Name:Beinn Liath Mhor
Hill number:983
Height:926m / 3038ft
Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
Col:655m  NG955512  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
956002/08/2015NG 96413 51972  F: Large cairnDSM
2312411/05/2018NG 96411 51970  F: Large cairnDSM
-362523/06/2007NG 96412 51969  F: cairnSM
-362603/05/2009NG 96410 51967  F: cairnDW

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From Ling Hut and Camanís first Munro. Just made it to summit ahead of Storm Freya, very wet on way back down.Bongonog 02/03/2019
1st munro of the day. Done with Maggie, Norman and Elspeth Reid. Long ridge joining three separate peaks. Zebra like with alternating light and dark stone colours. Great views of torridon and many other peaks.dave neilson05/07/2018
Elspeth, Norman and Dave. Long tiring ridge walk .mn2305/07/2018
Excellent day, sunny and warm, full round. quite rocky and scrambly in places. Long ridge walk.Jhimmy06/06/2018
Solo trip via Coire Lair. Extremely interesting geology, and water vole signs along the River Lair.Invicta1419/05/2018
Another cracker. Steep ascents and descents. Sunny, snowy and good fun. Steep climb and good ridge in snow. Good views to Torridon and others.akmilne27/04/2018
Climbed with AndyFCMark27/04/2018
Perfect winter day - second summit of the day after Sgorr Ruadh. 8 hours for the roundwychwood09/03/2018
With Neil, after Christmas December 2017lauraann30/12/2017
With Chris in thick mist and rain!Geraldine Fardon22/10/2017
With Geraldine.Chris Blake22/10/2017
Climbed with Matt, unfortunately cloud didn't clear until we had descended.tomd425/09/2017
Third visit, collecting SimmsColin Crawford09/05/2017
Round of Coire Lair with Tom Oldham and Russell from Achnashellach Station. Low cloud on Beinn Liath Mhor but cleared into a lovely sunny day from Coire Grannda. 20k, 8 hoursalexmaclennan07/05/2017
With DW and SL. An amazing day to begin 2017! Repeated from three days beforehand when we had to abandon due to strong winds. This time, ascended via Fuar Tholl and then did the round of the Munros.AGWilliamson01/01/2017
With DW and SL. Intending to do the Munro pair, but strong winds (some of the strongest we'd walked in, despite not being forecast) prevented us doing Sgorr Ruadh. Descended back to Achnashellach through Coire Lair.AGWilliamson29/12/2016
With Sgurr Ruadh from Ling Hut, ascent after bealach very unstable after sandstone blocksgeoffreybbb28/06/2016
Lovely airy location but I felt pretty safe as good rock and a sensible descent ahead With Caroline and Barrynickywood108/06/2016
Achnashellach-Beinn Liath Mhor-Sgorr Ruadh-Achnashellach. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/05/2016
Solo from the Station car park via the ridge. Low cloud clearing.Play2End19/09/2015
11th MunroTash20/07/2015
Summit 7 of 13 from Achnashellach station.RHW15/06/2015
Overnight trip, 3 Munroes, with AlexMadjonny05/05/2015
After bivy with kiera in snowLoz_mck28/02/2015
From Achnashellach with Andy - Beinn Liathach Mhor ridge. Brilliant walk - views to Alligin, Liathach and Ben Eighe were fantastic.Crib Goch24/09/2014
From Achnashellach, Sgorr Ruadh, Beinn Liath Mhor and it's three tops.rhalstead27/06/2014
Solo, 1st of 2. Another cracking day, to begin with! Excellent path up. 2hrs to first cairn and winds picking up and mist rolling in. 3hrs to peak and it was freezing!bowzi13/10/2013
Climbed solo. Camped below the corrie. Woke up to cloud inversion. Turned into a cracking daymunromurph10/06/2013
3 of 4: From East Top.ChrisR21/05/2013
Long day out in snow along Ling Hut path - lovely 1.5 mile ridge to 876m then turned back to retrace our steps, snowed on way back. 10am-8pm! With Tonyzoob10/04/2013
Day walk from Achnashellach: Fuar Tholl - Sgorr Ruadh - Beinn Liath Mhor.davidpettit8423/08/2012
On Glencarron summer holiday in the mist.rambler_gary24/06/2012
With RodOik14/06/2012
beinn liath mhor and sqor ruadh in the morning, moruisg in the afternoon.robertphillips26/04/2012
Ascent from Lochain Uaine after bagging Corbett...upper part scree / loose rocks which made progress difficult. Good views of Torridon HillsButeobuteo30/07/2011
Great view of one of my favourite areas Torridon. What a stunning view and nice ridge walk back to car. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes14/06/2011
#9 good views from summitEdgemaster15/04/2011
DMC Trip - Climbed with Andrew and Ruth. Rest of group headed back down after first one. Long day but good weather. Remarkably little snow for Febamcculloch26/02/2011
217th - Solo - from Achnashellach station, dry clear day with extensive views out to Skye in W and Cairngorms in E. Snow above 800m, but nearly warm enough for sunbathing.RGibbs10/02/2011
The two Munros. Some re-routing problems with forestry at start plus a wade at the end.dickscroop24/08/2010
with Kenny, Beinn Liath Mhor, Sgorr RuadhJamesSDonald01/08/2010
Take care at the start to get the right route from Achnashellach station. Blown over on BLM's long ridge.Roblex02/07/2010
Climbed with Dave M, John, Mike, Jim & Scott Bbarnz4822/05/2010