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Name:Little Wyvis
Hill number:1097
Height:763m / 2503ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 42960 64469
Summit feature:embedded boulder in cairn
Col:514m  NH445650  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Little Wyvis.pdf
Comments:summit measured to be 763.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 324 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Colin and I ploughed through knee deep soft snow to reach the summit in approximately 2 hours. The rain came on as we reached the track out. (We had to abandon our ambitions in Strath Conon the previous day due to the snow conditions.iansm28/02/2020
From Silverbridge. Too busy having a good time to check map and continued along track around side of hill! Scrambled steeply up to rejoin the right track a short way from the summit. Grand views from the top. Back down correct track (!)the pigguy 27/09/2019
1 & 3 of 3: Out from Silver Bridge CP with Karen who then waited at the cairn for my return from Tom na Caillich. 2nd visit. Warm and sunny with excellent views this time.ChrisR25/08/2019
From Silverbridge. Good track but 3 gates to negotiate. The hill deserves a better reputationtrimarc225/05/2019
f.a, solo, cold start then v.mild as height was gained, 8.3 miles, 4hrs 31m, started from garbat lay by, bealach mor path then uphill by the forests edge to a minor col and the summit, very mild, descended down a track, through the forest to Garve and the train station.rum doodle 15/02/2019
Great fun sledging back down!eilidh07/04/2018
Solo. Strong westerly with brief snow and rain but mostly dry with sun around. Cold. Saw no-one on L Wyvis. Great views though partial esp An Teallach. From B Wyvis car park up path and round back of my hill to join fine summit ridge then down by treeline to path again. Burn here crossable with care but could be problematic. Deep soft snow, in parts, and bog and heather made this route tough going. Snow aided descent. 4.5 hours.niallp25/03/2018
Freezing icy winds and hail made this small hill into a winter epic! My underwear froze to my leg! Nice descent on a long patch of good snow. Solo.Dangerous Dave21/03/2018
From Silverbridge car park at 403640. Easy access but rang the number for permission which was granted. A fast climb in great visibility, the views are tremendous. Cold conditions made walking on the snow easy. Solo, under 3 hours.bolton26/02/2018
Did with An Cabar,Ben Wyvis & Tom na Caillichduchally10/07/2017
GGWC. Fantastic views from An Teallach to Ben Rhinnes.Maggie08/07/2017
Out & back on good track from Blackwater Bridge car park. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/06/2017
with Sue and MVW. Better day. Probably the easiest all week.Frank18/06/2017
FR & SRVin18/06/2017
From Ben Wyvis and away from the crowds.SteveG27/05/2017
From Silver Bridge, lots of signs at the start to indicate the hill walking route. Saw lots of small birds and a herd of deer. My hundredth Corbet.GWR Chris11/05/2017
With JoshLoz_mck30/04/2017
CK SheilaS27/04/2017
With Hazel, Sarah, Mum, Abi and SimonHyperopic08/01/2017
A nice easy walk up the track. The views are fabulous from this side, and you don't get wet feet. It's a much better hill than common consensus would have us believe.Gill18/06/2016
From Black Bridge up and down estate scar (not complaining). Deer farm seems to be defunct (all gates are unlocked). SATO site nearly in operation at summit on arrival. Stayed dry which was a surprise.SS26/06/2015
From car park at 402639 (10:30) up estate track initially towards mast, and then up the front of the hill. Track led to within 100m of summit - efficient but unexiting. Dry, but cloud on top and on munros; views W up the valley OK. Finish 13:10dbb21/05/2015
Enjoyed the forest walk from car park, stream in good flow. Number of tracks around this mountain. Fair number of ptarmigan on this peak. Company: Soloiandesbottes10/02/2015
Showery and extremely windy ascent from the Ben Wyvis car park.davidpettit8422/10/2014
Up tracks from bridge car park. Bottom gate was locked.Lionel Bidwell09/05/2014
From CP at bridge at 403639, private track to summit. No locked gates and 4WD standard throughout and 2WD to about 500m. Detour on return to avoid an aggressive looking bull.Topographer5704/08/2013
bike from Garve CraigW28/06/2013
Quick morning walk from the west to avoid the worst of the weather. See my blog post for more details: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>alistairpooler13/05/2013
Roy & ScoobyJimA03/02/2013
Ascended from west and then continued on to Tom na Caillich before arcing around to the east for a fairly gradual ascent of Ben Wyvis.campagvelocet31/10/2012
munro bagging ben wyvis and little wyvis.robertphillips29/06/2012
with Jamie and Ben-Ji. Good day anti-clockwise circuit followed by big Wyvisvegibagger30/05/2011
With Jenx up easy from Wyvis path, nice wandering around the summit area without snow. Lots of ATV tracksnordicstar02/05/2011
Difficult to get on to path up but easy track up. No view as in cloud. Jackie, Pippinmfel5714/10/2010
Used Ben Wyvis new car park then up now good path to end of forest, cross river then up dampish easy slopes in good dry weather.Dugswell203/06/2010
with work - simon,zachjennygraham20/02/2010
With Laura, Jon & will, staying at Laura's.Grinner13/02/2010
3 of 3: From A835 Ben Wyvis CP. (Driving rain).ChrisR22/10/2008
With BruceRobF05/10/2008
Up and back from Garbatrjf3503/08/2006
3rd Solo. Climbed with Ben Wyvis the quarter way point of my Munro round. From Garve, follow minor road and forest track to opp car park on A835, then follow track all the way to summit of Little Wyvis. More interesting beyond this point, as no tracks to follow on the higher ground between the Corbett and the main ridge of Ben Wyvis, Warm, dry and sunny day, clear with good views.RGibbs29/04/2006
With Bill, climbed from forest edge at NH431665, now a sorts of path direct to small cairn at track pt. NH432654, then these roads to top, been up since w Jenx April 2011.nordicstar31/05/2005