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Name:Conival
Hill number:1184
Height:987m / 3238ft
Parent (Ma):1183  Ben More Assynt
RHB Section:16E: Scourie to Lairg
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Dornoch, Inver
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:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NC 30332 19925
Summit feature:shelter
Drop:101m
Col:886m  NC 3099 2006  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 442E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 589 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Solo again!Dangerous Dave01/10/2019
Paul and Terri25/08/2019
fedupofuserids30/07/2019
Bagged with Ben More Assynt (998m) from the Inchnadamph car park in the north west highlands. These are two hills that I had planned on getting multiple times, when I lived in Inverness, but there was always an excuse not to, so Iím very chuffed to have finally bagged them. In the wind shelter on Conival I met a very friendly 73 year old called Keith and we paired up for the rest of the day. 09:40hrs in total sunshine and blue skies till 5pm then overcast but dry.chillyman815/07/2019
Toril10/06/2019
With Jonathan. Glorious day.Chris Blake07/06/2019
Lorna S01/06/2019
Scott Morley 8628/05/2019
MMC Durness WE. With Iain Wilson left Ullapool YH 0800 for Ichnadamph. followed WH route. Easy walk along the glen. Stiff pull to bealach. Sensational alpine round of both munros on easy snow. Met about 18 other walkers during the day. Onto Durness YH end of day. 8 hoursalexmaclennan10/05/2019
NHWC06/05/2019
Badders19/04/2019
with Sue Hill.Ellie's Hills15/04/2019
jimi6613/04/2019
mist and windy with mike shaw and peter walker, went onto Ben More Assyntlithosyork29/12/2018
Reached from the car park at Inchnadamph on a eleven mile walk to claim the county top of Sutherland Ben More Assynt. Walk took around seven hours in winter conditions (beware of the pink rock as this can be very slippery) and the path can be difficult to pick out at times but a excellent ridge walk none the less.WAYNE ROWLETT24/12/2018
weaselmaster22/12/2018
concrete base with rivet and rough triangle within wind shelter on blocky ridge- a continuation from Ben More Assynt in superb clear weather- fantastic ridge traverse- on to Na Tuadhan.Denise 14/10/2018
Sick Kid10/10/2018
tleach1201/10/2018
From Inchnadamph (Loch Assynt) along Traligill to Conival and then along the ridge to Ben More Assynt. Cloudy conditions, improving, but strong cross wind on ridge across to Ben More Assynt.knarf29/08/2018
Weather started cloudy but fine. We hoped that the cloud would lift before we reached the main climb to the summit. It didn't. It was very windy after the small scramble. At a guess, 30-40mph constant wind with gusts over 40mph. Enough wind to make you fall over when it briefly stopped. Decided not to proceed to Ben More Assynt in such wind. A good call because no sooner had we left the summit than the rain hit really hard. All our 'waterproof' gear failed and we returned to the car soaked to the skin through all of our layers. But great fun. My 2nd Munro bagged.NorthernWayfarer04/08/2018
alda18/07/2018
KeithByTheC17/07/2018
mountainman27713/07/2018
buggerlugs08/07/2018
stuartgreig02/07/2018
andy6308/06/2018
Papwilkinson25/05/2018
Kendall24/05/2018
PoolieDave24/05/2018
ajwxyzt07/05/2018
Louise07/05/2018
Climbed with Rob, together with Ben More Assynt. Very cold and windy with quite a lot of snow. Ice axe and crampons left in the car because there wasn't much snow yesterday.banksey23/04/2018
easers05/04/2018
declas02/02/2018
Conor06/10/2017
Both Munros from Inchnadampf - WalkHighlands routeCrib Goch26/09/2017
with Martin, who went on to Ben More Assynt while I had a breather, from Inchnadmpf. My second Munro!!Lou26/09/2017
GavinTheobald 204/09/2017
Robert Paterson02/09/2017
gary198127/07/2017
Ullswalker12/07/2017
Hetty05/06/2017
fellwanderer9201/06/2017
Archie31/05/2017
KathW31/05/2017
Solo neil hutton26/05/2017
Gallovidian21/05/2017
LadyinAyeVan13/05/2017
mg855501/05/2017