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Name:Glas Bheinn
Hill number:1191
Height:776m / 2546ft
RHB Section:16E: Scourie to Lairg
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Eddrachillis, Inver
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett
Grid ref:NC 25487 26489
Summit feature:rock 10m E of cairn
Col:617m  NC294237  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 442E
Observations:boulder is c.0.8m above base of cairn
Survey:Abney level
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With Sue from A894 towards edge of loch and up N shoulder through terraces to summit. Return same way till start of steep descent then East to easier angle to Loch a Choire Dheirg outflow to stalkers path and back to start. wet but often good views over other hills.Frank05/09/2018
From Inchnadamphjustin99920/06/2018
From A894, along Lairing Unapool path until I spotted a grassy gully. Though steep in places, this led relatively comfortably (NB- in very dry conditions) onto the NW ridge at a shoulder near pt 596. Pleasant walk along ridge/edge of Coire Dearg to summit. Excellent views today. First leg of Glas Bheinn, Beinn Uidhe and Coire Leacach walk.pwheeler19/05/2018
Out & back from the A894 to the NW. On own.MorecambeMonkey07/05/2018
A testing half day, in cloudy wet and windy conditions. Up and down from the Kylesku Road.kenmorti22/10/2017
Ran up from carpark by loch, round south side of loch then up to Loch Bealach a' Bhuirich. Took NNE ridge up to summit. Descended same way except went north round Loch na Gainmhich. 7mile in total.stever25/07/2017
Went up path(faint at first but improves) from GR24008/27847. Cairn there had been destroyed but I rebuilt it on way down.duchally17/08/2016
With Janice and ClubJamesSDonald30/04/2016
Josh's first Corbett ;) with Tim and KieraLoz_mck31/01/2016
round of 4 glas bheinn,spidean coinicch, sail garbh, sail ghorm,from carpark on A894 no views.robertphillips09/07/2013
Inchnadamph - Dubh Loch Mor - Ben More Assynt South Top - Ben More Assynt - Conival - Beinn Uidhe - Glas Bheinn - Inchnadamphdavidpettit8428/05/2013
alone SheilaS03/05/2012
Mist & rain (a bit of wind)Morning13/09/2011
Assynt traverse (28 hrs) from Stac Pollaidh to Quinag and finish at Kylesku Also ascended in 1960s (1962?) and 1970s (May 1974)petesimpson13/07/2010
NUFWAS Skye trip becoming NUFWAS Durness trip. With Chris, Jon & Housechild.Grinner04/05/2010
With D Roeder. Following Quinag walk, left car 16:25 and followed more or less direct steep line to top of ridge and along to summit. Flat; difficult to find in cloud. Returned by more or less the same route. Finished 19:00 dbb06/07/2008
Family hike while staying in Inverness.marktrengove29/10/2007
From col with road, round back of North corrie for interest and summit, back down std pathnordicstar05/08/2006
Second round ascent.pwbellarby 2nd18/06/2006
Glas Bheinn (NC238285) S/F NC 238285 First climb of the day. Visibility good, broken cloud >3000', warm, low wind.John Young01/08/2005
With DJB. Easy walk, in thick mist/rain.douglas_easton23/05/2005
Alone. Hazel to Eas a' Chual AluinnSpudGunn13/07/2001
From Loch AssyntBLACKHILL20/05/2001
MC JC. Short ascent on frozen hill from A994. Whilst staying at Cathar Dhubh. Poor visibility above 500m. Deep soft snow. 3h30 round.Martin6628/12/2000
Cool, clear, cloudy, good views.iangalbraith14/06/2000
From road to W. An easy day for this part of the world...Aye Jimmy27/04/2000
SMMC Inchnadamph meet.clashcityrocker17/02/2000
A really unusual and very good hill. Makes a good start to the ridge walk to ConivalGill01/01/2000
QUick, wet bag at the end our week in Scouriegman09/09/1999
Done as a fell run back to Inchnadamph hostelthenomad09/08/1998
Up and down after the Quinag round from car park on Kylesku road where Allt Sgrathaig needs crossing.Eddie11/11/1995
From A894 between hills. On stalkers' path for a short way then on bee line to foot of severe clamber up NW slopes to slabby top of ridge and steady slog on loose grey slabs to a path and to the top at 10.20. Quinag dominates the view to west.arranc21/05/1995
Self and TaffyInvicta1421/06/1994
Solo. After having coffee at Elphin, having ascended Cul Beag, went to the start of the stalkers path on the A894 road W of S end of Loch na Gainmhich. Ascended to summit of Glas Bheinn. Compass and pacing used to find the summit cairn due to mist. There was some rain. Descended the same way.pwbellarby14/08/1993
JEB, FJB Uisdean2530/08/1991
Corbett bagging: Glas Bheinn and Cul Beag RHW09/05/1991
After several wet days a clearance here enabled a straightforward ascent with good visibility.JohnW04/04/1991
Climbed after night at Carbisdale Castle YH (an amazing castle with statues and oil paintings.)Wild wintry weather, ice axes needed. w Pete H & John H Then on to Tongue YH after a look at Smoo cave in the rain.Chris Pearson15/04/1990
With Club based at Inchnadamph. Terrible weather.iansmblank
Erik B15/11/2017
GavinTheobald 204/09/2017
andrew brown30/08/2016