|Height:||485m / 1591ft|
|RHB Section:||20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Maritime area:||Islay, Jura & surrounding islands|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NR 58137 88962|
|Summit feature:||rock 25m WNW of cairn|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 61|
|Observations:||rock is 20cm higher than rock 5m N of cairn at NR 58160 88952|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 58 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Round of Bhreac and Dubh from Ardlussa, route and time agreed with local stalkers. From Bhreac via Loch Tigh Sealga, then back down to TS, NE up to 330m and down on 8WD Ardlussa track.||Topographer57||17/09/2019|
|Ardlussa to Beinn Bhreac on a windy but dry day. The re-ascent to Dubh Bheinn seems to go on and on. Great views of nearby Humps. The return from DB made by following ATV tracks which took me South of Maol nan Damh so had to contour round that hill to regain the outgoing track. 18.5k.||NormanW||24/04/2019|
|Bhreac and Dubh Bheinn from Ardlussa. A tricky couple of summits with some complicated terrain in thick mist above 400ms so well-chuffed to locate both tops using my good old map and compass. By the way, the track marked on the OS map is nothing more than a boggy ATV track which goes to just below the summit of Bhreac. From Bhreac to Dubh Bheinn, took a SW bearing then up from lochan following burn to 2 tiny lochans just below summit.||AndrewFinnimore||26/03/2019|
|Ardlussa to Cruach-an Uillt Fhearna, Beinn Bhreac and Dubh Bheinn.||PGCE||23/04/2018|
|4th hill of 13 today on a circular route from Ardlussa in wet and windy weather, climbing Maol nan Damh SE top, Maol nan Damh, Dubh Bheinn SE top. Climbx all boulders and rocks to be sure. Next hill Cnoc Tigh Sealga.||Dazingdale||06/06/2017|
|With Jenx. Round of Beinn Breac and Dubh Bheinn from Ardlussa. ATV tracks and staying high the secret.||nordicstar||31/05/2016|
|A good walk round. Nice and craggy once on the higher ground, and easy lines to follow.||jenx||31/05/2016|
|ACW round of beinn bhreac and dudh bheinn from bridge over river lussa mostly on good atv tracks.||robertphillips||20/09/2015|
|With Mora, from A846 parking at nr615852.||BLACKHILL||20/04/2014|
|Despite Jim's bloomer we eventually found the right top, starting from the bridge over the Lussa.||Martin R||11/06/2012|
|As Martin states but at least the twin point of point 477 looks like a P30 !
GR8 walking condition underfoot with lovely views. Walking with Jim Bloomer & Martin Richardson.||Dugswell2||11/06/2012|
|Pleasant and straightforward walk from Beinn Bhreac, via outlet of Loch Tigh-Sealga. Then not such a pleasant slog back to the car south of Loch Shiffin via rubbish overgrown ATV tracks.||Owen B||23/08/2008|
|Parked two miles beyond Tarbert. On very broad peaty track through forest. out of forest over 500m on buggy trails past another lochan to Sidhean Tarsuinn. Another mile and plod uphill to lochan before final mile to top. Flat section around brow of a side hill contoured over rolling tussock and straight plod up on green bits to visible horizon and to left to top at 14.50. 5 hrs to car.||arranc||02/05/2007|
|fine complex remote hill, fine views esp. of near-vertical Rainberg Mor strata: tough tussocky Glen approach. 2M + 1Y anticlock from 616853; deer tks are lifesavers in deep boggy Jura tussock||RHW||27/03/2002|
|Beinn Bhreac and Dubh Bhein from the road end.||Eddie||31/05/1999|
|Emma and Simon||01/06/2008|