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Name:Beinn Eolaigearraidh Mhor [Ben Eoligarry] [Beinn Eolaigearraidh]
Hill number:4983
Height:105m / 344ft
Parent (Ma):1631  Beinn Chliad [Ben Cleit] [Ben Cliad]
RHB Section:24D: Barra to Barra Head
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Island:Barra
Maritime area:Barra & Sound of Barra (South)
Watershed:Long Island
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m)
(Hu,Tu,1)
Grid ref:NF 70104 07289
Summit feature:cairn on rock
Drop:102m
Col:3m  NF693059  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 31
(1:25k) 452N
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 54 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Traverse from new TuMP Dun Sgurribhal and back down to dunes.Thearlaichdubh08/08/2018
From the cemetery.Chris Peart08/08/2018
Repeatchalky195308/08/2018
Up primrose- studded grass to gneiss slabs with cairn and larks singing. More wonderful views of the Skye ridge, Harris opening up and tropical beaches.With Colin and R.Denise 29/04/2018
Second visit, with Denise and Richard, to whom thanks for the lift. Lovely eveningColin Crawford29/04/2018
Totally chucking it down at the top, but still glad at least to get this chance to do a few hills on probably the worst weather day of all August.Alex C16/08/2017
Short walk up from cemetery car park.jonglew07/07/2014
After the Fuiay boat trip, took on the northern Hump. Parking next to cemetry then up the left side and over fence. Meadow flowers were lovely.nordicstar07/07/2014
From the cemetery. Curious shells and sand windblown or human carriage?Martin R05/05/2014
Parked at the cemetery then up passed many primroses to the summit cairn on one of many rocky outcrops with Martin Richardson.Dugswell205/05/2014
Eoligarry to Airport. Windy day with passing showers.Smudge05/05/2014
Eoligarry walk with Jan, never seen so many primroses before!tim74704/05/2014
Walk up from parking at the jetty. This was a waymarked circular walk available to download from the Barra Tourist website - a good walk visiting the neighbouring dun before Ben Eoligarry. some of the waymark posts were missing, but the route finding presented no problems. I have never seen so many primroses!CreakingHiker04/05/2014
from NE, up side of kirk, gates, pasture RHW16/07/2012
JEB, RIB Uisdean2506/07/2012
petey09/05/2011
Repeatchalky195311/06/2002
mae30/08/2018
peterstanding18/07/2018
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Tom Mundell21/05/2018
Trekking toes21/05/2018
Andrew Simmons19/05/2018
beckybags07/05/2018
RichardM29/04/2018
Lindsay M22/04/2018
Janet M22/04/2018
Adrian16/08/2017
carole engel14/08/2017
thelonious10/08/2017
A W Bryan13/05/2017
bjewing21/04/2015
Tony Rogers10/07/2014
assynt_bob07/07/2014
Tricky07/07/2014
jenx07/07/2014
Jim.Fothergill06/05/2014
tallblond05/05/2014
AndyS05/05/2014
iaindbrown05/05/2014
Alan Whatley18/06/2012
nicolajane13/08/2010
richtea504030/06/2010
Martin6602/05/2010
arcman10012/12/2009
jimbloomer01/07/2009
m0untain_n0mad16/05/2009
Colin Crawford08/09/2008
chalky195310/06/2002
vegibagger30/07/2001