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Name:Druim na Sgriodain
Hill number:1362
Height:734.6m / 2410ft
RHB Section:18B: Sunart and Ardgour
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 97845 65603
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Col:253m  NM938673  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 391
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 177 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the old phone box in Clovullin. Followed the mast signs around Ardgour House. Headed steeply upwards on indistinct paths and animal tracks to the SE ridge and then easily to the summit. Interesting summit area to walk through and great views up and down the rift valley. Solo.bolton19/10/2019
Parked at Colvullin near the gate to Ardgour House - Along the estate tracks following the signs to Ardgour Mast - from the mast a steep ascent to the trig / summit of Sgurr na h Eanchainne (Ardgour stretches beyond and our fist shower finds us) - We weaved through the rocky landscape to bag the summit of Druim na Sgriodain (now the rain sets in) - we dropped into Coire Dubh following the stream back down to the mast. Sunny again we strolled along avenues of sun dappled beech and elm.briandavies02/05/2019
Staying the weekend at the Corran Bunkhouse,crossed on the ferry as foot passengers then an anti-clockwise horseshoe of this lovely hill. With Paul/Helen/Bod & Val.MorecambeMonkey24/11/2018
Parked opposite old chapel (NN 01070 64222) and ascended via Ardgour House and the mast, finding myself crossing the live Six Days Trials course just beyond. A navigation exercise on top in very poor visibility and gave myself a black eye by thumping myself in the face (with own fist). A memorable outing! Recorded route and write-up at:
Up from Corran via Ardgour House, mast & Mclean's Towel. Then on to Sgurr na Eanchainne. Down to burial ground. Superb dayngthack11/04/2018
From Sallachan, south face and south east ridge. Only a few snow patches left. Ascent around steep crags at the base on the east side (still steep), descent around west side (uneven cattle-grazed soft ground).Topographer5708/04/2018
Too much wind forecast for original plan of East end of Aonach Eagach ride so took the free ferry over Loch linnhe for what turned out to be a fine walk over Sgurr na h-Eanachainne and Druim an Sgriodain. very steep initial ascent through trees (was I on the right line? -don't think so) then some good straightforward snow to first summit followed by bouncing along a pleasant snowy ridge all the way round to the final descent and just caught the 2.00 ferry with less than a minute to spare.dickscroop23/02/2018
Super summit, fabulous winter day. First outing for the crampons in 2018.summitter07/01/2018
Repeat visit. Bit crowded, not sure why. Norman Wares gave us all cake and Talisker though.Martin R17/09/2017
My last Graham. A great bunch of people accompanied me on this walk which made it really memorable. We were fortunate that the weather was kind and the views were fabulous.NormanW17/09/2017
Many thanks to Norman for the hospitality, and picking such a fine hill and day to take us up it.Alex C17/09/2017
repeat climb to help Norman Wares celebrate his final Graham and M1000. With Rob W and Alex C beforehand on Hump Torr an Fhamhair from first ferry, then round to old burial ground and steep up to catch the main group up. Over the trigged top of Sgurr na h-Eanchainne, back same way with traverse around this first summit. Super views with fine fare on main summit, now with rebuilt trig courtesy of Aldanordicstar17/09/2017
Norman's big day. And so well organised and catered for. An excellent outingColin Crawford17/09/2017
Revisit. From E via col to N - Norman Wares' Grahams completion and T2000 on a fine but chilly afternoon. Good company, cake and whisky; for once not having to drive home as here by train and Nordicstar :-)RHW17/09/2017
Great walk with Norman Wares celebration party.andrew brown17/09/2017
With some of the boys from BOAT; took some finding in mist and rain, but Howard's GPS confirmed the position.IanHHill21/05/2017
Solo, round of Coire Dubh from Clovullin.amswanston04/12/2016
Anti-clockwise round from old burial ground.benalder28401/10/2016
Glorious solo walk along north ridge from Sallachan in bright sunshine. snow from snowshoed on a couple of tops.alexmaclennan09/03/2016
With Jenx from the Old burial ground. Circuit of the ridges. A grand tour on a sparkling Autumnal day.nordicstar12/10/2015
Carn Dearg MC meet Onich, with Davie Duncan, Alan Dow, Lindsay Moffat, Janet Sinclair and Ken wright.clashcityrocker04/10/2015
NUFWAS Glen Coe trip. With Jon, Mark & Hannah.Grinner12/09/2015
2 of 2: From Sgurr na h-Eanchainne. Spoke to David Batty earlier as he descended S n E. He told me this was his penultimate Graham.ChrisR25/08/2015
over on the corran ferry, up to masts then on to summit.robertphillips22/09/2014
Circumnavigated the corrie with Lorraine. Beautiful weatheriwith great views along the Great Glen from the trig point and into Ardgour from the summit.raffemeister17/04/2014
Monday after Rick n Jen's final corbettvegibagger14/10/2013
From Corran Ferrynickywood113/05/2013
Clockwise circuit with Jim Bloomer to pick up the tops.Dugswell227/04/2013
Good viewpoint on a cold winter's daysignyred20/02/2013
Ascent from Creagbheitheachain in Glen Scaddle using the steep and wet Sron nan Ime ridge. Descent via the Beinn na Cille trig and easy slopes down to Glen Scaddle. Very warm.fasgadh25/03/2012
Howling gale at my back long walk over level grass and bouilders down to a lochan, over a smaller top and to the Graham for lunch. 13.00. Anorak on for warmth. By deer fence on path possibly partly made by humans. Impossible to go down the way I came up Eachainne, followed fence steeply down to the left under some crags continued to visible horizon across a wide bealach to get view of glen below. Crossed two infant streams onto possible slope between streams through bracken patches to find a grassy run into thin trees at about 500'. Found that I had lost map case Gingerly down until streams in gorges either side met in front. Moved right across a stream on a very perilous route made by deer, up to firmer ground and yet more bracken. Seeing cemetery below, barged through more bracken to find the upward path. 7 hours.arranc05/07/2011
rantom smith11/04/2011
With Mora, from CorranBLACKHILL30/05/2009
Stontian W/EBobf18/05/2009
Solo Uisdean2506/06/2008
From Corran ferry via intermediate Sgurr na h-Eanchainne. Bleak snowy spot on this occasion.Aye Jimmy28/02/2006
With Rhona Fraser and many of her friends. It was Rhona's birthday and it was Rhona’s celebration of completing all the Grahams. We crossed the ferry to Ardgour and walked through the grounds of Ardgour House. We went up Maclean’s Towell (waterfalls) and up Meall Breac to the Graham Druim na Sgriodain. We descended NE in misty conditions that made navigation difficult.pwbellarby22/05/2003
fine hill, tricky final descent to Sallachan, zigzag down wooded ledges. Sallachan: clockwise round of glen gour RHW01/04/1999
Evening bag of Sgurr na h-Eanchainne and Druim na Sgriodain from Sallachan.Eddie26/07/1996
As climbing on the Ben was out, a party from the PCC left cars on the main land and took the ferry over to walk the obvious horseshoe. It was wet, windy and miserable. About half way up Paul, usually a quiet chap, suddenly broke into several minutes of loud and profuse swearing. We asked if he was not enjoying himself and if he wanted to go back, but he continued on with us. A few months latter he got divorced, so it wasn't the walk after all.mindlessflogger10/02/1990
Ascended in hot sunny weather from Corran.JohnW29/07/1982
dave g23/09/2018