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Name:Slioch
Hill number:1010
Height:981m / 3219ft
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ewe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,T100,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NH 00471 69064
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:626m
Col:355m  NH013711  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 433 435S
Observations:rocks to N may be as high
Comments:Added to Trail 100 list Jan 2020
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 536 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Route: Incheril Gleann Bianasdail Meall Each Coire na Sleaghaich Slioch South Top Slioch - Trig Point Slioch Sgurr an Tuill Bhain Coire na Sleaghaich Incheril. Stats: 7hrs42, 20.3km, 1,349m ascent. Weather: sunny & clear. Notes: bad knee pain on descent made use of poles; only party member to summit Meall Each.millionmts10/09/2019
From Annat with D. Multiple heavy showers.Rodge17/08/2019
With Ian.Dangerous Dave23/09/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac04/09/2018
Sgurr Dubh, Slioch South Top, Trig point, Slioch, Sgurr an Tuill Bhain and Meall Each.Peterb17/05/2018
Followed route described by Walk Highlands website from Incherilrurquhart23/09/2017
From Incheril (Kinlochewe)into the Coire na Sleaghaich to the Trig Point summit and then main summit of Slioch. Cloudy conditions, which cleared when reaching the summit.knarf13/09/2017
B&AMorning20/08/2017
Solo neil hutton09/06/2017
Climbed Slioch with Maggie. Couldn't remember name of the hill afterwards - sligo, sligachan! Very restricted views because of considerable cloud cover. Enjoyable climb tho'. Summit at cairn beyond trig point cairn.dave neilson20/05/2017
From Gairloch. Lovely day though sleet on the summit and rain all the way down. No views.mn2320/05/2017
revisit for the tops, C/W round of sgurr dubh, slioch south top, slioch trig, slioch, sgurr an tuill bhain, biked in 5 km to the bridge from incheril.robertphillips08/05/2017
with Frank - vg visability... a long day - 09:20 to 19:50Topsaswell22/07/2016
Superb horse shoe including trig ( in sorry state) and three tumps. Sunny ascent but cloud beat us to the summit. From Kinlochewe.Denise 03/06/2016
with Sam.robba_wag28/05/2016
Slioch hill race (wet weather route)CraigW21/05/2016
Climbed with Pete the day after we'd done Bealach Mor cycle sportive, before driving home. Big problems on descent, having to turn back up a very steep, slippery muddy gully. Low cloud and mist. Reached trig point summit but not the other one, which is apprently 1m higher!banksey06/09/2015
With GHC in low cloud and drizzle.Play2End19/06/2015
6 Slioch tops on a wet windy morning circuit from Incheril: revisit for trig. Descended ESE to Bhain col then steep wet grassy descent NE for Meall Daimh.RHW17/06/2015
With James. Mist ebbed and flowed.dal12/06/2015
Night exercise. 60mph winds. With Kiera.Loz_mck25/10/2014
ghaley12/09/2014
Solo and my 2nd attempt at the hill. As this time round it was dry it made for an easy enough day. Just after summit it started to pelt down and winds picked up. Nice lil ridgewalk. 19.7km, 1280m, 8hr.bowzi14/07/2014
Nice start of walk (but was very hot and humid on the way back). A bit of slog type Munro. At lochan it's a scree slope up. Fantastic views on top. Route made redeemable by a walk along narrow ridge to Sgurr nan Tuill Bhain.Jhimmy26/06/2014
From Kinlochewe, ST, Trig, Slioch and Sgurr an Tuill Bhain.rhalstead22/06/2014
With Rod and Grant but this time I went back up by the burn to the upper corrie after taking direct path to lowere corrie, returning same way. SS18/06/2014
With Steve, RodOik18/06/2014
Ben Wyvis in the morning, Fionn Bheinn in the afternoon, Slioch in the evening. Day 41 of 59 for all Munros. 36km, +/- 2700m.PGCE08/05/2014
With Andy Smith.MorecambeMonkey25/03/2014
Longish walk in on a dreich day. Good hill with a lovely high corrie. Pretty windy and was very wet on walk out.akmilne30/08/2013
Although we got no view, it was better weather than anticipated. Until the way down that is, started to rain as we reached the flat of the walk out... the heavens opened.FCMark30/08/2013
With Andy - fantastic viewsCrib Goch17/06/2013
KINLOCHEWE WEEKEVERTON09/06/2013
Climbed with Richard, Poor visibility and covering of ice on top but still pleasant day with no wind. 8.5 hours total.amcculloch22/02/2013
273rd - with Allan - from Kinlochewe, followed path in to Corrie and then gained summit ridge by easiest looking line. V. cold day, dry, snow coverage above 850m, clouded over on summit ridge.RGibbs22/02/2013
munro bagging, camped at taagan, waded kinlochewe river in morning path up to summit, one of the best, penultimate munro.robertphillips01/07/2012
KeithByTheC12/06/2012
with Jamie and Ben-Ji. His final Munro. Absolutley glorious day, best of the week and I forgot my cameravegibagger12/04/2012
with clubJamesSDonald01/04/2012
1st Munro with Dave Oemma702712/02/2012
2 of 3: From Slioch TP.ChrisR14/11/2011
Up from Kinlochewe via Sgurr an Tuill Bhain on generally fine day. Path very eroded up to SE corrie and down south ridge. Great views of last month's Fisherfield Five walks.chriswatson12/08/2011
Super day returned via Sgurr an Tull Baingeoffreybbb26/07/2011
JimT23/07/2011
With Benalistairpooler06/06/2011
Solo, did all the variants of the top just in casedickscroop20/08/2010
Great hill to compleat 2nd Munro round having earlier compleated the Corbett Tops ( Meall Fhuaran ) and Graham tops ( Meall Daimler ) a memorable day.chalky195329/07/2010
Walked across from the triangulation pillar in misty conditions. yorkie28/05/2009
AnnetteChris Blake25/05/2009
ScoobyJimA13/05/2009