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Name:Beinn a' Bhric
Hill number:3009
Height:874.2m / 2868ft
Parent (Ma):327  Leum Uilleim
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Lochy
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,CT)
Grid ref:NN 31799 64221
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Drop:77.2m
Col:797m  NN 3232 6420  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 385W
Observations:top of rock 2m SW is higher than base of cairn
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:col surveyed at 797.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 104 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
4 top round from corrour station leum uilleim revisit leum uilleim south top, beinn a bhric, meall a bhainne, great winters day light winds.robertphillips24/11/2018
Loch Ossian youth hostel - Corrour station - Leum Uilleim - Beinn a' Bhric - An Diollaid - Corrour stationdavidpettit8425/10/2018
Went on to Leum Uilleim South Top then Leum Uilleimduchally30/05/2018
Train to Corrour. Surfaced footpath (signposted Kinlochleven) on south-west side of railway past Corrour Summit signs to junction just past footbridge about 351668. Kinlochleven path goes straight ahead; surfaced track now bends left to reach beginning of rough track up ridge. Indistinct at first, muddy to about half-way up, better farther on. Track over An Dìollaid and Tom an Eòin almost to top, then off-piste for last 100-200 metres to cairn. Occasional sunshine, brief drizzle on way up, otherwise dry. Extensive views Grey Corries particularly fine, also Stob Coire Easain and Stob a Choire Mheadhoin. Back down same way to station.mainnirnamfiadh12/08/2017
KeithByTheC25/06/2017
Parked car at Corrour station and ascended track on An Diollaird to Beinn a'Bhric before moving on to Leum Uilleim. Descended over Sron an Lagain Ghairbh and a drink at the station cafe.SS09/06/2017
With Steve, Steven, Rod, RobertOik09/06/2017
Super viewpoint and enjoyable walk from Corrour on way to Leum Uillellmtrimarc209/05/2017
Overnight backpack. Parked at N end of Loch Eigheach, walk to Ranoch station and short train journey to Corrour. Anti-clockwise circuit of Leum Uilleim: Beinn a'Bhric, Leum Uilleim, Leum Uilleim South Top (fantastic views of snow capped mpoutnains), then return to Corrour and past Loch Ossian Youth Hostel to climb path heading E. Camped at beallach just before Peter's Rock. Lengthy traverse in falling snow to beallach between the two Munros, then traverse to col and ascent of Beinn Pharlagain - Meall na Meoig and along ridge to Beinn Pharlagain South Top. Descent along ridge and joining track back to car.RobertP15/04/2017
By train to Corrour with Brian R. Solo up the track. Snow showers and misty. Clearing views.Play2End09/04/2016
On Martin's final Marilyn walk.jenx19/03/2016
From Corrour again en route to Uilleum to celebrate Martin Richardson's Marilyn completion. Superb weatherRHW19/03/2016
Martin R's final Marilyn. Party at summit and a few tops around about. Great day, form station at Corrour. Train up from Roybridge.nordicstar19/03/2016
Pleasant stroll up whilst en route to Martin Richardson's final Marilyn. Gorgeous sunshine and great views.assynt_bob19/03/2016
Bagged before Martin R celebration.Jhimmy19/03/2016
Corrour station circular with the 5th Marilyn completion party (1st on the mainland).Smudge19/03/2016
Corrour station circular with the 5th Marilyn completion party for Martin Richardson, Leum Uilleim South Top, Leum Uilleim and finally Beinn a'Bhric in super spring weather.Dugswell219/03/2016
On way from Corrour to Leum Uilleim.Topographer5719/03/2016
Clockwise circuit of Leum Uilleim from Corrour station. With Gavin.MorecambeMonkey14/03/2016
From Loch Ossian YH with Lynn and the kids. Anticlockwise circuit. Great viewpoint to Glen Coe, Mamores, Grey Corries etc.nix_snilloc15/08/2015
See Leum Uilleim.dickscroop05/06/2015
still snowy!oatcake03/04/2014
With Tony on way up 'Our Wullie'chriswatson23/04/2012
With Chris from Corrour stationcitygent23/04/2012
Walk number 2 of the day(!) on pre-CUHWC Corrour trip. With Mark and Phil. Visited the summit and both Corbett tops.AGWilliamson05/09/2011
Wet week in Corrour with Andrew and Phil from CUHWC. One of the better walks - the Leum Uilleim horseshoe on the first afternoon, with both Corbett Tops.Mark Jackson05/09/2011
with Jenx from Corrour - after main hill, did two tops alsonordicstar06/08/2011
RIB Uisdean2517/04/2011
Easy bag after Leum Uilleim. Rough northward descent before Meall a' Bhainne.campagvelocet13/07/2009
Skirted main summit from south top along to Beinn a'Bhric. Descended to camp by Loch Treig.andy31/05/2008
first ascent, sunny and warm, 5 in party, climbed on a through route from kinlochleven to loch ossian.rum doodle 12/05/2008
See Leum Uilliem. Time approx. dbb08/08/2007
On way to Leum Uilleim from Kinlochleven via Loch Chiarain bothy. Cairn next to boulder.Aye Jimmy04/05/2007
Galltywenallt15/07/2006
fine summit (mist). from Corrour RHW26/05/2003
By trainColinmac200522/09/2002
Visited summit before going on to Leum Uilleim(qv)pwheeler03/06/2002
First top with Dig Bulmer, Bryn and Greg, after very heavy snow the day before from Lock Ossian Youth Hostel. Next day had to walk northwards on railway as land slides prevented trains from running a normal service.Dugswell220/02/1997
From Corrour station. On stalkers' path into large flat corrie across stream to W ridge. Found path and cairns to top. 9.50.to Uilleim.arranc29/07/1996
Round of Creag Ghuanach, Glas Bheinn, Beinn na Cloiche and Leum Uilleim from Corrour Station.Eddie19/08/1995
JEB, FJB, MM Uisdean2504/06/1992
On way in to Staoineag.ARM07/12/1991
On a traverse from Loch Chiarain to Lubnaclach.Chris Peart09/05/1990
With Leum Uilleimhillsman01/05/1986
From Loch Ossian YH.dal25/06/1982
BaggerGutt25/06/2017
Wycombe Wanderer06/05/2017
hillhunter05/02/2017
Toril17/12/2016
Colin Crawford18/05/2016