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Name:Beinn fo Thuath
Hill number:4964
Height:179m / 587ft
Parent (Ma):1603  Sron Romul
RHB Section:24B: Harris and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Maritime area:Scarp to Gallan Head
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NA 98174 14209
Summit feature:cairn
Col:66m  NA979148  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 13
(1:25k) 456
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 56 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Got dropped off at the beach near Cearstaigh with Andy, Jill, Bill & Dave by Angus from the Kilda Cruises vessel Hirta and made our way over to this top via the main summit. Tragically managed to lose my mobile phone out of my buttoned shirt pocket somewhere in the pathless climb north of Sron Romul :-( No chance finding it as we had to head over here and then down to the slipway to be picked up.signyred21/09/2019
Following main island summit. Care descending to pier as there is a cleft gully just before reaching the grass.N.Morters26/05/2019
Sea Harris trip organized by Gill, Pabbay, Taransay and Scarp. From Sron Romul.CJM26/05/2019
Sea Harris trip arranged by Gill. Pabbay, Taransay & Scarp. Some rain, some mist & some views - excellent day out with other baggers.ger26/05/2019
From Sron Romul while heading back to the pier on the east side of the island. Party of 9 organised by Gill.bolton26/05/2019
After Sron Romul on way back to boat on Trip sailed by Seamus from Sea Harris and Organised by Merv Jack.Thearlaichdubh30/05/2018
RIB from Huisinis with Bob, Sarah, Rick, Jen and Carole. Taransay frist then Scarp. Dropped off N end of island. Over Sron Romul first.jonglew06/05/2016
Linear walk across island North to South with the Marilyn.nordicstar06/05/2016
Continued over from top and down to jetty. Beautiful views over to mainland.jenx06/05/2016
With a Seaharris/Alan Holmes group - went directly up from the slipway in foul weather.Chris Peart22/09/2014
Closest to being drowned on land, no views.iangalbraith22/09/2014
Did the Hump 1st & had it to myself.Smudge25/09/2013
On the way back to the boat.tim74725/09/2013
A repeat visit to the island - first time for this hump in great weather, considering.Martin R19/09/2013
Stupendous views to be had eastwards to the mountains and hills of North Harris and Loch Reasort.Alex C19/09/2013
Drop off by Seamus and John of Sea Harris. Wet and windy on this rugged little hill with Jim Bloomer, Mat Webster and Michael Earnshaw.Dugswell207/06/2011
5 minute crossing to Scarp. Over a fence and uphill. to Sron Romul.arranc31/05/2006
Dave McG21/09/2019
andrew brown21/09/2019
Tom Mundell14/07/2019
Trekking toes14/07/2019
carole engel06/05/2016
Alan Whatley15/06/2014
Rob Pen y Garn12/06/2014
Tony S25/09/2013
Campbell Singer29/04/2012
David Purchase02/06/2010
Colin Crawford13/06/2009