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Name:Beinn Airein
Hill number:4807
Height:138m / 453ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:17D: Canna, Rhum and Eigg
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Maritime area:Ardnamurchan to Sound of Sleat
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 40323 79129
Summit feature:grassy mound 12m E of trig point
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 39
(1:25k) 390W 397
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
From camp by Fang Mor - fine summit.Chris Peart04/05/2019
Same as Chris, then on to the west topColin Crawford04/05/2019
Delightful high point of Muck surrounded by cliffs and steep pasture. Third of four. Great views.Campbell Singer02/05/2018
Out and back from the road end. Nice.Eddie23/03/2018
The beauty of a boat trip is that you can start away from the pier where all the Calmac trippers land and then bag the island's four TUMPs in a linear walk. Second of four bagged just before Jamie The Bull walked passed the trig again.Dugswell209/06/2015
Group charter on Coastal Connection RIB out of Oban. Fine bull at summit!RHW09/06/2015
Obviously the island top and a great place to be. From the west top and onwards to Druim Mor.Martin R09/06/2015
Wet and a little rushedalda05/05/2015
With limited time - just 2 hours after dolphin and whale chasing on the Shearwater, this was a rapid walk from the Slip at Port Mor via Gallanach and back.summitsup11/09/2014
11.00 boat from Arisaig to Eigg, arriving at 13.00. Pushed bike along the road, which was surfaced most of the time. Strong head wind gave an excuse for pushing. Left bike at the far and made way uphill through fields to a faint track indicating previous visitors. A path materialised going up through an imposing line of crags and to column 9757 at 13.55. Superb views of Rum, Eigg and Canna. Fantastic day.arranc09/05/2012
*date approx* With brother on a week long tour of the small isles after trudging out the Great Glen Way. Easy hill but memorable hill, views in all directions were staggering.Columba30/05/2011
Fantastic views of Rum and Eigg at summit. Started from Camus Mor.Skerryvore13/04/2008
Warning .... don't camp behind the big rock on the beach at the north of the island. Day trippers use it as a changing area for wild swimming!moorsman19/08/2004
fine summit & view. coast walk from pier RHW01/05/2003
Fife Walking16/09/2019
Guy Heelis21/05/2019
A Peckish14/05/2013
Alan Whatley11/05/2013
Gavin Theobald31/08/2012
Colin Crawford24/06/2012
3 kinnears11/08/2003
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