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Name:Sgurr Innse
Hill number:329
Height:809m / 2654ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 29027 74814
Summit feature:rock 8m E of cairn
Col:593m  NN284752  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Survey:Abney level
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Cruach Innse & Sgurr Innse from Corriechoille. It's possible to drive pretty much up to The Lairig forest line, saving a good hour or so slog up the track. Took just over 4hrs to do both Corbetts and return to the car on what was a gloriously sunny frosty day.summitter10/11/2019
Enjoyed the descent from Cruach Innse on the narrow path between rocks. Ascent up the steep grassy rake on the left was interesting and not too tricky, but slightly overshot on the descent into a rocky area but easily got back on track.Owen B12/10/2019
More complicated climb as in rocky but a path keeps you right. Careful coming down as there is several ways down. Took me 6.5 hrs but than i am a bit slow just nowtallblond11/08/2018
A lovely winters day walk with B. Barlow and G. Walkingshaw. Great views.Play2End11/11/2017
A great walk with Shaky & Smithy during the best day of a mostly wet week in Fort Bill. Parked at the bridge on the minor road in Glen Spean at 248811 & then walked up the road, past Corriechoille, through the lower pastures past sheep & some docile cattle, saying hello to the Wee Minister next to the forestry track & then out of the trees & over the bridge near the exit of the tree plantation. Flogged our way up the steep NW slopes to the summit & then picked up the now quite distinct path leading down the crags to the col with Sgurr Innse. Followed the rake leading R to L up the Sgurr & on to the summit. The further L you go, the easier it is. Back down to the col by the same route cutting across to the track & then 6km back to the car. In hindsight, it would be better to do the hills in reverse & then come down the Cruach by the route of ascent here to avoid that steep grassy slog.NotReallyABagger12/09/2017
Round of Sgurr Innse, Cruach Innse and Cnap Cruinn from Coirecoille. Cycled up as far as the Wee Minister statue at about 250m elevation. Some steep sections higher up.Topographer5708/08/2017
With Mora, from Corriechoillie.BLACKHILL16/07/2017
An excellent walk, enlivened by snow and fierce, brutally windy hail showers. I reversed the usual route, being averse to slogging up steep grass but being very interested in steep rocky routes. Thus, I started with Sgurr Innse. Easy climb to the bealach, then there’s a clear path upwards, quite exciting with a little bit of snow on the ground. Stunning views, stunning hill. I got down to the bealach before the next storm blew in, and sat it out sheltered under a peat hag (cosy). There’s a clear path up the steep bit of Cruach Innse, and the walk across the plateau is very pleasant – except when you’re stepping up the pace to try and beat the next storm. Which I didn’t. I guess many women would pay a small fortune for the exfoliation treatment I got from this somewhat boisterous hail storm. Once I got to the steep descent, it was all sunlight and lovely views again.Gill15/04/2017
On way back from DMC new year trip at Kinlocheil with Richard - not bad weather, mostly clear but bitterly cold in wind. Didn't stay long at top!amcculloch02/01/2017
37th – With Allan. From minor road to north, access from Spean Bridge. Completed as a pair (1st). Strong winds, occasional gusting on top, frozen turf and some ice above 500m, a little light snowfall, cloud above summits.RGibbs02/01/2017
A round of five tops from the small but cosy Lairig Leacach bothy with good company and a warm fire on the second night. North along valley until opposite an easier line up Cruach Innse dropped down east without problem to take in Beinn Clunaig and Cnap Cruinn before heading back towards Sgurr Innse. Had walked almost right round this by now without seeing an easy line so just tackled the SE side by what looked like the easiest line which worked out OK. Then easily up Stob Coire Easain West top and back to the bothy. A very good day.dickscroop22/10/2016
Via Cruach (nice descent path and pleasant slabby bealach. Great views to route up Sgurr. Followed some footprints too (from previous day?). Again misty and a little snowfall a top. East descent to Lairig track.niallp31/03/2016
the walk was achieved to the summit with climber Andy Brown,climber David Doherty,and Liz Perks..Snowy conditions with slight exposure towards the top..lovely climb.Hazel Webb16/02/2015
Solo. Met Dave Geere at the summit cairn. We walked down together, talking non-stop about our mutual obsession with hill bagging!Dangerous Dave13/09/2014
Did after Cruach Innseduchally27/08/2014
From Corriechoille. Followed track until just after bridge then cut up the hillside to summit of Cruach Innse.Descended to bealach then up through the crags to Sgurr Innse,a hill of some character. Returned to bealach then cut an angled descent to rejoin the track. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/08/2014
Two days after Jhimmy Traill. Now there's a coincidence.Martin R14/05/2014
Decided to bag this pair of Corbetts as weather forecast looked bleak...It turned out wrong and was nice walking conditions. Long walk in. Fairly rocky in nature.Jhimmy12/05/2014
round of cruach innse,squrr innse, and cnap cruinn from corriechoille.robertphillips26/10/2012
MMC walk with Noellealexmaclennan25/03/2012
Followed route in SMC Corbett guidebook, traversing from Cruach Innse. Tricky route-finding in swirling cloud, snow and spindrift, particularly on descent back to the bealach.davidpettit8430/12/2011
Route 65 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit22/05/2011
with MichelleJamesSDonald01/02/2011
Circuit from Coirechoillerjf3520/07/2010
Clair HutchinsMunroist393501/04/2010
With Jenx and Paul/Cherie - good hard winter - from Corriechollie, direct up the Cruach and then Sgurr before return on tracknordicstar29/12/2008
With JD JV & KJJohn Lee17/02/2008
2 of 2: From Cruach Innse.ChrisR18/10/2007
Good views all roundsignyred12/02/2007
With Keith Taylor in conjunction with Cruach InnseSpudGunn25/04/2004
MC JC. With Cruach Inse - see description.Martin6629/02/2004
Descended Stob Coire Easain by it's NW ridge then approached the summit from the south across the interviening boggy ground. yorkie26/10/2000
JEB Uisdean2531/07/2000
The other half of a pair of nice hills.gman09/09/1999
One of two Corbetts done from Grey Corries carpark on a short day.Aye Jimmy02/11/1997
with Denis Richmonddavidsbatty06/02/1997
from C Innse. Stroll over quartzite ridges to edge of precipice. Striking to the right found a way down on heather runnels to col and an easier line to foot of mossy large scale scree run. A path became apparent at the top of this easing round to left and top. 13.00.arranc26/07/1996
Parked at 255786, up and down Stob Ban from bothy, then on to Sgurr Innse and Cruach InnseGallovidian05/04/1996
Snow underfoot, sunny, good views.iangalbraith14/05/1995
Corbett bagging: Leum Uilleim, Glas Bheinn, Sgurr Innse and Cruach Innse RHW29/04/1994
With Gordon Briggs. Staying at Lairig Leacach bothythenomad24/03/1994
Self and Taffy; with Cruach InnseInvicta1426/06/1993
The Grey Corries, Cruach Innse to Aonach Mor, from Coirrechoille.Eddie06/05/1993
Solo west then east Loch Treig Munros Plus 2 Corbetts then joined Mun & Dad for dinner at their guest house. Excellent day.Chris Pearson27/05/1992
The last clear dry day before a long wet spell. Ascended after crossing Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin and Stob Coire Easain in clear, snowy conditions.JohnW24/03/1991
Cairngorm Club weekend meet at Loch Ossian Youth Hostel. With fellow club members. After climbing Cruach Innse. Slightly tricky on traverse between peaks.pwbellarby07/05/1990