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Name:Leum Uilleim
Hill number:327
Height:906.4m / 2974ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Lochy
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 33074 64132
Summit feature:large cairn on pile of stones
Col:410m  NN352668  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 385W
Observations:rock 20m W of cairn at NN 33053 64129 is 15cm higher but higher ground may well exist under cairn
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 289 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Andrew, Gavin, Jane, Kate, KenNHWC17/12/2019
From Corrour Station, up along tracks following Sron an Lagain Ghaibh to summit of Leum Uilleim, across to Beinn a’ Bhric, descending NE along ridge by track back to Corrour. With JAS.kdbennett07/09/2019
4 top round from corrour station leum uilleim revisit leum uilleim south top, beinn a bhric, meall a bhainne, great winters day light winds.robertphillips24/11/2018
Loch Ossian youth hostel - Corrour station - Leum Uilleim - Beinn a' Bhric - An Diollaid - Corrour stationdavidpettit8425/10/2018
27 degrees, hardly a breath of wind and thousands of cleggs. The summit was insect free so we sunbathed there for a couple of hours while we waited for the train. Archie’s 4th last Corbett.Alan27/06/2018
Did after Beinn a' Bhric & Leum Uilleim South Topduchally30/05/2018
From Staoineag bothy via Beinn na Cloiche and Leum Uilleim to Corrour station.twg2727/03/2018
An excellent hill for a last Corbett party. 17 people travelled into Corrour to climb the Corbett and celebrate with me. The day after a friend finished his last Munro on Ben na Lap with the same 17 people in tow.JulieB25/06/2017
With Steve, Steven, Rod, RobertOik09/06/2017
Parked car at Corrour station and ascended track on An Diollaird to Beinn a'Bhric before moving on to Leum Uilleim. Descended over Sron an Lagain Ghairbh and a drink at the station cafe.SS09/06/2017
Overnight sleeper from Euston. Staying at Corrour signal box for 3 days. Brilliant hill in glorious weather with stunning views. All 3 tops. Easy walkingtrimarc209/05/2017
Overnight backpack. Parked at N end of Loch Eigheach, walk to Ranoch station and short train journey to Corrour. Anti-clockwise circuit of Leum Uilleim: Beinn a'Bhric, Leum Uilleim, Leum Uilleim South Top (fantastic views of snow capped mpoutnains), then return to Corrour and past Loch Ossian Youth Hostel to climb path heading E. Camped at beallach just before Peter's Rock. Lengthy traverse in falling snow to beallach between the two Munros, then traverse to col and ascent of Beinn Pharlagain - Meall na Meoig and along ridge to Beinn Pharlagain South Top. Descent along ridge and joining track back to car.RobertP15/04/2017
4 of 4: From Beinn a Bhric.ChrisR25/08/2016
By train to Corrour with Brian R. Fresh snow and clear sunny views. Up from south top which is better!Play2End09/04/2016
Martin's final Marilyn. A superb day.jenx19/03/2016
From Corrour again to celebrate Martin Richardson's Marilyn completion. Superb weather. Cast of dozens.RHW19/03/2016
Martin R's final Marilyn. Party at summit and a few tops around about. Great day, form station at Corrour. Train up from Roybridge.nordicstar19/03/2016
Pleasant stroll up to accompany Martin Richardson on his final Marilyn. Gorgeous sunshine and great views. Good cake and whisky on the summit :-) Nice to share the hill with so many other Marilyn baggers. Well done Martin.assynt_bob19/03/2016
What were all those people doing there?Martin R19/03/2016
Beautifully warm and sunny day celebrating Martin Richardson's Marilyn compleasion (sic).Jhimmy19/03/2016
Revisit - Corrour station circular with the 5th Marilyn completion party (1st on the mainland).Smudge19/03/2016
Corrour station circular with the 5th Marilyn completion party for Martin Richardson, Leum Uilleim South Top, Leum Uilleim and finally Beinn a'Bhric in super spring weather.Dugswell219/03/2016
Climbed on Martin Richardson's Marilyn completion.Lionel Bidwell19/03/2016
By Rannoch and Corrour to Martin R's final Marilyn.Topographer5719/03/2016
Lots of people helping me celebrate my #572tim74719/03/2016
For Martin R's final Marilyn. With Rona. And Mark Loy. From Corrour (more or less directly). Descended to Loch Chiarain bothy, with Eddie D and then back to Corrour.Minto19/03/2016
Second ascent of this hill on the occasion of Martin R's Marilyn completion.NormanW19/03/2016
Clockwise circuit of Leum Uilleim from Corrour station. With Gavin.MorecambeMonkey14/03/2016
From Loch Ossian YH with Lynn and the kids. Anticlockwise circuit. Great viewpoint to Glen Coe, Mamores, Grey Corries etc.nix_snilloc15/08/2015
A clockwise round of 1 Corbett, 2 Corbett tops, 2 Grahams (including Creag Ghuarach) and 1 Graham top from Loch Chiarain bothy finishing with the Leum Uilleim group of three. A very wet and somewhat windy day. On returning to bothy found both sets of stepping stones completely submerged so had a knee deep wet finish Just after finishing there was a rainbow striking the ground just before the river below the bothy - but no pot of gold! Quite a hard day in the conditions. Walked out the following day after more rain overnight. Could not cross stream on the Blackwater path or the higher path and had to follow it another kilometre above this to get a crossing. Any attempt lower down and I would have finished up in the reservoir!dickscroop05/06/2015
Second ascent on 19/03/2016 during Martin's Marilyn completion.NormanW18/07/2014
With AP, after collecting him from Kingussie, took train from Spean Bridge to Corrour, easy but remote!douglas_easton05/08/2013
With Kenny Summers via train Tulloch to CorrourSpudGunn20/07/2013
Got the sleeper train from crianlarich at 7.45 in the morining. Alighted at Corrour. London people amazed. Beautiful weather but cold east wind. Great visibility from summits. Overnight stay in bothy at loch chiarrain. No midges (too cold).gercal5302/06/2012
Done with Tony via Beinn a'Bhric ridgechriswatson23/04/2012
With Chris from Corrour station via Beinn a'Bhriccitygent23/04/2012
Train to Corrour £5.80p 2012 up Beinn a' Bhric ridge, contour to bealach down NE ridge. Good hill.rogreeves07/04/2012
beinn na lap and leum uilleim from corrour station.robertphillips20/12/2011
Walk number 2 of the day(!) on pre-CUHWC Corrour trip. With Mark and Phil. Visited the summit and both Corbett tops. Weather good, but windy.AGWilliamson05/09/2011
Wet week in Corrour with Andrew and Phil from CUHWC. One of the better walks - the Leum Uilleim horseshoe on the first afternoon, with both Corbett Tops.Mark Jackson05/09/2011
Backpack trip around Rannoch with Jenx - climbing both Corbetts and Grahamsnordicstar06/08/2011
Circuit from Corrour Stationrjf3521/07/2011
Route 51 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit23/04/2011
RIB Uisdean2517/04/2011
Self, Peter and Bonnie, from trainInvicta1421/05/2010