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Name:Beinn Shleibhe
Hill number:7119
Height:93m / 305ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Maritime area:Sound of Harris & Loch Maddy
Watershed:Long Island
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB, Subhump
Grid ref:NF 92853 83270
Summit feature:no feature: ground 2m SSE of trig point
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 18
(1:25k) 454E
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 54 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With David S - from SW.ger03/10/2019
From near the end of the road to the south west. Misty so shame there was no view. With B and R.jenx18/09/2019
Climbed from farmsteads to South East. Quick walk before ferry to Harris nice view to Harris then down to take a look at the superb beach to west. Nice bird life toonickywood114/06/2019
From near Sandhill Farm up the s/p Berneray circular path.NormanW03/05/2019
Debs and Talisker, Berneray circuitMountain Goat25/09/2018
Parked on the Macchair for the night near the hostel. Spotted the cemetery and the hill so walked up there in the morning after breakfast. Breezy and sunny. There is a pathBuck06/07/2018
Breezy and overcast, great views. With CT.Trotticus26/06/2018
From Brusda. Too many fences. Waymarked path would be betterThearlaichdubh27/05/2018
Followed the signposted route from the coast road. Marvellous views from the summit, and seals aplenty on the rocks in the village bay a couple of miles back along the road.Nick Down120/07/2017
Nipped up from Brusda, lots of fences, gates etc.jonglew21/05/2017
Pleasant stroll. The crab sandwiches at Tir nan Og at 936 826 are recommended as a post walk indulgence.SteveG21/05/2017
From the beach car park (free).Play2End07/04/2017
FP from South East to top. Hills to North on Harris in the clouds, but clearing. With A.PeterD20/07/2016
From the minor road end to the SE. Nice grassy waymarked path all the way.Crib Goch15/05/2016
Up waymarked route and back over Beinn Ghainche to the YH. Repeated from western beach on waymarked path on 21st being wimping out on anything higher in the stormy weather.Eddie18/02/2016
From Loch Bhrusda. Views from Hirta to Assynt.jimbloomer29/09/2014
Climbed from the beach to the north with my Dad. The weather was superb. Views very extensive with the Cuillin of Skye and Rhum clearly visible in the distance. The Minch was like a mill pond. Summit marked by trig point and a few nearby rocky outcrops. Nice easy walkisabelle09/05/2013
Climbed from Loch Bhrusda. Easy climb lots of stiles. Amazing views of Harris, Pabby etc and great wildlife.robbosem23/05/2012
Easy off-road parking at NF933824. Short but pleasant walk, excellent views across the Sound of Harris from the summit.David Purchase07/06/2010
Tom Mundell19/07/2019
Trekking toes19/07/2019
Alan Whatley11/05/2019
carole engel08/08/2018
Fife Walking01/07/2018
Guy Heelis23/05/2015
Ultima Thule18/03/2015
Alex C22/09/2013
Colin Crawford08/09/2007
Campbell Singer27/07/2004