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Name:Sgurr nan Eugallt
Hill number:744
Height:897.5m / 2945ft
RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 92719 04857
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:286m  NG928029  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413S
Observations:rock 5m W is 5cm lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:Relocated from hill 745 in May 2001
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 200 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Second visit; Barrisdale to Loch Quoich - TGOC 19Colin Crawford12/05/2019
3of6: From old top.ChrisR10/10/2018
Round of Eugallt and Eun from Kinlochhourn. Up road then stalkers path. Summit ridge mist covered but got back under the mist on west ridge to 800m to reveal clear view out west. Magic.Topographer5713/07/2018
Day 1 of two-day backpack from Coireshubh. Sgurr nan Eugallt - Meall nan Eun - Slat Bheinn - Sgurr a' Choire-bheithe - Mam Unndalain - Lochan nam Breacdavidpettit8429/05/2018
Solo. From Coireshùbh (ruined house) up stalkers' path, which was very wet after recent rain, and the NE ridge of Sgùrr nan Eugallt East Top. Continued to the highest summit. Returned same way. Nice dry day with excellent views.pwbellarby18/09/2017
From Corieshubh (good parking 100 yards further west)and stalkers path to trig and then summit. Thick cloud on summit ridge so unfortunately no views.benalder28428/05/2017
Awesome sunny evening. Light 'til 11 left ridge at 10.davechaffey26/05/2017
From Coireshubh, taking stalkers' path to beallach S of Sgurr Dubh and climbing easily to summit of Sgurr Dubh (summit rocks can't be much higher than several other points a little to S). Returned to beallach and climb to Sgurr nan Eugallt, visiting the trig and summit. Continued along ridge running SE to Sgurr a'Chlaidheimh W top and Sgurr a'Chlaidheimh. Return to col to W then descent roughly via NE ridge . Hot sunny day but pleasant breeze.RobertP26/05/2017
From Coireshubh, up excellent stalker's path, via E Top.ngthack18/05/2016
SMMC meet Invergarryclashcityrocker17/04/2014
squrr nan eugalt and meall nan eun from coireshubh ruins on a sunny day.robertphillips19/07/2013
GT, trig, Corbett, CT, HuMP - litle circuit from Coireshubh; fine sunny morning. Trig revisit.RHW05/05/2012
Solo tripInvicta1413/07/2011
From road near Kinloch HournBLACKHILL01/06/2011
and 16/06/2012chrispine18/07/2010
(cont fr Meall nan Eun) Highest pt is near W end of summit ridge. Cont to high trig pillar (previously visited) at other end (19:00) and down ridge and path to car (approx 20:00). Weather overcast but dry with long views till got wet in last 30 min dbb10/07/2010
Staying at Invergarry Castle Hotel. Interesting rocky peak, quite easy from road.douglas_easton27/06/2010
MC JC. Climbed on a windy and showery day from Coireshubh via a fine stalker's path. Hill running with water and stags roaring in Coire Shubh. No views on top although the mist cleared on the way down with fine rainbows.Martin6611/10/2009
a proper grisly afternoon, we decided to climb this corbett and its tops fronm near the little wind turbine, not much in the way of paths.. but once on the ridge it was fairly easy going.. short grass, knobbly rocks and a round trig which isnt the true sustig_nest20/09/2009
on circuit of all corbetts and grahams in Knoydart - from Kinloch Hourn through to Inverie, and back again over Barrisdale - wild campingnordicstar05/05/2007
Sgurr a'Chlaidheimh to Meall nan Eun W top. Long walk back to car!jimbloomer03/05/2007
Solo Uisdean2525/05/2006
On way in to Barisdale with Alan.Grinner14/04/2006
Reclimb of this hill (July 5th 2000). From trig 400m to a point on a broad grassy ridge - not seen in the murk of my previous visit. Rain falling. 12.30.arranc12/07/2002
From Corrieshubh. Hard work in upper parts in deep powder snow.Aye Jimmy31/12/2001
A great hillGill01/01/2000
with DaskaNozzer10/09/1996
From Kinloch Hourn, on to Slat Bheinn then kip on bealach to Sgurr a'Choire-bheithe.Eddie08/07/1994
Corbett bagging: Sgurr nan Eugallt RHW26/10/1992
Cycled from Loch Lochy youth hostel to ascend this hill. Fine weather and good views. Also ascended in May 2001 on the way to Meall nan Eun and in June 2013 on the way to Sgurr a'Chlaidheimh.JohnW01/06/1989
Am Bodach26/07/2019
GavinTheobald 307/07/2019
andrew brown15/06/2019
Sick Kid03/05/2019
Johnny Corbett27/06/2018
Clach Liath26/05/2018
Tom Mundell14/04/2018