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Name:Beinn Udlaidh
Hill number:265
Height:840m / 2756ft
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y,P500)
Grid ref:NN 28065 33126
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:522m
Col:318m  NN329330  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377E
Observations:large cairn at NN 28034 33259 is not the summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 324 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Grimpeur123426/03/2020
Sleety conditions, poor visibility, helpful track from Glen Orchy Farm.summitter26/01/2020
Pommyjon09/12/2019
Sick Kid29/11/2019
weaselmaster29/11/2019
Nice pull up to the top rewarded with great views. Headed back to the car parked on the A82 down the Coire Chailein.Fellhugger19/11/2019
Am Bodach19/11/2019
Tyndrum - Beinn Bheag - Beinn Bhreac-liath - Beinn Udlaidh - Arinabea - Tyndrum.Mark Jackson17/08/2019
Robinho0805/05/2019
from glen orchy farm with Jonathanjwbellarby30/03/2019
jef18/02/2019
alda04/01/2019
dickiewren03/01/2019
bertbarnett12318/11/2018
Jaxter04/11/2018
Done with Smithy from Glen Orchy in late afternoon. About 100m SSW of the entrance to Invergaunan just next to a bridge is a forestry gate with a wide opening & plenty of room to park unobtrusively. A track/path unmarked on the map then winds through the forest, popping out next to the river for a while. Beyond the forest the track continues, overgrown in places through a gate in the deer fencing. About 1km short of the bealach, the track drops to a final deer fence gate. Headed up SW on heather, spaghnum moss & bilberry: tough going. Used ladder over fence, turned crags to R & then over easier ground for a superlative summit view. Dropped to the col & then fairly easily over to Beinn Bhreac-liath. Returned to col & followed deer fence steeply down to first gate & track back to start.NotReallyABagger10/08/2018
bogdodger04/08/2018
Circuit taking in Beinn Udlaidh and Beinn Bhreac-liath from end of track just W of Invergaunan on B8074. Recorded route (not that I'd recommend it!) and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.com/2018/04/beinn-udlaidh-and-beinn-bhreac-liath.htmlGayle28/04/2018
From Glen Orchy Farm, up the Land Rover track. It would have been better to begin through the farmyard. We cut across the field and were chased by two pigs (they're much faster than you might expect).Pete R28/04/2018
Tough going in thick cloud.iansm14/04/2018
BlackPanther08/04/2018
A Peckish24/02/2018
Climbed with Richard on DMC XMAS meet at Bridge of Orchy. Clear day but very cold (around -6)amcculloch09/12/2017
73rd With Allan. From Invergaunan in Glen Orchy. Follow path along Allt Ghamhnain, take line SW up hillside around crags, gain main ridge and continue to summit. Head E and descend to col and ascend NE to second summit. Return along long ridge NNW to complete a circuit. V cold (frighteningly so), dry with broken cloud above tops. Snow lying down to ground level, several inches higher up and soft.RGibbs09/12/2017
CDMC Bridge of Orchy meet.clashcityrocker03/12/2017
briansv650s04/11/2017
SteveSmith16/05/2017
Circuit from Invergaunanrjf3518/04/2017
Blair28204/12/2016
Simon Winton09/11/2016
Clockwise route from Glen Orchy. On own.MorecambeMonkey01/11/2016
The one that got away...I forgot to log this, so I must have reached the MarHoF some days before I thought I had.Gill06/08/2016
steven morrice29/05/2016
From Invergaunan. Fairly easy going. Made sure I bagged the small cairn, not the large one! A bit hazy and breezy but nice and cool. No problem following track through forest to car parking area.Jhimmy07/05/2016
dalerodgers18/03/2016
GWR Chris15/02/2016
Kevin2903527/10/2015
weaselmaster25/10/2015
Sick Kid25/10/2015
Carried on to Beinn Bhreac-Liathduchally30/07/2015
MichaelF20/06/2015
A round including Beinn Bhreac-Liath from the north. Short day before heading south, pity about the cloud, lost some time finding correct line over bealach between the two peaks.dickscroop16/06/2015
m0untain_n0mad16/06/2015
BrianJ25/05/2015
hornet21/05/2015
Colin Crawford10/05/2015
The Rodmiester01/05/2015
With OLOL Hiking clubmunromurph20/04/2015
Robert Paterson19/02/2015
Toril19/02/2015