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Name:Beinn nan Ramh
Hill number:1056
Height:711m / 2333ft
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Ewe, Cromarty
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 13964 66144
Summit feature:cairn
Col:325m  NH097686  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435S
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 127 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled from Incheril to Leckie bothy, then stalkers path up on to hillside. Fairly hard work!willyross09/07/2020
Overnight in leckie bothy. Good way to tackle hill.Crumblie211/05/2019
By bike from 199 599 on the A832.Peterb06/05/2019
A showery day with views coming and going. Cycled from Kinlochewe to Leckie and walked from there through very wet land, even on the stalkers path.IanHHill16/08/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac12/05/2018
From Incheril. Excellent track up the glen to Leckie bothy which is in reasonable condition. Left the bikes and took stalkerís path before long steady haul up to summit.Campbell Singer09/05/2018
Solo From Incheril. Cycled to Leckie (open bothy) then up stalkers path 2km followed by 3km of Deer grass. Return same route. It rained all the way there and all the way back.GmacT20/05/2017
From Leckie .chalky195307/05/2017
Cycled from Incheril, road not open at the time due to operations. Got lift back from Czech construction operative after irreparable puncture near the Heights.Topographer5718/08/2016
Parked at Incheeil and cycled in, however huge amount of mini hydro schemes ongoing means possible to drive right to the Heights where large contractor CP built. On to the old Leckie bothy and stalkers path. Somewhat wet in places after the path however 4hrs round trip good for distance.nordicstar05/08/2016
What a mess in the glen with all the hydro works going on. Good stalkers path from Leckie then a long plod to the top.jenx05/08/2016
From Incheril car park with 1033. Biked to Leckie then took the stalkers path to NH109658. Took 4 hrs 15 mins.Jim.Fothergill18/04/2016
From A832 layby at Dosmuckeran.ChrisR30/10/2015
Bike ride to pipeline and then followed the ridge from east.Martin R18/05/2015
from locked gate 1st hill before mac.robertphillips27/07/2014
On solo run from Achnasheen to Braemore.amswanston07/06/2013
Parked at the Slioch car park. Cycled up to Leckie. The path soon disappears - easy plod up fresh snow to the cairn. 4h 15m including bike ride.jimbloomer17/11/2012
with Iain Robertsondavidsbatty13/07/2012
Solo, with cycle approach Uisdean2509/04/2012
good views into Fisherfielddmckeith12/04/2010
Parked on A 832 up a tarmac approach to a long access road. Over a locked deer fence through 1 1/2 miles of forest to open moor. Hill in sight for most of the way. Rising and then falling to shores of Loch Fannich. Followed track west and then a new track contouring round to the north, still not shown on the latest map. Off uphill on grass and tussock to flattish brow. Extensive peat hags to first high point. Crags to right overlooking the Nest of Fannich. Long mile trudge to the top at 13.10. Watershed hill. 20 large grey slabs on small grass covered dome.arranc11/06/2008
With Josie & Grainne sclater01/01/2008
Walked up from Slioch carpark to Heights of Kinlochewe and ascended from there. A long walking day.JohnW01/07/2005
Track from A832 at NH 19846 59870, to foot of east ridge, with Fiona. Hammering with rain, miserable.agentmancuso30/06/2002
After celebrating Margaret Cookís 10th Munro (Fionn Bheinn) two of us continued down the north ridge and crossed Srath Chrombuill. We went N to join the long east ridge of Beinn nan Ramh to reach the summit. We descended the east ridge, going almost to Loch Fannich before turning S. On the lowest slopes we found a path, not shown on the map. Rather than follow the track we opted for a short cut past Loch na Mòine Mòr. This was a mistake! The flat area to the N of the loch has several deep water courses causing much deviation and the wading of one deep water course. We joined the stalkersí path and then the track which skirts the W side of Strathbran plantation to reach the road E of Achnasheen. We were rather late in joining the dinner at Inchbae Lodge held to mark Margaretís success.pwbellarby04/08/2001
Leg it all the way along the track from the Achnasheen road.Eddie14/07/2001
rather damp dull remote hiill, godd bleak stony summit. Incheril clockwise via Hts of Kinlochewe; lift down with estate worker RHW21/04/2000
hill walker13/07/2019
GavinTheobald 210/05/2018
Simon Winton19/04/2018
Tom Mundell08/04/2018
Trekking toes08/04/2018
Dave McG19/10/2017
Erik B19/10/2017
Sick Kid19/02/2017