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Name:A' Bhuidheanach Bheag
Hill number:390
Height:936m / 3071ft
Parent (Ma):389  Carn na Caim
RHB Section:05B: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry
County/UA:Highland (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Spey, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Watershed:Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head, Firth of Tay
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 66061 77585
Summit feature:no feature: ground 11m WSW of trig point
Col:827m  NN 6599 7898  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) OL51W 394W
Observations:ground 600m WSW at NN 65509 77440 is 0.62m lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Leica RX1250
Survey of A'Bhuidheanach Bheag.pdf
Comments:summit height measured to be 936.0m and col height measured to be 827.0m
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An ambitious start to combine this with its next door neighbour. Setting off from lay by 88 buffeted by speeding traffic we ascended the Land Rover track which rapidly became snow covered and a steady breeze helped us up the hill whilst cooling us s as well. Reaching the plateau the packed snow and drifting cloudy made views patchy.. The long trudge across the snowy undulations using sight and compass in this featureless landscape a surreal experience. A line of iron fence posts led us directly to the trig point. Icy winds and drifting spindrift were a major feature. All clothing was donned to keep us at operating temperature. The return walk was exhausting the day was advancing and so we decided to leave the plateau with one summit and head for the car and the surprising Scottish victory over the French at rugby.david.walker4008/03/2020
Glas Mheall Beag, Glas Mheall Mor, Am Meadar & A' Bhuidheanach Bheag from Dalnaspidal.duchally19/01/2020
Andrew, Chris, Gabby, Gerry, Jane, WillieNHWC14/12/2019
ALHEJ Wilkins21/10/2019
With Steve W. from Dalnaspidal. Warm and sunny.Play2End14/07/2019
Rob Rees29/06/2019
Isbjorn 3rd Round06/06/2019
25th May 2019 GMC Aviemore trip. Also did Carn na Caim Carn na Caim South Top & Glas Mheall Mor jps66601/06/2019
66th Munrolojzi86062120/04/2019
Climbed Carn na Caim and A'Bhuidheanach Bheag from the A9. Pretty slow going in soft, deep snow. Complete whiteout - thank goodness for the fence posts!Geoff Briggs06/02/2019
With Lionel, Geraldine. Perfect day, sun, lots of snow.Chris Blake02/02/2019
From layby 87 on A9, up track to A'Bhuidheanach, continuing to A'Bhuidheanach Bheag, then on to Glas Meall Mor, returning to A'Bhuidheanach Bheag, along ridge to Carn na Caim South Top and Carn na Caim, descending down same track to A9. With JS.kdbennett23/09/2018
Solo from Loch an DunUisdean2511/08/2018
Sick Kid14/01/2018
Parked in layby 87 for an early start on a superb November day: snow enough to walk dryshod over the summit plateau bogs, good visibility and frequent sun. Made the most of it with a long, rangy circuit: Carn na Caim South Top, CnC, A'Bhuideanach, A'B Bheag, Glas Meall Mor, Meall Uaine, Meall a'Chaorainn. Back down the track as darkness fell, somehow managing to stay upright on the ice patches, having left the spikes in the car to save weight. A'BB was my 141st Munro: half way there, but the difficult half awaits...Nick Down119/11/2017
After Carn na Cairn. Went to all three lumps on the level ridge just in case trig point is judged not to be the highest point at some future date - I don't want to return. Form layby 87. Clear sunny day.mindlessflogger04/05/2017
Club Walkiansm216/04/2017
Climbed with Carn na Caimchillyman807/04/2017
with Dave Marshall and G&J SurveysGalltywenallt27/03/2017
Robert Paterson25/03/2017
carn na caim south top, a bhuideanach bheag, glas mheall mor and glas mheal beag from lay by 88 descended off glas mheall beag ridge to pick up bike to cycle back to the car.robertphillips21/09/2016
TD & CThis Dog21/08/2016