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Name:Beinn Bhuidhe
Hill number:1319
Height:413m / 1355ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 59018 39946
Summit feature:tiny cairn
Col:99m  NM596376  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 47 48
(1:25k) 374E 375E 375W
Observations:4 summits to NNE and large cairn 400m WNW all lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 81 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Pennygown, parking and a welcome sign. Up the track to cottage, then to the deer fence at wood, up fairly easy grassy ground to summit, trig visited on route. Onto Beinn na Duatharach.N.Morters13/03/2020
From Tomsleibhe Bothy - a boggy thrash.Chris Peart05/11/2019
Short cycle up to Killbeg then NE ridge. Some rather wet ground, but easy enough.Topographer5719/09/2019
From new campsite near Glen Forsa. Great viewpoint. Worth going to other summits as well.daviemore16/05/2019
Walk on hills W side of Glen Forsa. Walked along glen, climbed Beinn na Duatharach then returned N over tops.RobertP03/05/2019
Good parking 100m up Glen Forsa estate road. Up from Killbeg cottage in very clear conditions with CM and AS.bolton24/08/2018
Parking just up track leading to Kiillbeg then up. With PM & AS.CJM24/08/2018
Having cycled up Glen Forsa for Beinn na Dutharach, climbed this one on the way back from 605405. Steeply up to the trig first on Beinn nan Lus then along to the Marilyn as the weather deteriorated.NormanW14/07/2018
From entrance to Glen Forsa.Winterfloodian27/05/2018
Storm force winds were forecast for the afternoon, so we set off at first light for a swift tick. Parking available just down the lane at 596427. Walked SE down track past cattle until beyond the fences and then walked up to the grassy top. Nice views but wind meant we couldn't linger.mindlessflogger20/12/2016
Marti s star point by the bridge then up through the bracken all ok.jenx23/08/2016
Parked main road, track to Killbeg and up to summit.AndrewFinnimore13/10/2013
Wet and fourth TuMP today with Jim Bloomer.Dugswell209/05/2013
With Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave01/05/2012
Left bike at bridge over small stream at NM606403 and followed stream uphill much of the way. Inauspicious top with a small cairn but, as ever on Mull, great view. Hail and sun. My final Mull Marilyn, and feel a tad sad. BTW Dunaros hospital is great.Martin R24/04/2012
Alan, Otis, Dagnis and DagmaraGlenford29/04/2011
MC JCMartin6629/12/2009
From B8305 at KnockAlan Moore24/02/2009
Parked at entrance to Glen Forsa. Brisk walk to Killbeg cottage. Faint track over grass to a deer fence gate. Steady progress uphill to top of first rise, then on easier gradient bypassing more small crags to top of Beinn nan Lus column 9718 at 10.30. Cairn on a nearby prominence was not highest point either, down and up to domey top at 11.05.arranc21/08/2007
From the Tomsleibhe bothy track on the way out.Eddie17/04/2005
pleasant summit, fine view, tough tussocky approaches; useful forest break 571403; NB Gruline Ho - walkers not welcome. clockwise from Gruline via E shore of Loch Ba: 2M + 1sM RHW28/03/2002
Glen Forsa routeBLACKHILL29/04/2001
Tom Mundell24/04/2019
Trekking toes24/04/2019
Simon Winton20/01/2019
Andrew Simmons17/04/2017
Bill Honeywell03/04/2016
Johnny Corbett27/06/2014