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Name:Beinn Bhreac
Hill number:1234
Height:329m / 1079ft
RHB Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 25365 53070
Summit feature:a few stones on peaty featureless ground
Col:88m  NG310491  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 23
(1:25k) 407
Observations:summit is 8m SE of small cairn (NG 25360 53075)
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 109 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
7 and last one of the day, cycled up the track from the parking area in Claigan, not great as it was just grassy and soft but did manage to get out 1.5km to a gate. From here continued up the track until due west of the top then straight up. Great day and stayed in the Stein Inn.Simon Winton13/03/2020
From car park at road end, busy! 6 cars parked on s wild windy day, suspect for the beach, noticed a plethora of no parking on nearby crofts suspect hellish in summer. Up the track then easily over the final heathery rise to summit. 50/60moh wind blew me uphill. Clear save for a hail squall. 2/4 MarilynN.Morters22/02/2020
Parked at Claigan. An easy stroll up the track to the high point then up to the summit quite easily.Gill29/09/2019
Went to beach car park. Full, and 5 cars hovering for spaces to be released. Returned to o/s 43m spot height, 5 spaces in the bend there. Backtrack to beach, old track about 100m off to right from the parking, head for small stand of trees, eventually you have to scale the deer fence this way. So, so busy nowiangalbraith28/08/2019
Cloud on top,on to trig point and back via coral beaches.clashcityrocker24/07/2019
From Claigan up track then on to summit. Along ridge to the trig and back down to the busy car park.NormanW05/06/2019
Glad to escape the mayhem of Coral Beach car park for the solitude of the hill. The track now sports a deer fence high gate. I left it a couple of hundred yards short of the high point, lured by a grassy ridge heading in the direction of the summit.Nick Down130/05/2019
Dropped P, I, B off at Dunvegan Castle. Parked at Claigan. Easy walk up the grassy track, then across dry short heather / grass to the summit. One leap across a peaty pool, otherwise easy. Awesome clear views to the Outer Hebrides and all across Skye on a sunny day with a light westerly.Owen B12/05/2019
Pity about the crazy car park. Followed track up as high as we could and then up hill. A couple of rises to catch you out but saw summit over peat hags. Beautiful views of the water and islands.elizyanne19/04/2019
Another day off from Winter Munro bagging due to the awful weather forecast. From Claigan, via the excellent 4x4 track to just below Creag-a Ghuail, then deep grass across a saturated moor to the top, making a little use of occasional traces of an.tx.Isbjorn13/01/2019
From NW starting at large parking area at Claigen. Track up to 150m than directly up animal tracks. Ground became soft and wet higher up. Returned due south then west to track HP.Topographer5724/11/2018
3of5: From Claigan CP.ChrisR28/09/2018
Parked at Fairy Bridge, fence hopping required. Walked additional distance to trig, superb views. Shared views with my good buddies, a load of ticks, on this hill, for some reason. Company: Soloiandesbottes17/05/2018
From the parking area at Claigan. The track east and then SE makes for an easy ascent to 245529 then a direct strike to the summit. Solo 80 minute return.bolton03/10/2017
headed first to the northerly top with trig pillar S9439. Attractive castellated rocky top but little prominence from the Marilyn summit of Beinn Bhreac kilometre and a half to the SSEvegibagger28/05/2017
M J O IS MH BH Via usual route. Made a loop to Western top and then to Coral Beach.Martin6631/12/2016
From Claigan up the wonderful grassy peat track.Chris Peart21/10/2016
Pleasant while the path goes- from Claigan, past the souterrain. Then a slog through thick vegetation most of the way. Cloud blew on and off from the sea on a calm day, best hill views were of Macloed's Tables. Coral beaches walked to later; an interesting areapwheeler11/06/2016
Easy approach from the CP, and not bad after leaving the track. good views of the Tables.jenx10/02/2016
Claigan CP. track takes you up to 240m then animal travks through roughish ground the top. Heavy showers tracking up the sound below.nordicstar10/02/2016
from Claigan Car park which gets overfilled with seal watchers in tourist season.I headed in the opposite direction up the path to the bealach and up another nice hill.Thearlaichdubh19/08/2015
claigan car park good track to high point then up through heather.robertphillips25/04/2015
From Coral Beach carpark. Great track going quite a long way up towards the summit.AndrewFinnimore30/05/2014
JEB, RIB Uisdean2516/07/2012
With Mora, from parking area at road end near Glen Claigan.BLACKHILL16/06/2012
Did the same as Charlie, in weather the opposite of experienced by Douglas. Didn't see any seals.Martin R27/02/2012
Ascended from the track out of Claigan.JohnW28/04/2009
Circular (anti clockwise) trip from car park at NG232537 - also taking in the coral beaches.summitsup10/06/2008
Parked at Claggan. On access track over dry moor, through 4 or 5 gates - last one padlocked! To top at 16.00. 4 large stones placed on the edge of a dry peat hag.arranc09/05/2008
From Claigan, pitch dark when I started out, walked right into the middle of a heard of cattle which I could hear but not see.agentmancuso02/04/2007
From west on lovely June day.Dugswell204/06/2002
Climbed on day trip to Skye from Fort William, on family holiday.Man of Kernow124/10/2000
interesting approach, dull boggy summit, apparently magnetic; NB coral beaches @ 224543. claigan roadhead 232537, tk past souterrain, pasture then open slopes RHW12/06/2000
Up and down from the road but a bit of a pig.Eddie06/09/1999
Lindsay M13/07/2019
Janet M13/07/2019
Emma and Simon03/02/2018
Andrew Simmons20/05/2017
Jon F01/05/2017
Steve Q11/10/2016
Trekking toes25/06/2016
Tom Mundell24/06/2016