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Name:Seana Bhraigh
Hill number:1069
Height:926m / 3038ft
RHB Section:15A: Loch Broom to Strath Oykel
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Dornoch, Broom
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Dornoch Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 28183 87872
Summit feature:grass at edge of cliff to E of windshelter
Drop:251m
Col:675m  NH282860  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 436N
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 454 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed with Maggie. Campervan at Inverlael to start. Great day and visibility (360 degrees). Long day - exhausted afterwards.dave neilson17/10/2019
short cycle inmn2317/10/2019
Beinn Dearg - Cona' Mheall - Meall nan Ceapraichean - Eididh nan Clach Geala - Seana Bhraigh. Long day but incredible views.tomd426/08/2019
With Jonathan from Corriemulzie Lodge.Chris Blake04/06/2019
2nd Repeatchalky195329/05/2019
Revisit. From Corriemulzie car park, Creag an Duine, then SB for the trig bolt, then acw circuit of Simms and subs. Lovely sunny breezy day.RHW19/04/2019
KeithByTheC18/04/2019
with AnneDuncanH30/07/2018
From Oykel BrCapt Malbec21/07/2018
From Inverlael car park, along forest road then stalkers' path to Lochan Uaine then up and down Beinn Dearg, up and doen Cona' Mheall, then up Meall nan Ceapraichean, continuing to Ceann Garbh and Eididh nan Clach Geala, and out to Seana Bhraigh (via its South Top), returning to Inverlael on stalkers' path through Coire an Lochain Sgeirichkdbennett07/07/2018
From walkers car park at Corriemulzie Lodge,cycling in as far as the fork in the river & then up the grassy slopes after deciding against the scramble over Creag an Duine. Descended by Creag nan Gobhar ridge & back to the bike. On own.MorecambeMonkey14/05/2018
Climbed from Inverlael- 8:45 hours there and straight back.chillyman801/05/2017
First of two Munros: long day but great weather.mikejacobs02/08/2016
With SWHC a large group (and JD) ascended from Inverlael and all but Eric made it to the top. I was knackered at the beginning and was very surprised to make it. About an hour before the top most of the group made a big mistake by navigating over the cliffs whilst I took the long and much easier way round. Sunny but thankfully not too hot. https://www.flickr.com/photos/dogwyllie/albums/72157668714431502alanwyllie28/05/2016
from north via ridge and scramble 8k cycle each way from lodge plus 10k odd walk. Summit to car down 2 hours. Total around 7.5 hoursDunlawyering27/05/2016
via ridge sunny, came in from north, long way car bike and walkingDundoctoring27/05/2016
From Inverlael. weather bad, low cloud and constant rain. Bagged Eididh nan Clach Geala first, then stupidly decided to also bag Seana Bhraigh which turned into a mini epic of confusion and getting lost. Met fellow bagger who decided to abandon and return back. 50k map useless in those bad conditions as ground was much more complex then shown. Subsequently 25k map shows where I went wrong on GPS data.Jhimmy07/07/2015
From Lael Forest walkers car park, Seana Bhraigh and ST. Long walk but good paths most of the way.rhalstead29/06/2015
With MRLoz_mck27/06/2015
ghaley18/11/2014
Second day of a five-day trip with DW & SL. Having stayed in Great Glen Hostel the night before, we headed north to here. From Corriemulzie Lodge (or thereabouts). The drive up the track to here is VERY rough Weather; biking in would be quicker. Weather started off terribly, but improved. I think we were lucky! Seana Bhraigh is an awesome mountain. We had views from the ridge and summits.AGWilliamson20/09/2014
A long walk in. Nobody else around. Cool and clear. Camping in Ullapool.Play2End13/09/2014
