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Name:Beinn Udlamain
Hill number:383
Height:1010.2m / 3314ft
RHB Section:05A: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry
County/UA:Highland (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,P500)
Grid ref:NN 57947 73966
Summit feature:ground on W edge of large windshelter
Drop:555m
Col:455m  NN630759  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) OL50 393
Observations:ground 130m N is 0.5m lower, boulder 5m SW is lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Ascent of Gael-charn from Balsporran Cottage via track to the south of Allt Beul an Sporain. On to A’Mharconaich. Along ridge, following fence line, to Beinn Udlamain. Descent to head waters of Allt Coire Dhomhain and ascent of Sgairneach Mhor. Descent via Coire Creagach and Dalnaspidal Forest to track in valley, and return to car along A9.raymooremanx15/06/2019
Solo, cloud+Chris Blake01/06/2019
JWUisdean2519/04/2019
61st Munrolojzi86062116/02/2019
With Neilsons n deepanrowan01/01/2019
3 Munro circuit from lay-by 79Geoff Briggs21/12/2018
With Alex, light snow cover, sunny day.gettingonabit28/10/2018
Drumochter 4 roundquadbarrel18/10/2018
B&A. With Sgairneach Mhor, A' Mharconaich, & Geal-charn.Morning11/08/2018
On TGO ChallengeColin Crawford16/05/2018
with Markgrimjimm27/10/2017
I climbed four Munros on the west side of the Pass of Drumochter today; Gael-charn (917m)- A’Mharconaich (975m)- Beinn Udlamain (1011m) & Sgairneach Mhor (991m). Accessed from Balsporran B&B on the A9 and cycle back along the A9 from Dumochter Summit- 7hours 20 mins all told.chillyman808/07/2017
GMC May June 2017 2nd day. Me Geoff runningjps66630/05/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac05/08/2016
Sgairneach Mhor, Beinn Udlamain and A'Mharconaich from A9 laybykdbennett28/06/2016
From the col with Geal Charn ascended the snow to the misty summit. Dug snow out of the summit shelter to get out of the wind.mindlessflogger31/03/2016
Start at Balsporran Cottages, Geal Charn, A' Mharconaich, Beinn Udlamain & Sgairneach Mhor then back along A9 to Balsporran Cottages. With Huwel Jonesgandrew03/09/2015
with GuyHuwel03/09/2015
19 - Round of 4 from the Balsporran cottages.huwthomas08/08/2015
All 4 munros and the sow of atholl from balsporran cottages.isabelle17/06/2015
Dromochter 4 in the morning, Beinn a'Ghlo 3 in the afternoon. Day 49 of 59 for all Munros.PGCE18/04/2015
Sunny, late winter's round of the western Drumochter 4.AJones13/03/2015
Circuit of 4 Drumochter Munros - started in poor visibility but cleared - very cold wind - but free of snow There is a straight-forward rail crossing at Balsporran Cottages - not sure how you are meant to cross the railway 'legally' at the pass itselfwychwood01/11/2014
From Balsporran, up Geal-charn, A' Mharconaich, Beinn Udlamain and Sgairneach MhorGallovidian26/07/2014
with Davidamelialloyd12/01/2014
From Sgairneach Mhor (Coire Dhomhain skyline) neil hutton18/10/2013
With James, incredible hot weekend apart from this morning, very misty, which burned off in half an hour. Easy peasy hills.tallblond21/07/2013
From summit of Gael-charn, dropped down to coire path before working up the contours to beginning of ridge. Head in the clouds so no views.Columba18/07/2013
From Balsporran Cottages a round of Geal Charn, A'Mharconaich, Beinn Udlamain and Sgairneach Mhor.rhalstead26/06/2013
Solo round, parking opposite Coire Dhomhain, of Sow of Atholl then the Drumochter 4 Munros and walking back to car. Started in low cloud/ mist but cleared by Sgairneach Mhor with bright sun/ light wind the whole way. 6 1/2 hours.alexmaclennan09/06/2013
Up from Balsporran Cottages to Geal Charn, A' Mharconaich, Beinn Udlamain, Sgairneach Mhor. Walk back along tarmac on cyclepath beside A9.tsharp09/06/2013
with Dinny & Beardyemma702711/05/2013
A beautiful snowy ascent. Climbed 4 months pregnant with A'Mharconaich and Sgairneach Mhor.Claire02/02/2013
With tim from sgairneach mhorLoz_mck27/10/2012
On a wet day with the other three West Drumochter Munros. Udlamain is the highest and has an impressive cairn.milngavie_kenny09/09/2012
KeithByTheC10/08/2012
See log for Sgairneach Mhor.Norman Reid05/08/2012
From the top of A'Mharconaich it was an easy path to follow down and then up to the summit of this Munro. Once agin, great views over the Loch and beyond (particularly of Ben Alder)AAMcAdam09/06/2012
Daytrip with RonBronagh05/06/2012
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=19070basscadet03/03/2012
DebsMountain Goat26/02/2012
Hyperopic26/10/2011
Followed the fence posts over easy grassy slopes and straight to the large cairn on the flat ridge toptorkm12/06/2011
3rd of 4. Can't go wrong here, easy path to follow and short 'steep' section before reaching massive cairn. 50 mins from Mharconich, 3hr5 overall.bowzi02/05/2011
From Balsporran cottages. Long circular route bagging 4 Munros. Simple mountain, just follow fence posts for descent.Jhimmy02/05/2011
MC JCMartin6602/05/2011
round of geal charn, a mharconiach, beinn udlamain, sgairneach mhor, and the sow of atholl from balsporran cottages cycled back to car from layby.robertphillips29/04/2011
done with sgairneach mhor, geal-charn and a mharconaichbuggerlugs07/11/2010
Combined with Sgairneach Mhor - it's straightforward to link the other two hills to the north or to shorten this route.Roblex24/06/2010
The Drumochter four, from A'Mharconaich carried on to here. With Ian Caroline Tony Rob and Lucy Dog. Amazing views to Loch Ericht from this top.nickywood126/05/2010