round the knolls and lochans, taking you almost to the base of the summit climb. Sunrise views over Loch Torridon were spectacular.||Gill||20/12/2017|
|From small parking area at the top of Bealach Gaoithe.||Lionel Bidwell||19/09/2017|
|Parked at 827586 and walked in a Northerly direction over gnarly but easy ground past the lochans and then straight up the hill to a rocky summit area. Stunning views of the whole Torridon range with crystal clear skies. Saw two sea eagles too. Can't remember such a good day.||Peterb||10/02/2017|
|1 of 8: From Bealach na Gaoithe near Diabeg.||ChrisR||20/09/2016|
|Pretty easy from the high point on the road. Quite cloudy all around today so some of the views obscured. But atmospheric.||jenx||06/08/2016|
|From high point on Diabeg road. Direct line to top, nice views.||nordicstar||06/08/2016|
|With Dave Roeder. Parked at top of pass (15:55) and walked across confused trackless rising ground to sandstone ramparts then steeply up to summit, just in cloud. Windy; rain threatened but never came. Finished 18:40||dbb||17/05/2015|
|Solo, on to Meall na h-Odhar-aghaidh and Beinn Alligin.||amswanston||05/01/2014|
|up from high point on road.||robertphillips||12/04/2013|
|With Mora, from the high point of the Bealach Shuas||BLACKHILL||05/04/2013|
|Overcast, warm, calm but breeze on top, good views.||iangalbraith||26/07/2012|
|Parked in small space 800' up on narrow Diabaig road. Onto trackless deer hillside with wet swamp patches and 4 downs as well as ups, past a lochan with 3 islands before I could see a clear 3/4m line to foot of the conical peak. Into an area of red sandstone boulders with green moss/grass between and to top at 12.45. Very strong SW wind.||arranc||11/07/2006|
|Graham bagging: Bealach na Gaoithe - An Ruadh-mheallan - Beinn a' Chearcaill - Kinlochewe||RHW||02/02/1998|
|From Torridon SYHA at the end of daylight.||Eddie||22/10/1996|
|Walked round the back to ascend on a day of indifferent weather.||JohnW||08/04/1994|