a second visit while doing Carn Banoatcake03/06/2014
From Inverlael. Superb mountain.dal19/05/2014
Solo. Drove in so far before the road got the better of me...it's pretty poor. Made better time cycling in before dumping bike and ascenting NE ridge. Some tricky bits before an easy stroll to summit. 32.8km, 1215m, 9hr?bowzi21/04/2014
solo from Ullapool. Bus to Lael Forest walkers car park. Easy route to end of track. Bit complicated to find route round Cadha Dherg. Very sunny but cold and breezy. Missed last bus had to walk back to Ullapool.munromurph12/10/2013
Long cycle in from Oykel Bridge and challenging circular walk with Scott Bbarnz4814/07/2013
Walked over from Eididh nan Clach Geala with Jon Foote. A long walk out afterwards.chriswatson24/06/2013
Martin Astley used mountain bikes on approachhutonthehill03/03/2013
munro bagging ben klibreck and seanna bhraigh.robertphillips01/06/2012
3 of 4: From South Top.ChrisR02/05/2012
Climbed with Richard (all 5) on an excellent day - clear blue sky and no wind. Very long day though!! Stayed at Aultguish Innamcculloch31/03/2012
246th - with Allan - Stayed at Alltguish Inn, started from Inverlael to W. Dry, cloud-free tops and cool - perfect day. 12 hour round trip for all 5 of the Inverlael Munros.RGibbs31/03/2012
Walked in from Inverleal where I started for Beinn Dearg earlier in my existence. Long walk in, very wet and difficult navigation. Map and compass weather again. Glad to find summit. Company: Martin Stewart.iandesbottes16/02/2012
tickchazzyboy1906/06/2011
From Corriemulzie Lodge. Continued to Inverlael. neil hutton02/06/2011
sololittle al15/08/2010
We drove in from Oykel Bridge and cycled from lodge then walked up NW ridge. Hardest part was the 6mile drive on estate road in Transit van!petejebb18/07/2010
Long drive in then a long cycle. Very remote. We climbed/scrambled up the North East face. My most impressive feat to date on the munros. Very hot and we saw a pair of dotterils!!akmilne19/05/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave10/05/2010
with Phil D ,Jeff, Matthew and dog Ben-Ji drive 1.8 miles up Glen na Squaib 6.55am up track north and all way out to Seanna Bhraigh, which has thin cloud on top and temp wonder if 905m top is summit til we realise true summit is right next to cliff edge. Summit 11.55 and sure enough about 4-5 feet away from summit it droops absolutely vertically for maybe hundred feet or so. my 265th Munrovegibagger26/10/2009
With Lynsey on 3-day backpackalistairpooler10/09/2009
Round of Beinn Dearg, Cona' Mheall, Meall nan Ceapraichean, Eididh nan Clach Geala, Seana Bhraigh and Am Faochagach from the west end of Loch Glascarnoch. Day 26 of 59 for all Munros. 38km, +/-2400m, 12 hours.PGCE14/05/2009
With Laura, Will, Ian and Jon. From Magoo's bothy on a very windy day.Grinner31/01/2009
Solo. From Inverlael. After ascending Meall Glac an Ruighe I descended SE and went round the S side of a lochan and then NE over the col between Meall a' Choire Ghlais and a minor top to the SE. Went down to col at 680m and up to Seana Bhraig South Top and then to the main summit of Seana Bhraig, Took in Meall a' Choire Ghlais on the way back.pwbellarby18/05/2008
Short walk along the cliff edge from the South Top. yorkie06/05/2008
Completed with Club, 27.5km, 1500m in 9.3hrJamesSDonald18/08/2007
Munro 191 2007 compleationancient brit11/08/2007
With Jay and Becky. Real epic, biked in and had great night in the "luxurious" bothy by the loch. Trouble was rain never let up, by morning we had to divert about half a mile upstream to get across dry. Made it and got up the hill, then just got resigned to soaking. Crossing the river again with bikes was entertaining!Colinmac200508/07/2007
Memorable day - cycled in from Oykle Bridge with Anne Superb clear dayDavid Greaves26/06/2007