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Name:Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
Hill number:1088
Height:1046m / 3432ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NH 46299 68368
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:691m
Col:355m  NH368825  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 692 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
dickiewren26/07/2020
Danny26118504/07/2020
duncanstraiton01/10/2019
From An Cabar. Solo.Dangerous Dave25/09/2019
Munro number 1Lauralj8422/09/2019
Badders21/09/2019
andy6319/09/2019
another ascent with Wendy, 3rd or 4th.dmckeith27/08/2019
Up and back from the car park with many others on a lovely day in August.tomd425/08/2019
Lavfluris15/08/2019
2 of 10: From An Cabar.ChrisR12/08/2019
along ridge from An Cabar KeithByTheC02/08/2019
grahamzwilson20/07/2019
PVokes16/06/2019
spallen01/06/2019
Dawesy9022/05/2019
GavinTheobald 304/05/2019
NHWC04/05/2019
Toril04/05/2019
arjh25/04/2019
Solo - very windy- no summit vis. mproudfoot23/09/2018
With Lionel, Jennie Tony. 40-50mph winds.Chris Blake21/09/2018
Trade route with mist from about 500m, windy, rain. Cleared a little on descent. En route to Inchnadamph. Rounsfell07/09/2018
stevedixon25/08/2018
Tyke22/08/2018
From Ben wyvis CP. Four hours round trip. Bit wild on top. Very misty. Mist cleared on way downLongwojo15/08/2018
nadine25x04/08/2018
JohnK24/07/2018
julianbarclay06/07/2018
Conor03/07/2018
Laoigh's first Munro also with Jenna.bisman96z20/06/2018
First munro. Cloud inversion.David Bremner09/06/2018
ianwatson01/06/2018
Bonzo31/05/2018
Beautiful sunny day. Cold and windy on summit ridge. Good path all the way. Solo after a work trip to Inverness. My most northerly munro so far.Langbank 29/05/2018
2nd top. Cold wind from East. Good views.187lenny27/05/2018
Started from car park, beautiful sunny day with great company from 3 of my friends, two of which this was their first Munro :-)Ssuthe1325/05/2018
Rannoch_Monkey24/05/2018
Solo from the Ben Wyvis car park and up the main path via An Cabar. Hot and sunny. Mountain biker on the summit plateau. Several fell runners also on the route.Roblex23/05/2018
PoolieDave20/05/2018
Icarus2809/05/2018
Day trip with Rob and Claire. Mostly sunny weather and good views but big hailstorm on top with stones the size of ball bearings. Erosion control staircase on the way up but difficult thrash back through pathless bog.banksey27/04/2018
cachristiso121/04/2018
BaggerGutt28/03/2018
josiesmunros18/02/2018
bike from Garve, run from Garbat CraigW20/08/2017
pauljones17/08/2017
gillamo09/08/2017
Did with the boys, Great path fab day. Good views of the east cost and the rigs.MoragElizabeth30/07/2017
wullclark23/07/2017