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Name:Meall na Suiramach
Hill number:1222
Height:543m / 1781ft
RHB Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Island:Skye
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
(Ma,Hu,Tu,5,HF)
Grid ref:NG 44613 69510
Summit feature:rock 7m E of trig point
Drop:280m
Col:263m  NG438678  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 23
(1:25k) 408
Observations:trig point is at NG 44605 69510
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 201 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
with GmacT. Walked past the needle and prison. Through the pass. Very atmospheric as walking through the pass. Followed path and headed for top. Could see “The Table” from the top.elizyanne16/04/2019
Round the bottom path through the quiraing to the far end then back over the hill. with elizyanneGmacT16/04/2019
A day off from Winter Munro bagging, on account of the awful weather forecast. Up from the upper parking area of the 'Quiraing Pass' - a relentless flog up steep, deep grass, then a flog for 1 km across one of the wettest moors I've ever encountered. Found a path 100m from the top and began to follow it back, but it veered well off, so compassed back to the pass, where I found a good path meeting the road - perhaps the two bits of path at either end connect up to make a more pleasant task of this otherwise wearisome hill.Isbjorn12/01/2019
2 of 5: From Quiraing CP. With Sam.ChrisR04/06/2018
OtisGlenford03/06/2018
Parked at Quiraing car park, quick ascent to this marilyn trig, enjoyed the views. Very popular understandably. Company: Soloiandesbottes12/05/2018
Absolutely sensational weather for a wander through the Quirang and up to the top.mccormackthomas12/04/2018
On circuit around Quinraig. Panoramic views from the summit, over Skye, the Western Isles and the mainland.knavesandblades18/09/2017
1/3 today. From tourist car park at top, path to summit which is set back, then down the north ridge and back under the cliffs. Sunny.N.Morters27/05/2017
Two car loads up from Glenbrittle to the Quiraing and gorgeous climb up to the summit spire of the Prison, walk round the path below eastern cliffs and on to Sron Vourlinn then back over Marilyn summit Meall na Suiramach. Then off to the coast to search for dinosaur footprints.vegibagger15/05/2017
MC JC O IS. From top car park through Quirang and back over summit. Cold wind and mist on top.Martin6602/01/2017
from top cp.robertphillips07/10/2016
With Jenx from road col to south. Good if wet lines all way. Superb aerial views of the Quinag spires.nordicstar08/02/2016
From the bealach. Cut more directly up, then back to cliff edge for the views after the trig. Amazing scenery with writer sunshine to brighten it up.jenx08/02/2016
from the bealach. fine hill. NB Parking on a sunny day at the height of the summer tourist season is trickyThearlaichdubh18/08/2015
Circuit of Table and Quirang with my dad.andy08/06/2015
On a trip to complete some Cuillin hills but called off because of bad weather - snow lightning etc.munromurph16/05/2015
From the car park to the cairn that overlooks the Quiraing and then to the trig point. Fine scenery not to be missed.mindlessflogger19/02/2015
With Val. A week holiday on Skye. From the col where the car park is. Also walked to summit of Bioda Buidhe.mike.hoult05/06/2014
Path from main carparkAndrewFinnimore15/04/2014
selfdavidsbatty15/09/2013
From Cuith Raing car park. Best to use the path above the cliffs, the SW ridge is very boggy.Topographer5714/09/2013
Solo, from the busy car park/road lay-by. Boring top.Play2End02/06/2013
Backpacking with Mark and Shona on the Trotternish Traverse. Sunny.alistairpooler05/06/2012
Day out from Uig hostel walking along part of the Trotternish Ridge.Alex C29/05/2012
Done with Jo on holiday to Skyecustard9931/08/2011
Via the Fairy GlenBLACKHILL17/06/2011
neil hutton27/06/2010
Toby, Alex. May also have climbed it in 1999? Blisco08/08/2009
Solo Uisdean2516/08/2008
Walked through on path to the east and ascended from north.JohnW14/04/2008
Climbed on Quiraing walk. Stay in Portree.marktrengove06/06/2007
with KM, MT and John. Sometime in May 2007. Took lower path from Quiraing summit carpark, explored then returned over the top via this marilyn. Very windy up top. Fabulous views and of course amazing rock sceneryniallp06/05/2007
scary walk round Quiraing and up to summit. Trig bagged too.Skerryvore07/04/2007
Revisit date. First date not recorded. see log on TrigpointingUK.com. road pass 440679 & the quiraing RHW29/12/2006
Featureless summit to avoid in mist great views when clear, Trig pointRhayader_wander09/08/2006
Up from the col, thick mist.agentmancuso06/09/2005
Climbed on my Honeymoon!SJ03/09/2005
With Gwen.bolton30/10/2003
From SW on a lovely day.Dugswell207/06/2002
With MarionOik14/05/2002
From the car park walked up the grass but steep slopes to the trig. From here walked east to view the spectacle of the Quiraing, tremendous. Followed the ridge path back to the car.garyhoney04/08/2001
With PGJohnIvor02/06/2000
From Dunan- so a walk up into Quirang. Through the remarkable scene up to near the Uig - Staffin road. Once the path started to descend we left it and walked up to the summit. Then we went direct E for views from the cliff top which we followed to a break, thence down to the paths back to Dunanpwheeler22/05/1998
KR, JW, JW, JH, PS, PC, SC. Backpack Trottinish RidgeFrank24/10/1993
From Flodigarry to Uig.Eddie27/07/1987
with cynthiabeorwulf01/09/1979
Long slog over boggy heather to OS column and then E to overlook the Table and Needle.arranc03/08/1976
Date not knowncallumblack01/01/1976
iainwalton28/08/2018