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Name:Beinn na Sreine
Hill number:1313
Height:521m / 1709ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 45644 30396
Summit feature:rock in base of cairn
Col:145m  NM464318  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 48
(1:25k) 373 375W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 74 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the high point of the B8035.Chris Peart08/11/2019
After Coire Bheinn. From 469317. An easy enough walk which is reasonable underfoot for most of the way. One hour 40 minutes return. Solo.bolton22/09/2019
From the high point of the B road, after Coirc Bheinn.NormanW08/08/2019
With Dave Roeder. From col (12:35), up grass and stony slopes to summit. Weather dry, cloud over tops. Car 14:35.dbb04/05/2019
Traverse from Burg to B8035Colin Crawford07/05/2018
2/3 From road to east (as previous). Quick up and down, great views in sunny weather.N.Morters21/04/2018
MC O DC DS IS JM. From the highpoint in the road. Ascent trending leftwards. In a very wet week, managed to get up and down dry. Just! Earlier snow had melted. Good views seaward. Large herd of deer.Martin6603/01/2018
With J, Martin66, Shaky, Smithy & the Big O. During a wet New Year week on Mull, started from an extended passing place (leaving enough room for cars) at the highest point of the road. Across very wet ground to start & then following lots of different obvious sheep/deer tracks trending SW. Fairly easy going up the final slope to the top where there was a decent seaward view even if the cloud was closing in.NotReallyABagger03/01/2018
Pretty easy going from the high point on the road. Interesting cliffs and scenery.jenx25/08/2016
Climbed along with Coirc Bheinn from the high point on the road, where parking is rather restricted. Good visibility meant it was easy finding a way up and down through the terraces of basalt rock. Might be more tricky in misty conditions.JohnW19/04/2016
Started near a big waterfall nm468317.easy going . Wit Jontallblond04/06/2015
An enjoyable ascent over interesting topography from the NE.AndrewFinnimore11/10/2013
With Clare, Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave14/09/2013
Wet with summit in cloud plus second TuMP with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell210/05/2013
A easy ascent from the north east starting at the road pass. Half way up the mist came down and the rain set in to deliver my second soaking in three days. I know Mull is not famous for the clemency of its weather but I had come to expect better in the spring.Topographer5705/05/2013
Limited parking at NM45449 32970. Across the stream and followed cliffs with sea eagles wheeling overhead, then over the summit of B na h-Iolaire to main summit. Easy walking. Dropped straight down to roadbridge at NM468318 enroute to hill 1312.Martin R14/04/2012
From the B8035 - Glen SeilisteirBLACKHILL26/04/2011
From Balmeanach on the way to seeing the fossil tree at Rubha na h-UamhaAlan Moore31/10/2008
parked in Glen Sellisdeir by roadside. 500' asl - a good start. Across a stream at a road bridge and over wet ground to get to foot of hill. Uphill steadily on deer paths where found to first line of crags. Another steady plod to a second, to find a green ramp uphill onto sloping final top. Around to left onto large area of loose stones - like an unfinished Irish road repair - with no grass anywhere. To top at 10.50. 6' well built shepherds' cairn. Calm. Iona, Staffa, Barra, Clisham, Treshnish Islands, Tiree, Col, Gometra, Ulva, C Bheinn, B More, and Buie. cloud over Jura.arranc08/09/2006
Forest edge then re-entrant in crags, over false summit to stone man.Eddie09/07/2005
From Balmeanach Farm. First we walked to Mc Kinnon's Cave, talking about the legend of its resident spectral hound. While inside we disturbed a cormorant which flew out noisily and gave us quite a scare. We retraced a short way then got up a slope to take us above cliffs, then W to Caistel Sloc nam Ban, by a burnside, over Fionna Mham and delighted on the interesting little summits and the fact that the pools shown on the map were rockpools not bog. After the Marilyn top, our way down was N then turned E at the cliff of Creag a' Ghaill. Our final walk on this Mull visit had been one of a quite different character from anything else we had done. A patchy cloud base at 2000-2400 ft gave us a bright day but lacking distant hill views. With Pete.pwheeler08/06/2002
Tom Mundell26/04/2019
Trekking toes26/04/2019
Simon Winton19/01/2019
Andrew Simmons29/07/2018
Steve Q18/05/2017
Tony S12/04/2015
Tony Rogers17/07/2014
Dee Rogers17/07/2014
Johnny Corbett27/06/2014
tom smith11/10/2013
Gavin Theobald08/08/2011
Alan Whatley08/05/2011