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Name:Beinn a' Chaisgein Mor
Hill number:1027
Height:856m / 2808ft
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Gruinard, Catchment Boundaries, Little Gruinard
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NG 98254 78542
Summit feature:rocks 25m E of cairn
Drop:345m
Col:511m  NH016776  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435N
Observations:rock 20m E of cairn is as high; cairn is lower
Survey:Abney level
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Day 2 of 3. Beinn a'Chaisgein Mor & Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag from campspot at Lochan Feith Mhic'-Illean. On own.MorecambeMonkey17/05/2018
Cycle in from Poolewe, left bike near Kernsary and walked, passing Carnmore to lochan at top of bealach and then NWish up ridge to summit. Wonderful views especially back into Fishfield but also out to Clisham - the next on the list! Return same way to savour the views. 29miles in all.MichaelF21/07/2017
5 of 10: From Frith-mheallan.ChrisR14/06/2017
A perfect day for a big walk. Walked in to Carnmore and left some gear. Up to the summit for 7pm then back down to the bothy.Alan08/05/2017
From Poolewe. In and out took 11.5 hours. Din't see another soul all day.. biting nw wind and heavy rain for last 2 hours. Some of Scotland's most magnificent scenery.Campbell Singer23/04/2017
CK SheilaS23/04/2017
Walked in from Poolewe in morning, dumped some kit at Carnmore before climbing hill. Superb day, sunny and enough breeze to keep down the midges.Grinner20/08/2016
This is a great walk. Biked in along the ever lovely Gruinard river. The only nasty bit was walking up the S bank of Allt Loch a'Ghiubhsachain, which was atrociously rough. The going gets easier higher up towards the very easy path below Creag na Sgoinne, and then the walking is really good, with splendid views. I met Nordicstar and Jenx on their way to BaC Beag, and they had guessed who I was from yesterday's bothy book - the power of the interweb. The walk over Frith Meallan to BaC Mor is a nice easy stroll, and the views are rather hard to beat. But the view from the summit has to be seen to be believed. Awesome. On the way down, I left the path near the lochans below Creag na Sgoinne, and made a bee-line towards the bike, using the crags on the N side of the Gruinard river as a land mark, and following the stream below Cnoc na h-Earra. This is miles easier than following the Allt Loch a'Ghiubhsachain, although a bit boggy, the ground is nice and smooth.Gill02/08/2016
Third Corbett of the day. Spent a calm warm clear night on the summit and photographed sunrise.oatcake04/06/2016
With Mora, a 6 day backpack trip from IncherilBLACKHILL02/06/2014
Walked in from Poolewe to Carnmore. Round both Munros and onto the Corbett. cloudy tops and occasional drizzle. no snow. 9 1/2 hours.alexmaclennan10/05/2014
W Jenx from Carnmore. Heck of a storm overnight. Foresook tent for barn which was good call. In dreek aftermath nav by compass to top of Chasgein. Weather cleared pm but that was enough for the day.nordicstar22/09/2013
round of 4 beinn chaisgain, beinn a chaisein mor, beinn dearg mor, beinn dearg bheag, from gruinard house cycled along tracks along river gruinard to loch na sealga then to summits anticlockwise, long day.robertphillips08/09/2013
JimT23/07/2013
Solo trip, from campInvicta1401/06/2013
selfdavidsbatty12/07/2012
From Poolewe. Bike to forest gate above Kernsary.ChrisR06/05/2012
Quick up-and-back from the east. A flat topped hill but great views all around.davidpettit8404/06/2011
Revisit. Original plan was just B a'c Beag, after the ferry from Stornoway but a combination of boat and weather problems saw me back on the mainland early. With an 0630 start from Inverianvie River Bridge (ex G1818 FB) I was at the trig in 3 hours and on Creag-mheall Mor by 1130. With a lot of day left I unfolded the map and realised that the impressive-looking Ruadh Stac Mor was probably doable so I headed there over a string of Sims / Graham Tops then back via 2 more Graham Tops and Beinn Chaisgein Mor - a superb 15 hour, 14 summit, 27 mile day.RHW02/06/2011
MC JC. See description for Beinn Lair.Martin6615/08/2010
Cycled one hour from Gruinaqrd bay 962912 to 993855. Followed west bank of Allt Loch Ghiubhsachain (tough going). Headed for crags @ 989833 to pick up good stalkers track. Left track for ridge to Frith-mheallanrogreeves08/07/2009
Hard Rock ChallengeSRF01/08/2007
Galltywenallt16/06/2007
Camped near Carnmore after walk-in yesterday from Poolewe. Was on top for 07:15 - the delights of camping! Wonderful area. Then across to Beinn Lair before the walk-out.Aye Jimmy31/05/2006
from Frith M. Negotiated a convoluted bealach before final climb onto gently rising wet most grass meadow for two miles to top at 15.40. Flat calm. Clisham at 55m but one of myriad peaks. Long walk and cycle back. 23 1/4 m; 11 1/4 hrs at car.arranc28/06/2005
KAT, JMN, JROB, A&H (last Corbett) Uisdean2527/07/2002
Beinn Dearg Mor and top, Beinn Dearg Bheag and Beinn a'Chaisgein Mor after warm night in Shenavall bothy later reporst as -14C.Eddie16/01/2001
Climbed after completing a route up Carnmore Craggman09/09/1999
With Rhona Fraser. From a bivvy after ascending A' Mhaighdean and Ruadh Stac Mòr the day before. Ascended to the summit of Beinn a' Chàisgein Mòr. Continued over Creag-mheal Mòr and Creag-mheal Meadhonach.pwbellarby16/06/1996
Long walk in from Gruinard Bay, initially along the Inverianvie River, in warm, sunny conditions. Returned over Beinn a'Chaisgein Beag.JohnW28/05/1992
Beinn a'Chaisgein Mor and the Fisherfield Munros RHW30/05/1990
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