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Name:Beinn na h-Eaglaise
Hill number:718
Height:805m / 2641ft
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beag (Glenelg), Hourn, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NG 85437 11996
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:201m
Col:604m  NG850121  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413S
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 219 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by the Heritage Centre at Corran. Along good path to 430m at top of Coire Chorsalain. Up Bein Clachach, back down to 415m, up Beinn nan Caorach. Then round below Druim nam Bo to 550m below NE ridge Beinn na h-Eaglaise and up. Back down to Corran via Beinn Bhuidhe. Good going throughout, 10.5 miles. Magnificent views. With Phil and, in sections, Dave.CJM21/05/2019
With CM and David Tyson from Beinn na Caorach in steady rain. Remarkably cleared at the summit for great views. Descended SE to Beinn Bhuidhe avoiding the worst of the craggy outcrops. Steep back to the bridge at 861098. Just over 10 miles for the marilyn and 2 corbetts and under 7 hours.bolton21/05/2019
From Corran. Beinn nan Caorach first for a pleasant 12km round.jonglew07/05/2019
Alan, Chris, Gavin, TorilNHWC06/04/2019
with Ruth 7 hours both Corbetts much mist with some glimpesDunlawyering20/07/2018
Round of both Corbetts from Corran. Steep descent from this one.benalder28418/11/2017
ghaley28/09/2017
TGOiansm12/05/2017
Round of Eaglaise, Caorach and Clachach from Corran. Ascent from Glen Arnisdale via Beinn Bhuidhe, steep but mostly comfortable.Topographer5724/05/2016
From Druim nan Bo and down Beinn Bhuidhe. Solo.Dangerous Dave21/09/2015
Beautiful autumn day with hazy viewsoatcake14/09/2014
MMC Ratagan weekend. Ascent of Beinn Sgrithheall with John Berry. I carried on to do the 2 corbetts. Misty and a bit of rain/ sleet. 7 hour round.alexmaclennan11/05/2013
corbett bagging beinn nan caorach and beinn na h eaglaise from arnisdale.robertphillips19/07/2012
With Beinn Nan Caorach. Very steep ascent with fantastic views across Loch Hourn. Dry with sunny spells. 6hr 30 mins. Stopped for a pint in Glen Elg. Sat outside in evening sun watch Skye ferry.gercal5314/07/2012
Arnisdale - Beinn nan Caorach - Beinn na h-Eaglaise - Beinn Sgritheall - NW Top - Arnisdale. With Ruthdavidpettit8407/06/2012
Fresh snow everywhere. From over Caorach. Great views.Martin R19/01/2012
With Beinn Sgritheall, the Top and the other Corbett. Did not descend directly to Bealach Arnisdail as the SMC Corbetts book warns it is bad in mist (which we had!). When it DID clear, we realised it would probably have been fine. With DW, SL and PM.AGWilliamson22/09/2011
From CorranBLACKHILL12/06/2011
Horrible conditions was going to do Beinn Sgrith but owing to high winds and rain decided to do this little corbett instead. Glad I did. Company: Soloiandesbottes22/05/2011
Alone. NUFWAS Easter trip, others went sea kayaking.Grinner28/04/2011
selfdavidsbatty24/11/2010
From Glen Beag / Balvraid, hacked up following pylon line, up Caorach SE ridge, then Eaglaise b4 repeat of Sgritheall and NE top.nordicstar03/04/2010
4 of 4: From Beinn nan Caorach.ChrisR10/09/2009
CK SheilaS05/04/2009
5stod196210/06/2008
With JW & CR after compleating (Beinn Sgritheall)John Lee07/07/2007
MC JC. With Beinn na Caorach. Camped at Shiel Bridge the night before. Up at 5am , Arnisdale looking stunning in early morning light. Beinn na Caorach climbed first - hard slog. Spent an hour lazing at the top. Great little ridge round to Beinn na h-Eaglaise. Sun now disappeared and sudden temp drop. Lovely narrow ridge from the summit. Descent to Bealach Arnisdale V. Steep! Huge herds of deer!Martin6611/06/2005
Continued round from Beinn nan Caorach, steep pull up from col, but Beinn Sgitheall dominates the scene. On the top, met an Irishman who was completing his last Corbett, last Munro, last Munro Top and last Graham (Beinn a'Chapuill) all on the same day!! Who says the Irish aren't organised?!Aye Jimmy02/06/2004
Galltywenallt25/04/2003
Descended from Beinn Sgritheall west to the bealach before scrambling up a narrow gully to the summit. yorkie17/06/2001
With Iain Wallace, SMMC meet Knoydart.clashcityrocker14/06/2001
Good from Glen BeagGill01/01/2000
CLimbed as a pair with Beinn Sgritheall many moons ago.gman09/09/1999
Solo trip; with Beinn nan CaorachInvicta1417/06/1997
from Caorach. Downhill on broad ridge to a large open grassy area. Ptarmigan put on great show on sight of dog who didn't bother 0 too hot and wise for such capers. To foot of Druim on contour to avoid dropping too much and 700' up on final grassy ridge to top. 14.05. No view - heat haze.arranc20/07/1996
done with Beinn SgritheallIanHHill26/05/1996
Alone in conjunction with Beinn nan CaorachSpudGunn23/06/1995
Gordon Pryde Alistairdonmeister02/04/1992
Beinn na h-Eaglaise and Beinn nan Caorach, first Corbetts after finishing the Munros RHW23/10/1990
Ascended from Gleann Beag and the north ridge.JohnW10/04/1990
2 Corbett circuit with Phil R after camping by sea on a 3 day w/e from sheffield. Then into Suardalan bothy.Chris Pearson12/11/1989
Unwittingly first Corbett. Up from Balvraid descend over Beinn Bhuide to Arnisdale. (So, Beinn nan Caorach next door is the final in 2001 in combined Corbett - Graham completion).Eddie25/08/1986
from Suardalain, solo, during a Highland trip. Via Beinns a Chapuill and Sgritheall. Returned via Beinn nan Caorach. No one around at all on a summer Saturday. Great weather, good hard round.niallp12/07/1986
JEB Uisdean2503/11/1984
MorecambeMonkey13/07/2019
AlanD23/06/2019
Rockdoctor06/05/2019
briansv650s05/05/2019
Steve Q22/04/2019
GavinTheobald 206/04/2019