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Name:Ben Buie
Hill number:1305
Height:717m / 2352ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 60419 27068
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:203m  NM614302  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 375E
Observations:note that N top is only 3m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 145 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the bridge - 615255. Headed up the path NE up Abhainn a Chaiginn Mhoir and at the highest point went directly west to the summit. Steep and hard work in hot conditions. Solo. Returned the same way as I decided Creach Beinn was too much in the conditions.bolton21/09/2019
With Dave Roeder. Followed route in SMC Graham book, parking at bridge; path to step in glen, then up slopes to Creach Bheinn (16:00). Back down to glen at watershed (17:00). Up broad ridge (some fine gabbro slabs) to N summit and thence to Ben Buie top (19:00). Down S to path leading R through cliff line then steep slopes to road by phone box. Car 20:05. Warm sunny day, good views.dbb01/05/2019
Round of Creach-Beinn and Ben Buie, with tops, from N. Started with drizzle, rained more heavily as day progressed. Cloud fairly low, some interesting route finding.RobertP30/04/2019
From north starting at top of road pass.Topographer5712/04/2019
Simon Winton30/05/2018
With Mark, Malky & Des, plus Creach Beinn. Clag above 400m. Rounsfell14/04/2018
1 of 3: From Lochbuie stone circle CP.ChrisR17/10/2017
Tom Mundell07/05/2017
Trekking toes07/05/2017
Dave McG07/05/2017
Erik B07/05/2017
Bus out and back from Craignure.Up via Cnap nan Gabhar to Beinn Buie, doubled back top first top and ridge down to south end of loch before the slog back up to Creach Beinn. Path back to road was poorer than I had hoped. Good tops rather spoilt by cloud.dickscroop13/04/2017
Ben Buie and Creach Beinn from Lochbuie by the route described in Dempster's Graham guidebook.davidpettit8402/01/2017
Sick Kid14/05/2016
Started at Lochbuie then climbed up Ben Buie, Cnap nan Gobhar, Beinn Fhada and finally Creach-Beinn for Jim Fothergill's 1500th Marilyn with Alex Cameron.Dugswell229/05/2015
Changeable weather on a fine round with Douglas and Jim.Alex C29/05/2015
With Jenx from A road highpoint. Easy grass slopes first, then over craggy tops. Neat Graham top snow blew in and became a blizzard. Compass problems due to the rocks made for an interesting descent in 4 inches of snow!nordicstar27/04/2015
Tony S09/04/2015
Tony Rogers22/07/2014
Dee Rogers22/07/2014
with Peter Willimottdavidsbatty23/06/2014
From NM 615 255 via Gleann a Chaiginn Mhoir and the excellent rock slabs of the E ridge - returning more directly and v steeply to Lochbuie.summitsup13/09/2013