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Name:Binnein Shuas
Hill number:375
Height:747.2m / 2451ft
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 46301 82669
Summit feature:cairn on vegetated outcrop
Col:355.8m  NN 4576 8095  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34 42
(1:25k) OL50 OL55 393 401
Observations:outcrop 50m NNE at NN 46325 82714 is c 1m lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 206 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the layby on A86 West of the bridge over the river Laggan. With Paul & Helen.MorecambeMonkey25/05/2019
From parking area on A86 SW of Loch Laggan, bike to S end of northermost body of Lochan na h-Earba, then on foot over Shios and Shuas. Recorded route and write-up at:
walk up to the lochan na Earba then up to Ardverkie slab and assented the gully to summit, good viewsNozzer29/03/2018
Followed the track round to Ardverikie Wall and ascended the wide gully to its left which led on to the summit. Cracking views today.BigJ29/03/2018
G and A with John Hepburnarthurwhittaker12/08/2017
From the dam by Loch Laggan. Up easy grassy slopes to the complex geology of the summit area, then onto Binnein Shios. Superb hills with far reaching views of the many surrounding Munros. With Dave Laidlaw.Peterb05/07/2017
Solo, quick up and down, in deep fresh snow.amswanston24/02/2017
LionelChris Blake23/10/2016
Beautiful spring day. A great pair of hills, especially Shuas which we did second. Enjoyed the interesting ascent from the bealach, made more fun with snow in the gullies.jenx16/03/2016
In combination with the Shuas. From Lubilea along the loch to below the col between the hills then steadily up Shios. Back to col then superb scramble up the Shuas through old snow. Good quick line back down to track and out.nordicstar16/03/2016
round of 2 grahams from luiblearobertphillips28/09/2013
This hill and its twin had enticed me for years and were well worth the visit.IanHHill19/07/2013
From Meall Luidh Mor via Luiblea. Strong south west wind, heavy prolonged shower on descent but clouds mostly above summits.Topographer5704/07/2013
Parked in ample parking lay-by on A86 where bridge crosses Loch Laggan western outflow. Used a bike to access the bridge that crosses Lochan na h'Earba western outflow, hid bikes near here. Walked to the base of Ardverikie Wall rock climb, climbed it in 6 pitches and ambled to the summit where I played amateur radio for 1 hour, whilst climbing partner sorted gear. First climb for me this year. Weather 5 celcius, hazy, no wind, pitch 5 wet. So, mountain biking, hill walking, rock climbing and amateur radio summits on the air all in one day.sotabagger05/03/2013
MC DBMartin6621/10/2012
1 of 2: From A86 layby near Moy.ChrisR27/09/2012
Solo. From parking area near bridge over River Spean. Up Binnein Shuas from SW. On approach to summit area scrambled up a number of minor tops to the left of the route to the main summit. Went NW to reach another line of minor bumps, whicj I ascended. Found a steep way down with steep crags on by right on the way to Binnein Shios.pwbellarby18/08/2012
Drove over from Corrour with Tony and Tallblond. Quick up and down.chriswatson25/04/2012
chris & tony watson, rainy and windy on top, quite a nice grassy hill until you get to the top, many crags that look like the top.tallblond25/04/2012
With Chris from Luibleacitygent25/04/2012
Binnein Shuas (NN 463826) S/F NN432830. Cool with gusty wind blowing in heavy showers from West. Cloud base 3000' mostly overcast.John Young01/08/2011
With Mora, from LuibleaBLACKHILL04/06/2010
From Luiblea by Lochan na H-Earba to Binnein Shios, then back over Binnein ShuasGallovidian07/08/2009
Climbed on the way to a stay at Spean Bridge.Man of Kernow111/07/2009
With Joe after climbing Ardverickie Wall. Estimated Date.John Lee15/05/2007
Can be tricky finding the right gully off to the NEsignyred11/02/2007
With Roy after climbing Ardverikie Wall.JimA16/09/2006
With Phil Lee after climbing the classic rock climb on the south east side.mindlessflogger01/06/2004
Parked on access to Luiblea on A86. Over river on bridge on access road to foot of hill. Uphill over lush green moor grass to rocky outcrops and grass runs to top at 11.10. Rain. to Shios.arranc22/06/2003
SMMC Kincraig meet, with Charlie Prowse via Ardverikie Wall.clashcityrocker24/04/2002
Ascended from Luiblea in good weather on rest day during Scottish Orienteering week.JohnW08/08/2001
Jack Alasdair Joyce & Fraser Bruntondonmeister03/01/2001
Binnein Shuas and Binnein Shios from midge invested Lochan Earba wild camp.Eddie18/08/2000
Climbed the classic route Ardveerkie Wall with Billy Strachan.thenomad13/11/1999
Climbed the slabby Classic Rock big long Severe of Ardverikie Wall in between showers. Spaced gear. Then to summitChris Pearson16/08/1999
excellent rocky hill, gully to NE @ 470830 possibly the only descent that side. A86 Luiblea Br 433830, return by tk E bk L Laggan RHW29/12/1998
Solo tripInvicta1423/06/1998
A long walk through varied, attractive woodland by Loch Laggan. We decided we'd like to do a hill so walked to the NE side of Lochan na h-earba and went up this fascinating one with its unusual pegmatite rock. Fascinating- a day of showers and rainbows, looked chaotic further W. With Pete.pwheeler23/05/1996
With Robin on a dreish day.thenomad26/02/1995
via Ardverikie WallTamCollie07/05/1985
Approximate date.Been up a few times after Ardverikie Wall.ARM01/07/1984
PM Uisdean2513/05/1984
Am Bodach20/06/2020
GavinTheobald 325/01/2020