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Name:Sgurr Alasdair
Hill number:1239
Height:992m / 3255ft
RHB Section:17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Island:Skye
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, SIB,
Murdo, Yeaman, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,SIB,Mur,Y,T100,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NG 45005 20771
Summit feature:rock
Drop:992m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 32
(1:25k) 411
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:Summit surveyed as 992.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 568 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Tyke25/08/2019
Part of a half round of Corie Lagan.atreides788729/05/2019
drmp08/04/2019
From Sgurr Dubh Mor, visibility <20m, unenjoyable climbing on slushy rock. On to Sgurr Thearlaich.Wycombe Wanderer26/03/2019
With Lawrie, Lindsay, Janet + Jim.clashcityrocker18/07/2018
drmp18/07/2018
mcbiydw209/07/2018
weaselmaster11/06/2018
Sick Kid11/06/2018
otis.laws04/06/2018
Skye trip with OtisGlenford04/06/2018
With Jonathan, guided by Paddy.Chris Blake04/06/2018
Mudskipper31/05/2018
briansv650s28/05/2018
kitp22/05/2018
Craig6719/05/2018
daveyf200115/05/2018
From Sgurr Sgumain with Malcolm Airey.Dangerous Dave14/05/2018
kitmacleod01/01/2018
squrr dubh an da bheinn, squrr dubh mor, squrr sgumain, sgurr alasdair, squrr thearlaich, solo from glen brittle, up coir a ghrunnda down stone shoot.robertphillips22/07/2017
From Glenbrittle camp site, via The Great Stone ShuteCrib Goch10/07/2017
suprisefish10/07/2017
drmp09/07/2017
JackMoss9825/06/2017
not such great weather. but a great hill.gettingonabit21/06/2017
drmp20/06/2017
andye14/06/2017
hill walker04/06/2017
Kendall02/06/2017
Scott Morley 8626/05/2017
Paul and Terri16/05/2017
Jim B07/05/2017
LadyinAyeVan04/04/2017
drmp22/10/2016
danielarn29/08/2016
marsdavs16/06/2016
russell6112/06/2016
LadyinAyeVan11/06/2016
GMC May Bank Holiday Week 30th May 2016 Tara & Chris Russell jps66630/05/2016
borderline28/05/2016
Gallovidian27/05/2016
roddycun26/05/2016
Greg Cadman25/05/2016
An ideal day sunny cool air walking up from Glen Brittle campsite after a luxury coffee. The steady walk to the base of the great stone shoot an old volcanic crater, populated by a range of bivouac stone walls created by a bivouac building workshop it would seem. The stone shoot delivered what it promised a moving hillside on the way up and the way down. The summit was airy with tremendous views all round. Three young climbers were tripping across the sloping slabs above the void an all sides.. With tremendous effort we descended the GSS slipping, sliding and grinding or way down the GSS and on back to the Glen floor.david.walker4015/05/2016
iaindbrown15/05/2016
alda15/05/2016
From Glen Brittle campsite with Jamie. Sgurr nan Eag then Sgurr Dubh Mor before finishing with scramble on to Sgurr Alasdair. Returned to Glen Brittle via Great Stone Shute.knarf06/05/2016
easers13/02/2016
via great stone chutens7907/11/2015
bertbarnett12313/10/2015