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Name:Beinn Sgulaird
Hill number:207
Height:937m / 3074ft
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 05307 46079
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:275m  NN088468  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 529 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Debs & Tali, late start, Rocky Tops of Beinn Sgulaird as per Pocket Mountains, Central Highlands.Mountain Goat19/09/2019
With Jennie, Tony. Rain, strong winds on ascent. Dry and clearer on descent.Chris Blake16/09/2019
Left van at 0900 summit at 1325 Cloudy summit Some views from the lower summits but all tops around were shrouded in cloud with Dianne ScorgieLizzieG12/07/2019
Climbed from Elleric, up the ugly landrover track beside Glen Ure. The east ridge of Sgulaird, many ups and downs. 3.5 hours from car park. Stunning views. Rreturned to track for cross country to Beinn Fhionnlaidh.Rob Rees23/06/2019
Ascent of Beinn Sgulaird from Druimavuic. Anticlockwise route, ascending ridge line before descending the west flank of Beinn Sgulaird.welshyboyo08/08/2018
From Druimavuic - ascent and descent via ENE Ridge. Lots snow above 500m. Little shelter from strong E wind - progress difficult in places. Descent and re-ascent over subsidiary summits easy enough in snow, but couldn’t descend to Taraphocain as holding too much snow, so reversed route outwychwood10/03/2018
9 milesTash24/07/2017
With Tash😀, stupidly hot at start at 9am.pigerg24/07/2017
Up the visible-for-miles track from the layby just north of Druimavuic: it's on the 1:25000 but not yet the 1:50000. At the 550m col, we left the track and headed north up the steep slope to the 863m top. Returning, took the path west of 863m towards 488m; hard to say which route is preferable.Pete R22/07/2017
Self. Clear day. Date in Table sbookBookerdddd29/05/2017
Failed ascent via the NE ridge. Was v tired.Bookerdddd27/05/2017
On TGO ChallengeColin Crawford12/05/2017
32nd Munrolojzi86062129/04/2017
From Druimavuic. Cold and clear with high cloud. 6 hours.Roblex18/04/2017
CUHWC Glen Coe trip. Solo walk. Ascent from Glen Creran. Day started off well but weather badly deteriorated by the afternoon.AGWilliamson29/03/2017
Out & back from Druimavuic. Descended in the twilight & then dark after watching the sunset from the lower flanks. With Gavin & Alex.MorecambeMonkey25/03/2017
From Eleric via Stob Gaibhre. Descended via Meall Garbh and Sgulaird South Top to Druimavic.PeakyPete28/08/2016
By SW ridge from Loch Crerankdbennett24/08/2016
good views, a cold wind at the top started to rain on the walk offFCMark08/08/2015
Done at last :-) A bit of a trek for a single hill but far easier than last attempt in the depths of winter.akmilne08/08/2015
From Druimavuic. Great views again.Crib Goch06/07/2015
From Druimavuic a round of Druim a'Vuic, BS ST, Meall Garbh, Beinn Sgulaird and NT.rhalstead05/07/2015
With Ruth good weather. Stressful rush for Mull ferry leaving base at 5.25pm for 6pm ferry. 11am to 5pm for meDunlawyering05/07/2015
Final SiMS of three on long walk from DruimnamhuicButeobuteo08/06/2015
Clear-ish and pleasant day with a breeze moderating, leading to great views. Very enjoyable.Capt Malbec14/03/2015
4 of 6: From Meall Garbh.ChrisR04/08/2014
From Druimnavic with Robert Wight and Ron Dorn. Fantastic sunny calm day with stunning views.alexmaclennan18/04/2014
Up from Glen Creran. Snowy conditions, not icy, no view.Staying in Oban.Play2End01/03/2014
Estimated date - done solo Spring of 2013.Aimless Rambler30/05/2013
A very warm. clear day. Quite a long way along the ridge with plenty of ups and downs. Cutting directly back to the glen proved to be quite a slog. Alex saw what may have been a wildcat as we began the descent.darradog29/05/2013
second ascent of beinn sgulaird, with a first ascent of the 2 south tops, 2 in party, clear for most of the day, then a prolonged snow shower as we start our descent, climbed from druimavuic, pt 488 and up the ridge to pt 863, cut steps in the descent, pt 848, again cut steps down from this top and the final summit ridge in crampons, only taking them off after descending a few hundred metres from the summit.rum doodle 07/02/2013
Climbed this on a thoroughly miserable day, cloud from ground level to the tops. I'm sure it's lovely, but in that weather it was just grim :-)Cap_Thunderbolt08/09/2012
Circular solo walk in unseasonably fine, sunny, dry conditions - virtually no snowbarnz4831/03/2012
with john teven from drumavuic.robertphillips15/12/2011
Guesstimate for dates - went up with ballachuilish ian - slippery & icybasscadet20/11/2011
Solo, cracking day despite forecast! Left Elleric and followed road up Glen Ure for ascent via East ridge. Around 3hr30 to summit. Descended towards Druimavuic and back up road to Elleric. 21km, 1550m, 7hr15.bowzi09/07/2011
From Drumavuicdickscroop27/08/2010
with Tom and William in misty and windy conditions. Put my map down and walked away without it!munromurph01/07/2010
With Dad. Direct S ascent from Glenure... very steep and I wouldn't recommend it.mikejacobs15/03/2010
Climbed with Richard - very poor visibility and high wind on top.amcculloch02/09/2009
178th - Allan - from Glen Creran, cool and overcast with moderate shower. 5th consecutive day without seeing anyonelse on the hills.RGibbs02/09/2009
Climbed with Maggie.Norman and Elspeth walked in with us but left to deal with family matters.Steep climb up into clouds and intermittent heavy rain. No summit view and treacherous descent on steep rocky and slippy terrain.Lots of brown butterflies and frdave neilson04/08/2009
with dave, a horrid experience altogether!mn2304/08/2009
With Val, Beinn Suglaird, 8.7km, 990m, 6.0hrJamesSDonald03/04/2009
Ochil Mountaineers (Alistair, Carol, Chris, Ken, Dave)Danmawr01/03/2009
Track up by Allt Buidhe, then steeply up over Meall Garbh to Creach Bheinn, then north to Beinn SgulairdGallovidian19/02/2009