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.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass. Please quote the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 134 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Drove past Hartfield then cycled short distance to end of forest on the left. From there, direct ascent up to ridge, steep but just enough wind and cloud for comfort despite the warm and humid air.||Topographer57||29/06/2019|
|On heatwave still day w Dave Wragg. Up glen from hostel, steep up south coire wall, down long ridge and terrible descent to S and road, time includes walking to pub.||Rounsfell||27/06/2019|
|From Hartfield house, along the track to the end of the plantation, then up the very steep ridge, with good views of the coire. Turn right at the top and stroll to the trig. Very quick descent, smooth, dry ground.||Gill||06/04/2019|
|Route as arranc, but found it reasonably straightforward despite hill fog from about 300m.||Owen B||10/07/2018|
|With D Roeder. Parked by Hartfield Hostel. NW along track to end of wood then up SW edge of Coire Glas to plateau and to summit. Sunshine, great views. Back along plateau edge for about 2k then with some difficulty down v steep slopes back to car (13:10)||dbb||18/05/2015|
|with TMS friends||davidsbatty||16/05/2015|
|Included Meall na Fhuaid.||Campbell Singer||08/05/2015|
|From Hartfield House.||ChrisR||16/03/2015|
|With Jenx from Hartfield Field Centre. Parking beside track outside. Cut up to forest edge above hospital then good deer tracks providing an uphill traverse under crags. Above a knoll a break in the hill allows easy access to the ridge, from there to summit is an easy walk. Back over the 5H top and down coire rim direct to track and back to start. Wintry.||nordicstar||03/01/2015|
|from hartfield hostel strath maol chalium up steep slopes next to sitka wood to ridge line to summit.||robertphillips||16/11/2014|
|From Heritage centre and then along the ridge. Interesting glacial features.||Martin R||26/09/2014|
|MC JC O||Martin66||04/05/2014|
|Trig revisit. From SW, rather hot climb from road then nice ridgewalk.||RHW||30/04/2011|
|Parked beyond Applecross in a car park by road. On road and onto gentle WDP crossing the brow of the hill. Over dry moor grass with small boulders. Steady plod uphill using large slabs to ease going to a prominent cairn at 10.40. On larger boiler plate slabs with many losses of height - one scarp needed a 500m detour - many lochans, also needing detours to get round. To top at 12.00. 12' dia 5' circular wind break around column 9801. Strong SE wind. My 1,100th Marilyn in Scotland.||arranc||11/09/2008|
|Fell and fractured my ankle||pamsharp||14/06/2006|
|From Strath Maol Chaluim.||Eddie||13/07/2001|
|Inverbain - Croic-bheinn - Beinn a' Chlachain - Applecross Bay||RHW||05/02/1998|