|Name:||Beinn Bhan South Top|
|Height:||763m / 2503ft|
|Parent (Ma):||987 Beinn Bhan|
|RHB Section:||13B: Applecross to Achnasheen|
|Class:||Simm, Corbett Top|
|Grid ref:||NG 81355 43922|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 24|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 77 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|For Theresa's Corbett Compleation walk with 9 others, a cracking day on an amazing mountain.||Chris Mac||16/11/2019|
|On way down from BB.||ngthack||14/04/2016|
|Brilliant year end w Jenx. From road at 100m cut up to SW ridge and over tops, inc diversion to A'Chioch, to cold icy summit. Watery sun playing through clouds. Back same way with fierce hail/snowstorms||nordicstar||31/12/2012|
|Circuit via Coire nan Arr||rjf35||02/08/2006|
|On way back to Couldoran from main summit.||Aye Jimmy||30/05/2005|
|Solo. Russel Burn Br to Beinn Bhan, Sgurr a'Ghaorachain spots 776m & 792m with return down SE buttress from (800415). Overcast with intermittent hill fog.||Vin||27/05/2001|
|Round of Coire Each top and main summit from Loch an Loin.||Eddie||18/01/2001|
|With two friends. We parked beside the bridge where the Applecross road crosses the Russel Burn. We walked NE to join the ridge coming down from Beinn Bhàn. We ascended this ridge easily, going over a couple of minor tops with impressive views of A’ Chioch. We reached the summit of Beinn Bhàn where we had lunch. We went SW over a minor top and found a stalkers’ path going down to Bealach nan Arr. We followed the path which continued beyond the bealach under Carn Dearg. We left the path to go S to reach point 776m, and over two minor tops to reach the summit of Sgùrr a’ Chaorachain. We descended the steep slopes to the SE. They were easier than expected with small rocky steps, where difficulties could be easily got round. The weather held good all day in spite of the forecast not being all that promising.||pwbellarby||08/11/1997|
|from B Bhan. Nice ridge walk to top a very long way off.||arranc||17/07/1996|
|On way to main top||hillsman||21/06/1996|
|SAL, ID, Brian||Uisdean25||21/07/1985|