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Name:Beinn Suidhe
Hill number:270
Height:676m / 2218ft
Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Doubles, Etive
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NN 21174 40043
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:280m
Col:396m  NN194374  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 113 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Very wet solo round of Suidhe, Chuirn and Tairbh from Victoria Bridge.amswanston29/07/2017
My second attempt at this one, but everything worked OK as the river crossings were easy.IanHHill20/05/2017
M J O. From VB. Very still sunny day. Easy to the top and descent via the obvious fire break in the forestry. Plenty of gates but just enough room for O to squeeze through ...Martin6602/10/2016
A round of the 2 Grahams and the Marilyn between. Clockwise from the Inn. Took 7 hours. All quite easy. Came back by the forest track which is good. Worst bit was beside the river on the way down to the forest.jenx10/09/2016
After Meall Tairbh and Beinn a'Chuirn. Easy drop to col then gradual ascending line, past interesting 7ft wooden cross to ridge. Undulating and pleasant rocky top. Dropped direct to burn in East and crossed before gorge, descended with some difficulty near stream to forest gate and used first the good path then good road to return to Inveroran. Good long day, made trickier by sodden ground.nordicstar10/09/2016
From Vic Bridge through forest, turned out to be easier than the return via the river and fishing hut. Hot, sunny, calm and breathtaking views.iangalbraith17/08/2016
selfdavidsbatty30/09/2014
As a side trip on walk out to Victoria Bridge from camping at head of Glen Kinglass, even shorter, easier walk from track than I had expected.dickscroop31/03/2014
round of meall tairbh, beinn a chuirn, and beinn suidhe in deep snow from victoria bidge.robertphillips23/03/2014
It's a long way from Victoria Bridge. Should I really be considering going on to a'Chuirn? Oh, go on then. It was a lovely sunny day.Martin R12/03/2014
From Forest Lodge along river side track until base of hill then cut up and across around the SE face which ends in a very steep ascent to the top. Stopped here (although two more marilyn's planned) in terms of bagging due to sweltering heat and quickly diminishing water supply. Back down the same way.Columba08/07/2013
Round of Beinn Suidhe, Beinn a Chuirn and Meall Tairbh from Victoria Bridge car park on a hot sunny afternoon and evening. 6 gruelling hours.alexmaclennan08/07/2013
BoS Hillwalking Club outing. Companion Jim Bull. Left the car park south of Victoria Bridge at 10.10am. Took the route up through the forests past the monument to the Gaelic poet Duncan Ban MacIntyre (1724-1812). Returned by 4.25pm. Pint in the Inveroran dscargill04/09/2011
ran with nicola and johntom smith26/02/2011
small cairnmaknipe17/08/2007
solo Uisdean2531/03/2007
From Victoria Bridge. Good track by river and WDP into forest. Into small plantation over a deer fence stile and small suspension bridge over the river across white tussock to first tump. Steeply up to ridge and flatter trek to a grassy rake to left of first line of crags. More dodging crags to top at 13.10. To Chuirn.arranc02/04/2006
Cycle & Climb with Alan, John & Mikebarnz4805/12/2004
Rhannadonmeister01/06/2002
Ascended in cloudy, damp conditions.JohnW14/05/2002
fine hill, via steep grassy gully 217410. 271418 Victoria Br car pk, 4 Grahams anticlock + Starav far S top RHW14/10/2000
Camping at Victoria bridge with F. Along the Abhainn Shira track and up Coire Fearna, down over NE ridge.agentmancuso24/09/2000
Victoria Bridge round: Beinn nan Aighenan, Beinn nan Lus, Meall Garbh and Beinn Suidhe.Eddie30/03/1996
alda07/07/2017
JulieB29/04/2017
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weaselmaster27/12/2016
Sick Kid27/12/2016
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NormanW03/12/2015
Crumblie219/09/2015
Campbell Singer09/06/2015
GavinTheobald 230/05/2015
AndyS30/04/2015
rogreeves05/04/2015
fortyniner19/03/2015
weaselmaster20/09/2014
Robert Paterson11/09/2014
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chrispine20/08/2013
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