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Name:Mam Hael [Beinn Bhreac]
Hill number:216
Height:726m / 2382ft
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Creran, Etive
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NN 00865 40883
Summit feature:rock 15m E of cairn on rock
Drop:161m
Col:565m  NN018414  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 376 377W
Observations:rock 10cm higher than rock with cairn
Survey:Abney level/KR 2x Hand Level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 124 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Circuit with Beinn Molurgainn from 145m spot on B845 Galltywenallt27/04/2018
Good round of Beinn Bhreac (both tops)on wet ground lower down then decent snow then a very good crossing and climb up good snow to Beinn Molurgainn,steep hard snow a pleasant change after recent days. Then what seemed like a very long walk back with not much to recommend it but better visibility may have made a difference.dickscroop20/02/2018
Circuit from Glen Salach, also taking in Beinn Molurgainn. Gorgeous winter sun and snow.Grinner04/02/2018
MMC Barcaldine round. Alex with Rob and Jeremy. Drizzling and low cloud. Thrash through bracken at start and finish. Rest was trackless wet moorland walking. 20K; 1700m; 9hoursalexmaclennan30/07/2017
Via ATV track. Mostly sunny, mild, cool breeze, good views.iangalbraith09/10/2016
From Pt 157, round of Molurgainn and Hael via stream crossing at 998396 465mTopographer5707/05/2016
Did before Creach Bheinn & Beinn Molurgainnduchally09/06/2015
selfdavidsbatty20/04/2015
W Jenx. Long day, up the ridge on a good ATV track from pt 157 on minor road. From Breac to Mam Hael, Molurgainn, Meall Dearg Tumps, Mheadhonach and Phlacaig two.Down to Blarcreen and back up road.nordicstar21/09/2014
estimated datewalk livi30/06/2014
Estimated datePaulineD30/06/2014
Solo. Round of Beinn Bhreac, Beinn Molurgainn, Beinn Mheadhonach, and Na Maoilean. Constant heavy snow from road level made these hills quite an interesting challenge.amswanston13/01/2013
round of creach bheinn, beinn molurgainn, and beinn bhreac from druimavuic.robertphillips30/08/2012
Fourth top of linear walk with Jim Bloomer & Martin Richardson with Cliff collecting us in Martin's van.Dugswell206/06/2012
From B845 north of InveresraganBLACKHILL15/04/2012
Solo Uisdean2503/05/2010
ran with sam (rough date)tom smith10/02/2007
from B Bhreac. A long one hour very convoluted way to get to this top over a mile away across a large bealach. 12.10. to Morlurgainn.arranc07/09/2004
Ascended from high point on B845 over Beinn Bhreac in excellent weather.JohnW14/06/2004
least interesting of a fine bunch, good damp descent. anticlock from bridge 988357, descend to 983362 RHW28/05/1999
Round of Beinn Bhreac both tops, Creach Bheinn, Beinn Molurgainn and Beinn Mheadhonach from Gleann Salach.Eddie28/02/1996
govanah22/05/2018
Fi19/05/2018
scoob19/05/2018
Dave McG12/05/2018
Erik B12/05/2018
Ralph20/04/2018
anne336620/04/2018
borderline04/02/2018
Kevin2903527/12/2017
bertbarnett12319/11/2017
highlandhillwalker10/05/2017
rogreeves14/04/2017
foggieclimber25/11/2016
daviemore08/10/2016
weaselmaster17/09/2016
Sick Kid17/09/2016
hill walker04/09/2016
NormanW09/06/2016
kiltedbiggles16/04/2016
alda11/04/2016
needanewdog04/11/2015
ARM30/07/2015
h3cla04/05/2015
AndyS02/05/2015
Isbjorn20/02/2015
jenx21/09/2014
peterstanding25/05/2014
hils15/05/2014
ancient brit27/04/2014