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Name:Ruadh Stac Mor
Hill number:1023
Height:918.7m / 3014ft
Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Gruinard, Doubles, Little Gruinard
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Deleted Corbett,
Murdo
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,xC,Mur)
Grid ref:NH 01856 75643
Summit feature:small cairn 8m SSE of trig point
Drop:167m
Col:752m  NH016754  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 433 435S
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Surveys of Fisherfield Hills (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 330 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Fisherfield with the lads lads ladsjennygraham28/10/2017
part of Fisherfield 6 from Sheneval, Corbett first. 10.45 hours.lithosyork03/06/2017
Climbed with Andy - in torrential rain for large parts of the walk.FCMark30/05/2017
Big day out. Camped high up not realising how far we were from Sheneval! Weather not great. We had planned to do the circuit but by the time we reached this hill the weather had turned pretty bad so we decided bagging this was enough for the day....akmilne30/05/2017
last of round then back to camp after darkRodge07/05/2017
Done in one hour from A'.M. A perfect mornings work.Play2End08/10/2016
With Mike C & Jim S, from base camp at Pollan na Muice, in fine conditions.barnz4803/06/2016
From Shenaval with Martin and Nick 6am to 9.30pm,all 5 Fisherfield Munros, glorious weather a little windyDunlawyering28/09/2015
With Dale, Rach, Alanrambler_gary05/09/2015
Fisherfield 6 from Collie Harrie, 43 km, 18 hours.Craig6711/09/2014
Walked in from Poolewe to Carnmore. Round both Munros and onto the Corbett. cloudy tops and occasional drizzle. no snow. 9 1/2 hours.alexmaclennan10/05/2014
2nd of 2. After taking in the views it was a drop to the belach and then a steep ascent to Stac Mor, around 8 or so hours since start. Constant march out to reach bike before darkness fell. Last couple of hours cycle with headtorch. Brilliant day. 51.3km, 1990m 13hr20.bowzi20/04/2014
with DHJamelialloyd27/07/2013
munro bagging weekend fisherfield 6 from shenvall bothy, clockwise 12 hours in the clag.robertphillips16/06/2012
M!Am Bodach26/05/2012
Done after A'Mhaighdean on 13.5 hr trip from Kinlochewe. Very hard on the feet!chriswatson12/07/2011
Traversed from A' Mhaighdeandavidpettit8404/06/2011
With Jamie, Weather deteriorating, winds getting strong, the hoped for glorious sunset from the tops is just a blanket of grey to the NW. What are we doing at this time of night on this remote Godforsaken place!! time to hoof it back to Carn Mor Bothyvegibagger31/05/2011
2nd of the 2 with dave and roy in warm sun after wildcampingmn2301/05/2011
2nd munro of day with Maggie and Roy.Weather still wonderfully sunny and warm. Climb up eroded scree and then thru' boulder field to summit. Views still phenominally good.Long walk back to tent(7p.m.)car(22.45p.m.)St Andrews(03.30a.m.).dave neilson01/05/2011
Climbed with Richard and Jon - poor visibility with a little rainamcculloch16/08/2010
2-day route to get the 6 fisherfield munros with Allan and Richard. Day1: walk in and easterly 3 munros, camping on bealach just before Ben Tarsuinn. Day 2: westerly 3 munros and walk out past Shenevall. Tiring and Midgey - great weather on 1st day thoughjonbowyer16/08/2010
202nd - Allan and Jon, from Corrie Hallie to NE, overcast with low cloud and some rain, 2nd day of wild camping expedition. Stopping not an option 'cos of midges.RGibbs16/08/2010
with Sam and Dave.robba_wag09/06/2010
With Jay, bit of an epic. Walked in and camped in Strath na Sealga, Blew and rained all night, finally let up about ten o'clock so we went for the six, got back at one in the morning. Just got dinner made when rain came back on!Colinmac200527/05/2010
G&MG Richard Annette Duncan +Chris Blake23/05/2010
Number 144. Glen and Mountain Guides,(Richard). Camped at Shenavall, river low. Loads of ticks! No views for remaining pair.Al-get-there21/05/2010
heatwave, camped out. done with a mhaighdeanbuggerlugs31/05/2009
2nd time.PGCE05/05/2009
Walked in to Shenavall (7.6km, 390m climb in 2.5hr). Following morning set off at 6.30 completing Beinn a'Chlaidheimh, Sgurr Ban, Mullach Coire Mhic Fhearchair, Beinn Tarsuinn, A'Mhaighdiean, Ruaidh Stac Mor + 2 Tops, 29.4km, 2600m in 17.0hr, walked out the 11.5km via Achneigie, 320m climb in 2.5hr.JamesSDonald05/09/2008
With Alan, Ian, Mark & Suz. From Shenavall in full winter conditions.Grinner22/03/2008
Munro 186 2007 compleationancient brit08/08/2007
CK SheilaS15/05/2007
Walked from Corrie Hallie and camped in Strath na Sealga. Up early and got round all six, stayed faairly clear but sadly cloud never really cleared.Colinmac200514/05/2007
With Colinalistairpooler09/05/2007
Took the tent. 2 beautiful sunny daysyounggl29/04/2007
With John from Shenevall while the others did them all (in 16 hours). Bit misty but good path - way up Ruadh Stac Mor seems to have deteriorated so cam back off northern flank again. SS18/06/2006
With Lesley after A'Mhaigdean. from and back to distant Corrie Hallie road on a lovely calm clear day. Had borrowed Neil's car from Aberdeen, staying in B & B s for a few days.Chris Pearson25/07/2005
Fisherfield 6 (now 5) plus Tops from Corriehallie. Day 11 of 59 for all Munros. 43km, +/-3000m, 17hrs30.PGCE13/06/2004
After a poncho camp at Doire-beithe near to two trees I headed for the penultimate peak of this three day trip. Finally after a slog I got to the summit and was rewarded with a view. A real red hill and a great viewpoint. Company: Soloiandesbottes16/05/2004
With Gary Hodgson.Dangerous Dave14/05/2004
With Jeanette, start of a three day (two and a half really)rounddickscroop07/08/2003
climbed for 45th birthday - felt all of it too. easy climb due to pony tracksWhithaugh23/09/2002
See Beinn Tarsuinn. dbb05/07/2002
From Shenvall, round the sixer. Early start in grand weather. Made good steady progress, me, MVW and Scotty. Finished on the Stac in gathering gloom around 6.30pm, walk back to Shenvall by 9.00 and slap up meal! 13hr day.nordicstar06/05/2001
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
After sleeping under a boulder near Carnmore (the bothy was too noisy to get any kip). Cloud low and damp so climbing was out. Continued on to Mhaighdean but couldnt see anything until dropping back to Carnmore and the walk out.mindlessflogger02/05/1998
Galltywenallt02/08/1997
With Malcolm. Walked in on 04/07. Camped. 6 peaks on 05/07 in rain. Camped. Walked out on 06/07.mike.hoult05/07/1997
After ascending Sil Mhr in the morning. With Rhona Fraser. Started from Poolewe (Srondubh). Along the path to the north of Loch Kernsary. Shortly after Kernsary went through woods on a track, taking to path that follows Allt na Creige. Crossed the causeway between Fionn Loch and Dubh Loch. Left the footpath to pass the outfall of Fuar Loch Mr and then went up the NW ridge of A' Mhaighdean. Continued to the summit of Ruadh Stac Mr. Descended and stopped for the night in bivvy bags at a point somewhat above Fuar Loch Mr.pwbellarby15/06/1996