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Name:Beinn Ceannabeinne
Hill number:3336
Height:383m / 1257ft
Parent (Ma):1144  Meall Meadhonach
Section:16B: Durness to Loch Shin
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:NC 42289 64645
Summit feature:trig point
Col:243m  NC422631  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 9
(1:25k) 446 447N
Comments:New Submarilyn reported in August 2005
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Cycled up the track on the east side to high point W of summit. More or less straight up between crags. A sheep in a wolf's clothing.Eddie20/08/2016
From NC420666 with 1144Jim.Fothergill23/05/2016
From the cleared can of beans villageMartin R17/05/2016
Along track from 421 669chrisbien02/06/2010
nice compact rock grass summit, fine coast view, AlpBear a few m E of trig. Subs list duly topped up. NE ridge, dryish, limited parking nr FBM RHW27/06/2006
This is a great short walk when you want to dodge up a hill in between winter storms, when the days are very short. Nice views and surprisingly likely to have good snow conditions, despite the low altitude.Gill01/01/2000
JEB, FJB, ERB Uisdean2515/08/1996
Campbell Singer08/05/2014
Colin Crawford21/11/2013
Alan Whatley07/04/2012