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Name:Ladhar Bheinn South Top
Hill number:6378
Height:846.8m / 2778ft
Parent (Ma):731  Ladhar Bheinn
RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Guiserein, Hourn, Catchment Boundaries
Grid ref:NG 83086 03373
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:824m  NG831033  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413S
Observations:ground 130m NW at NN 82993 03454 is 8cm lower
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 93 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Camping at Inverie with Reg, completed horseshoe of Ladhar Bheinn to Sgurr Coire ChinnicheanJamesSDonald17/08/2018
Epic with Rob Wight and Ron Dorn from Inverie on a cool, low cloud and mizzle but dry and light wind day. 11 1/2 hours due to nav errors on mist.alexmaclennan20/06/2015
On the way down Ladhar BheinnMavern30/05/2015
3 of 7: From Ladhar Bheinn.ChrisR25/08/2014
RW and Dr Alidickiewren30/04/2014
With club, Ladhan Bheinn + Tops, 13.8km, 1510m, in 9.0hrJamesSDonald04/05/2009
With three friends. We took the boat operated by Billy Mackenzie from Arnisdale to Barrisdale. We walked up the track towards Mam Barrisdale and found a campsite. With lighter sacks went up a nice scramble to the summit of Stob a' Chearcail. We continued to the summit of Aonach Sgoilt and Ladhar Bheinn with scrambling from time to time. We passed over the south top. There are two tops close together. Both were visited - the second one looks to be higher. Three of us went out to the Munro Top of Stob a' Choire Odhair. From the summit of Aonach Sgoilte we followed a path down to join the Stob a' Chearcail scramble quite low down. The views were really good - the weather dry and quite warm, even late on.pwbellarby31/05/2008
From Inverie, out on Barrisdale track, cut up ridge behind Torcuileainn ruin to Mam Suidheig and ridge. Over tops to Bealach Dhorrcail and to summit - descend NW ridge to Folach and out via Mam Uidhe to pub!nordicstar30/03/2005
SMMC Knoydart meet, with Hugh Eaglesfield, Alison Simpson, Ian Marshall and Iain Wallace.clashcityrocker12/06/2001
Via boat from Arnisdale, up via Coire Odhar, return via Mam Barrisdale to Barrisdale Bayrjf3515/07/2000
Hardly noticed this with Ladhar Bheinn ahead!Aye Jimmy08/08/1995
Solo from Barrisdale Bay. Stormy night for the Boots Across Scotland Event.Shutterlag12/05/1995
first ascent, from campsite in barrisdale bay, solo. climbed stob a chiore odhar first, then ladhar beinn, great views of skye. continued over several tops and descended steeply at first to mam barrisdale and the path back down to barrisdale bay.rum doodle 13/06/1994
Top with Pam, Rory on Knoydart backpacking trip. Cloudy with occasional drizzle.Dugswell223/05/1991
from A S. No view. Down to bealach on compass - a fierce place in mist. good path up to NST.arranc29/05/1989
with John HChris Pearson07/07/1986
cicuit with TonyChris Pearson22/07/1983
With: lw; From Barrisdale Bothy up into Coire Dhorrcaill on to ridge N of St Coire a'Chearcaill. Then to Aonach Sgoilte & S top & on to summit. Stunning views. Across to Stob a'Choire Odhair & down over Druim a'Choire Odhair back to Coire Dhorrcail.Ian Baines03/08/1982
Cairngorm Club meet. With John Hetherington. From Barrisdale Bothy we went to Màm Barrisdale (2 men dropped from a helicopter there). We went a short distance down the path on the other side, then ~south and up a stream to the ridge of Creag Dhearg and hence to Meall Buidhe. We continued over the south east top, Druim Leac a Shith, and then via the south east ridge of Luinne Bheinn to the south east top and the main summit. Descended via Bachd Mhic an Tosaich to Màm Barrisdale, where John descended to Barrisdale. I continued to Stob a Chearcail, point 848m, Ladhar Bheinn, and Stob a Choire Odhar before descending to Barrisdale Bothy. Mist on all the tops except Druim Leac a Shith.pwbellarby11/07/1981
Gavin Theobald07/07/2019
Colin Crawford11/05/2019
Sick Kid05/09/2015
Owen B15/07/2015
Neil Midgley28/06/2014
Sick Kid24/05/2014
Lorna S21/04/2012