|Height:||700m / 2297ft|
|RHB Section:||10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie|
|Watershed:||Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Land's End to John o' Groats, Inner Moray Firth, The Lizard to Dunnet Head|
|Class:||Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham|
|Grid ref:||NG 91007 02736|
|Summit feature:||rock within 2m of cairn|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 33|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 80 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Fine evening light over Knoydart and west coast, left summit after 9pm, down east ridge than back up over col and along Skiary path to reach Kinlochhourn at 1am, 15 hours after setting off.||alda||17/05/2018|
|From the small hydro station on the north shore of Loch Quoich, waded across the west arm of the Loch and then to the Cosaidh. Good path part of the way up the glen to the foot of the corrie which offers a good ascent making use of a grassy gully. Superb viewpoint. Back by same route. 7 hours there and back over rough ground.||Campbell Singer||12/05/2018|
|With Mora, a 4 day backpack trip from Kinloch Hourn||BLACKHILL||23/05/2014|
|Slat Bheinn (NG 910027) S/F NH 004032 3 night trip down loch Quoich. 1st day paddle to 965012, usual spot. Water so high couldn't recognise usual site. Brisk wind assisting paddling, overcast. Walk to Loch an Lagain Aintheich to camp 2 nights (9310). Walked through valley on pouring rain, but rewarded with perfect still sunny evening. Sunny day to climb Slat Bheinn, easy grassy slopes despite many rocky outcrops. Overcast as walking out with occasional light shower. Strong headwind so decided to wait 2 hours to see if it would subside, which it did to some extent. Safe to paddle if hard work so set off at 6:00 pm and pulled up short at 9:30 for 3rd night camp at 993022. Windy morning but safe so finished off paddle to start, another hour or so. Wind dropped to give perfect still sunny afternoon once out.||John Young||01/05/2014|
|slat bheinn, squrr a choire bheithe, and ben aden from loch a choire bheithe at road around loch cuaich edge and back. big day 14.5 hours||robertphillips||20/07/2013|
|With tallblond in the sunshine!||jimbloomer||19/05/2012|
|done from White House at Barrisdale with Jim Bloomer, very good way of doing this one first and than onto the Corbett. great hill.||tallblond||19/05/2012|
|on circuit of all corbetts and grahams in Knoydart - from Kinloch Hourn through to Inverie, and back again over Barrisdale - wild camping||nordicstar||06/05/2007|
|After doing Sgurr a'Choire-bheithe. Quite a rocky hill. Summit has large cairn next to pointed rock. Then down Gleann Chosaidh, and around the shore back to parking spot on N shore of Loch Quoich.||Aye Jimmy||16/07/2006|
|Able to follow old path across the arm of Loch Quoich due to low water and ascend via Abhain Choshaidh in good weather.||JohnW||21/05/2001|
|steep but climbable from most sides, great W ridge, R Barrisdale awkward in spate. kinloch hourn - 916066 - Eun - 913033 - Slat, return via Barrisdale||RHW||31/12/1999|
|From Kinloch Hourn, via Sgurr nan Eugallt then kip on bealach to Sgurr a'Choire-bheithe.||Eddie||08/07/1994|