|Name:||Beinn nan Eun|
|Height:||743m / 2438ft|
|Section:||15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham|
|Grid ref:||NH 44817 75969|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 20|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 88 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From Carn Loch nan Amhaichean. Very rough going although climb was relatively easy. Returned over Clach Sgoilte and back to bike near Strathrannoch.||Campbell Singer||18/05/2017|
|Easy cycle along the loch and beyond. What a mess the hydro scheme has made. Lovely scenery all day. Rough at times.||jenx||19/07/2016|
|Parked at Eileinach Lodge and cycled the full length of the loch to Wyvis Lodge. Past that and good cycling up the glen to next to the old waterfalls, now sadly ruined by an intrusive hydro scheme. Another branch has tirned the once fine stalkers paths into 4x4 superhighways. Steeply up onto BnE then rough ground in places in traverse to Carn Loch nan Amhaichean. Returned to valley and remains of the stalkers until industrial Scotland was rejoined.||nordicstar||19/07/2016|
|From Kildermorie, over a bridge to cross the Abhainn na Glasa onto an unmapped forest road, across the Allt a'Magharaidh and onto the path towards Loch Magharaidh. Just before the climb into the bog before the Loch, there's a climb on reasonably tame vegetation to point 662 m. After that, the going is mainly easy on nice short heather, gravel and lichen, with only a short section of peat hags. The stroll along the broad ridge and up to the summit is really nice, with great views of the surrounding wilderness.||Gill||17/06/2016|
|Easy albeit long cycle in from Glen Glass, followed by easy ascent. New track from Wyvis Lodge to foot of hill. Continued to Amhlachain. Weather perfect.||Topographer57||17/10/2015|
|Via Loch Glass.Unpaved but good road goes as far as small hydro-electric dam at NH44856 74172. Then you can thrash out a route of your own choosing. Region 15 completed, at last.||Martin R||11/10/2015|
|Cycled up past Wyvis Lodge on the new construction works track(hydro-electric scheme?). Unsightly but made biking easier and will mend in time. Camped a mile or so from its end. Walked to end of track then chose a line to the top. Continued on to the two Graham tops to the East made it more of a walk but still short day so had time for Queen's Cairn I the afternoon.||dickscroop||06/04/2015|
|Also done clna cycled along loch glass past wyvis lodge to waterfall||robertphillips||03/10/2014|
|Solo. With CLnA. Watch out for angry stalkers in september - prevented from continuing to Meall Mor.||amswanston||28/09/2012|
|From Strath Rannoch. Bike for 3 1/2 m then past farm on a faint path uphill by stream. Sludge immediately with both feet wet before top. After 2 miles took bearing to ridge to the east. View of hill 3 miles further. By side of Loch Amhaichean - sand pipers - gently up over heather and rough marsh grass to ridge and easier tundra patches. 3/4 m uphill to top at 14.25. No view - rain and mist. to Amhaichean.||arranc||24/06/2005|
|Descended from Carn Loch nan Amhaichean to ascend in cloud. Then descended south to follow tracks back to A835 at Inchbae Lodge.||JohnW||27/06/2001|
|fine hill, fine situation, fine approach via L Glass. 548689 nr Eileanach Lodge - figure-8 circuit||RHW||23/04/2000|
|Carn Loch nan Amhaichean and Beinn nan Eun from the Ullapool road.||Eddie||11/05/1999|