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Name:Ben Screavie
Hill number:1148
Height:333m / 1093ft
Parent (Ma):1127  Meallan Liath Coire Mhic Dhughaill
Section:16B: Durness to Loch Shin
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
(Hu,Tu,3,sMa)
Grid ref:NC 30979 39367
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:146m
Col:187m  NC 3244 3850  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 445
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:Alternative col at NC 3306 3808 surveyed as equal height; summit measured as 333.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 10 users)ByDate of Ascent
What a comedy. No problem with stepping stones or rotten bridge. Climbed obvious ravine 150m down alongside loch to scramble out over buttress onto the ridge. Sanity broke out choosing to descend N around crags (probably quicker).Eddie24/08/2016
Great fun on the stepping stones, though the boards on the bridge in the middle suggest an attempt to discourage use. The ascentlooks intimidating but is fairly straightforward up rock and heather slopes to the north. Don't try to shortcut the path, as the area east of Loch nan Ealachan is a floating bog - best to stick close to the cragsColin Crawford16/06/2016
From Achfary with Ben Stack & Ben Dreavie.Jim.Fothergill20/05/2016
From the Arkle carpark 🚗 fairly easy, wellies recommended until on the ridge.Martin R16/05/2016
fine bare-rock hill; challenging stepping stones!! fine views. from SW via scary stepping stones and direct ascent of heather break in crags RHW16/09/2003
bjewing21/06/2016
IainT17/06/2013
alda29/06/2012
Alan Whatley12/04/2012
chalky195323/06/2010