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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 511 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|With Sunny, Maol Chean-dearg, Sgorr Ruadh & Beinn Liath Mhor. Couldn't cross the river, had to go round the loch.||Huwel||06/06/2020|
|Route: Coulags (A890) – Bealach a’ Choire Ghairbh – Maol Chean-dearg – Belach a’ Choire Ghaairbh – Coulags. Stats: 6hrs10, 16.5km, 1,031m ascent. Weather: sunny to start, but hit by big weather front from behind on descent (very wet & windy). Notes: stopped in bothy on return due to poor weather.||millionmts||04/09/2019|
|Late start, very warm (shorts and trainers) looked in on bothy (tidy) and then stayed at Kinlochewe bunkhouse.||Capt Malbec||11/06/2018|
|My second Munro! A lot easier than Blàbheinn...||eilidh||21/04/2018|
|stunning day with stunning views!||FCMark||12/04/2018|
|Lovely day with tremendous views and good path.||akmilne||12/04/2018|
|From Annat with Steve Smith. Snow and spindrift made for a tough day, but sun came out briefly as we summited. Went up the NW face, some ice climbing/scrambling involved. Quite an intense day out.||jonglew||12/02/2018|
|Lionel, Jennie||Chris Blake||21/09/2017|
|Club weekend, Friday afternoon walk||JamesSDonald||09/06/2017|
|Glorious sunny dry day with Tom Oldham and Russell. Standard route from Coulags along Fionn-abhain to bealach then stiff bouldery ascent/descent of Maol Chean-dearg. Back to bealach and delightful ascent/ descent of slabby An Rubh Stac. 8 hours.||alexmaclennan||08/05/2017|
|Circumnavigated then ascended||quadbarrel||13/04/2017|
|From coulags, 12.30 start weather poor but top clear for half an hour with great views,very poor ground to cover at top||geoffreybbb||27/06/2016|
|With Anne. Cracking day at end of superb week at Kishorn.
Left Coulags car park at 11.00. On summit by 14.30.
Good views all directions through slight haze.
Back to car for 18.15 and long drive back to Edinburgh.||David Greaves||04/06/2016|
|Started and ended at Coulags Bridge. Up and down by same route. Bothy stops were very welcome.||tsharp||16/04/2016|
|From Coulags bridge by the standard route: Coire Fionnaraich bothy (NG 94996 47961) - coire path (starting at NG 94833 48996) - Bealach a'Choire Gharbh (NG 93121 48778) - south-east ridge - summit - return by outward route. Solo, on a beautiful warm late October day.||Man of Kernow1||27/10/2015|
|Squigg's 1st Munro||mountainman277||22/07/2015|
|Solo walk from Coulags in fine conditions; amazing views from summit.||barnz48||16/07/2015|
|From Coulags. On own.||MorecambeMonkey||15/06/2015|
|Overnight trip, 3 Munroes, with Alex||Madjonny||05/05/2015|
|sunset on summit. camped with kiera.||Loz_mck||11/04/2015|
|Last day of honeymoon||amelialloyd||17/01/2015|
|TfL, Ben Damph||CraigW||26/11/2014|
|An easy ascent in cool, misty conditions from Coulags. Onto the Corbett, which looks fantastic.||Play2End||12/10/2014|
|with Russel & Luna||BigNick||12/09/2014|
|From Coulags, fine views.||rhalstead||25/06/2014|
|Solo. Single shot. Drove up and dumped the van just before 1pm. Glorious day, totally cloud free. Follow road and take path at LHS. Excellent path, but not for bikes! 2hr50 to summit with my dodgy knee :l Back out path. 17.2km, 1040m 5hr50.||bowzi||12/10/2013|
|The day started heavy rain. fell asleep in car to be awoken by drizzle. fairly simple mountain to climb and a luxury bothy on the way. The Corbett next door looked hard to twin with this munro.||Jhimmy||28/07/2013|
|Circumnavigated solo in hot dry conditions from Annat - insufficient time to climb to summit.||barnz48||19/05/2013|
|From Coulags via Bealach a' Choire Ghairbh. Cloud broke occasionally to reveal views.||davidpettit84||24/08/2012|
|Torridon GMC trip staying at Torridon SYHA with DLJ Reg Geoff B Dave Gray. Did hill with Geoff & Dave Gray. Great weather very hot||jps666||03/06/2012|
|maol chean dearg in the morning bla bheinn in the afternoon.||robertphillips||06/05/2012|
|DW, SL, GW, HW, DT, PM, PW & SM for DW's last Munro. A fantastic day of weather. A well-chosen last Munro as it's such a good mountain. Did An Ruadh-Stac afterwards too. Also awesome.||AGWilliamson||18/09/2011|
|With: solo;||Helen Baines||18/07/2011|
|Normal route from Coulags - there is a very good path virtually all the way making thinks easier.||mattmcv||27/06/2011|
|221st - Solo - warm, dry and sunny, but bit hazy for views and photos. From Strath Carran station on route to Torridon YH.||RGibbs||22/04/2011|
|DMC Inver Croft weekend. We all headed up this hill with our winter boots (me in my new B3s) only to find pretty much *no* snow! (looked more like May than Feb!) Driving home the next day plenty of snow was still visible on Cairngorms.||jonbowyer||26/02/2011|
|DMC trip. Climbed with Jon, Andrew, Hazel, Albert, Juan, Catherine, Ruth||amcculloch||26/02/2011|
|New winter boots.. but no snow!||hazel||26/02/2011|
|With An Ruadh-Stac||Harper100||10/10/2010|
|Late start from Coulags at 2pm up the standard route to junction over to An Ruadh Stac. Some boulder hopping required.||Roblex||29/06/2010|
|From A890 at Coulags. With Tim.||ChrisR||23/05/2010|