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Name:Sgurr Thuilm
Hill number:774
Height:963m / 3159ft
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy, Catchment Boundaries, Shiel
Watershed:Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NM 93910 87970
Summit feature:cairn
Col:349m  NM966865  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 398E
Observations:rock 5m S of cairn at NM 93907 87964 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 497 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Clockwise circuit of the two Munros with a walk in from Glenfinnan NT car park.welshyboyo25/06/2019
Corryhully Horseshoe with Karen and Neil PattersonHighland Days15/06/2019
With RodOik10/06/2019
Sgurr Thuilm - Sgurr nan Coireachan - An Stac - Druim a Chuirn - Meith Bheinn - Creag Bhån - Beinn nan Cabar. Normal munro route from Glenfinnan past Corryhully to Sgurr ThuilmClive G01/05/2019
SoloAimless Rambler23/04/2019
With ChristineKeith9927/02/2019
With Keithchristine9927/02/2019
from Sgurr nan Coireachan - slow progress along ridge - lots of fresh snow - thankfully wind from NW - made summit at nightfall, descended to Corryhully via S/SW ridge - not complications and out to Glenfinnianwychwood27/01/2019
From Glenfinnan, bike to Corryhully, then continued along road and signposted track up Sgurr a' Choire Riabhaich, on to Sgurr nan Coireachan, long ridge (via Meall an Tarmachain, Beinn Gharbh, Beinn Gharbh E Top, Sgurr Thuilm W Top to Sgurr Thuilm, descent via Druim Coire a' Bheithe to track and return via Corryhullykdbennett02/07/2018
3 hours to the summit overcast with cloud hanging below the tops Cloud base starting to lift Ptarmigan, Raven & Frog Stag & Red Deer stag on way into bothy last nightLizzieG05/06/2018
climbed 2nd - incredible views from the top.FCMark13/05/2018
Day before TGO Challenge 2018 from Corryhully bothytwg2710/05/2018
As part of the Corriehully horsehoe from Glenfinnan. Cycled in to the bothyRoblex19/09/2017
CUHWC Glen Coe trip. With JG. Glorious sunshine.AGWilliamson28/03/2017
Completed Sgurr Thula and Sgurr nan Coirfachan with climbing club. Steve's last munroe.Stayed in Railway CarriageJamesSDonald08/10/2016
M2Dave Geere30/05/2016
Along the ridge from Sgurr nan Coireachan. Cloud had cleared en-route, although showers had set in once back down in Glen Finnan.Windy Corner29/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac16/03/2016
With Nick Piotrowski doing the Glenfinnan Horseshoe on a fantastic winter day. Sadly lost mobile phone somewhere on descent.signyred12/02/2016
From Glenfinnan. With Sam & Lindsay.MorecambeMonkey25/07/2015
With liv Isobelle Will JessicaJim Ruth and Ele also some way behind and only did this one we went on to Sgurr Nan CDunlawyering15/07/2015
Biked in from Glenfinnan. Cold and wet.Bookerdddd02/09/2014
Arduous solo walk in fine weatherbarnz4824/08/2014
Horseshoe of Sgurr nan Coireachan, Sgurr Thuilm and their associated tops.rhalstead18/06/2014
With Brain R. Last of the day. It was really evil weather up there after a hard slog in fresh snow. Glad to get off.Play2End22/01/2014
Climbed with Rob cycling up track beside stream after watching for a steam train on viaduct - no luck Wet day and fleeting mist on tops also visited Sgurr nan Coireachan descending the long slopes in wet heather.david.walker4011/05/2013
Corryhully horseshoe in the morning, Gulvain in the afternoon. Day 38 of 59 for all Munros. 41km, +/-2600m.PGCE04/05/2013
USMC trip with DaveLoz_mck13/04/2013
On a clockwise round of the Corryhully Horseshoe. Misty and rainy until early afternoon. See my blog post for more details: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>alistairpooler20/09/2012
263rd - Solo - from Glenfinnan rail station, dry, cool day, sunny with little cloud. Visibility outstanding with views across west coast islands, northern and Lochaber ranges. Great day.RGibbs30/08/2012
climbed with Mark Wade, Stuart Young, Margaret Mclean and Lee Goulding.tallblond18/08/2012
Standard traverse of Sgurr nan Coireachan and Sgurr Thuilm from Glenfinnan. With Ruth and Amy.davidpettit8408/06/2012
1st of 2, cycled up, nice easy road. Met up with Bod, Valerie and Gavin. Decent path albeit a lil boggy in parts.bowzi20/05/2012
Roy & ScoobyJimA15/04/2012
With Lornarad24/03/2012
Climbed on DMC trip with Shariar and Paul Higgenson. Nice clear conditions, a bit windy and some soft snow in places, but for the most part easy going. Left the accommodation (Roy Bridge Hotel) at 0700, started 0750 just as it was getting light. Back to the car by 1400! Excellent day.amcculloch19/01/2012
Bank holiday weekend good weather. Met Iain from DFID on road in. We had just received news of our redundancies. Camped in glen. Lost my mapcase containing my map and compass on route down. Picked up the wrong path and ended up coming down through lodge. Owners very nice about me trespassing through their garden!munromurph12/07/2011
squrr nan coireachan and squrr thuilm cycled in to the bothy.robertphillips02/07/2011
Second Munro of a very windy day. Had to crawl from summit on hands and knees as could not stand. Two other groups gave up part way up due to wind. A real struggledickscroop29/05/2011
Superb munros, enjoyed the views all day. Company: Solo.iandesbottes04/03/2011
1 of 7: From Glenfinnan CP.ChrisR30/08/2010
Annette Duncan PhilChris Blake07/08/2010
With Jay, biked in from the viaduct. Still a bloody long day, deep snow didn't help. Glorious weather did.Colinmac200520/02/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave15/05/2009
Steve, Saf, Julian. Very windy!Mountain Goat14/03/2009
Completed Sgurr Thula and Sgurr nan Coirfachan, 22km, 1600m in 7.5hrJamesSDonald11/07/2008
park at approx: NM906808 just before/after visitor centre. Took mountain bike to corryhully luxury bothy. Walked up Sgurr Thuilm, then a long ridge walk to Sgurr nan Coireachan. Descent was very rocky.Jhimmy11/07/2007