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Name:Sgorr Tuath
Hill number:1213
Height:587.5m / 1927ft
Parent (Ma):1211  Beinn an Eoin
RHB Section:16F: Lochinver to Ullapool
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Submarilyn
Grid ref:NC 11037 07479
Summit feature:cairn
Col:438.5m  NC 1050 0718  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 439E
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:drop calculated as 149.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 68 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With: hb; From lochans in Bealach an Eoin, scrambled steeply up to ridge before Sgorr Tuath. Fantastic pinnacle shapes on ridge looking across to Stac Pollaidh. Returned below Cioch Beinn an Eoin back to car.Ian Baines02/06/2018
Fantastic circuit of the Coigach peaks from parking area near Culnacraig in bright sunny conditions, breezy. Speicein nan Garbh-choireachan, Ben More Coigach, Speicein Coinnich, Beinn Tarsuinn, steep descent then climb and traverse to Sgorr Tuath, Beinn an Eoin, Sgurr an Fhidhleir, Beinn nan Caorach North Top (camped overnight), Beinn nan Caorach, Conmheall.RobertP26/05/2018
From Beinn an Eoin. Excellent summit but rough descent. Galltywenallt23/08/2017
After BaE. Superb summit. Scrappy walk out over much rough ground before going over the small bridge at south end of Loch Lurgainn.Campbell Singer16/05/2017
Not a good day Shame, no views.NormanW13/05/2017
with the Marilyn on circuitnordicstar20/08/2016
Out and back from Feur - Loch in the early hours to escape midge-hell at wild camp. Less bad ground high (on ledges) around the corrie.Eddie29/05/2016
With Tim, Kiera (and Josh)Loz_mck23/03/2016
did with Beinn an Eoindavidsbatty05/09/2014
Solo. After BMC, SaF, and BaE. Scramble from bealach.amswanston13/04/2012
from Eoin. Over second top down to corrie loch for lunch. Gently up on grass slopes to top at 15.00. Another superb viewpoint.arranc15/06/2007
See Beinn an Eoin dbb21/06/2005
From pt134 on the yellow road to the westsouthwest and over Sgurr an Fhidhleir and down the gully south of Sgurr an Fhidhleir and up Beinn an Eoin from Lochan Tuath. Went down west to Lochan Dearg and over two ridges to the car.Alan Moore02/06/2002
superb sst-pinnacled hill, great Coigach views. S end L Lurgainn 139068, clockwise RHW28/07/2000
Ascended from Beinn an Eoin. Descended west to Lochan Dearg in order to ascend Beinn nan Caorach.JohnW02/06/1994
Gavin Theobald01/09/2017
Sick Kid18/06/2016
Martin R30/05/2016
Jon F27/06/2013
TONY DEALL19/05/2012
Dave McG06/06/2011
Denise 11/04/2010
hill walker09/02/2010
Pete R21/05/2009
Alan Whatley16/04/2009
hill walker08/06/2008