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Name:Beinn Fhada
Hill number:823
Height:1031.9m / 3385ft
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Alsh & Duich, Beauly
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, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NH 01858 19243
Summit feature:trig point
Col:385m  NH030204  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 501 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Ascent via Coire an Sgairne. Descent over Meall an Fhuarain Mhoir, bailed on ridge at tricky step onto Sgurr a Choire Ghairbh. 8 hours. With Lorna, Imogen, Darren, James.samharrison723/02/2020
Beinn Fhada and tops from MorvichGeoff Briggs04/06/2019
Debs & Tali. Bienn Fhada (Revisit) and west along the ridge. Only obstacle was the 15-20 m easy scramble up, Tali just needed a little assist. (harness and a 2 metre lead did the trick)Mountain Goat07/05/2019
By trade route, without Glass Bheinn as tired after several big days. Clag on top, cleared after I came down. Warmish, high cloud. Rounsfell10/04/2019
Climbed in low cloud and got lost twice but found the summit cairn eventually. No views really but it is clearly a big , impressive mountain.dave neilson07/09/2018
With Elspeth, Norman and Davemn2307/09/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton23/05/2018
round of beinn fhada, squrr a dubh doire, meall an fhuarain mhoir, meall an fhuarain mhoir west top, squrr a choire ghairbh, faradh nighean fhrarchair,from morvich.robertphillips15/09/2017
DW, SL & PM during Scotland New Year trip to Lochcarron. Wet and windy conditions.AGWilliamson28/12/2016
with Sean, Matt & LunaBigNick16/09/2016
Climbed with Shaun and NickMc101p16/09/2016
from morvich by Kintail outdoor centre we followed the path and went up the nose to go over the ridge which is a great route to turn Fhada into a circular route. the stalkers path is a great way to returnAristotle Chip24/08/2016
Morvich - Allbeithe - An Socach - Mullach na Dheiragain - Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan - Beinn Fhada - A'Ghlas-bheinn - Morvich. Day 58 of 59 for all Munros. 44km, +/- 2900m, 15 hours.PGCE24/04/2016
A'Ghlas-bheinn & Beinn Fhada from Morvich. On own.MorecambeMonkey26/07/2015
Drove past Ruarach and thru a gate to small parking area at NG980223 before No Vehicles sign. Then thru gate and across bridge. Cold and drizzly at summit. Revisit for trig, I think the base of its of predecessor is visible. Down to A'Ghlas-bheinn col for its south top.RHW13/06/2015
Little snow until Coire Sgairne then thick fog until top. Route finding no problem. Saw a baby goat in the glen. With Brian R. and back to car at Morvich.Play2End11/02/2015
Tony ReChris Blake19/09/2014
Second Munro on Chemo, with Ian, Caroline and Barry. These three continued to A'Ghls Bheinn which I have already done.nickywood106/06/2014
Up Bealach Sgairne path from Morvich on a fine daychriswatson14/08/2013
Solo. Had planned on 2 but the legs were gone! Roaster of a day! Plus having the exhaust fall off the van earlier held me back. Good path in pretty much all the way. Met some folks heading for their compleation as I was on the way out. 19.7km, 1270m, 7hr30.bowzi08/07/2013
A round of Beinn Fhada, Beinn Fhada - Meall a'Bhealaich, A'Ghlas-bheinn South Top and A'Ghlas-bheinn from Morvich.rhalstead01/07/2013
Great but tough hill. Climbed in a windy day with sunny spells and heavy showers. Fantastic views.akmilne28/09/2012
Climbed with Andy, managed to get some stunning photographs. One even made The Scotsman!FCMark28/09/2012
255th - Solo - from Glen Shiel and approach summit via east ridge, dry clear day with patches of sun. Shared a coffee with a couple on the summit. Returned to Glen Affric YH.RGibbs26/08/2012
Linear route as part of TGO Challenge.Gayle11/05/2012
After A'Ghlas-bbheinndickscroop02/04/2012
beinn fhada and a ghlas bheinn.robertphillips19/06/2011
Amanda heavy rain and hail top fine and soaked on way down againpigerg09/06/2011
From Forestry Commision Car park north side of Abhainn Chonaig, along Gleann Choinneachain then stalkers path along east side of Allt Coire an Sgairne up to Plateau then around edge to Beinn Fhada. Hard to find the start of stalkers path.akraw09/06/2011
Day after david's last munro Forest fires in Liathach and Five Sistersmunromurph06/05/2011
Solo. My third attempt on this summit. My previous failures were on 27/11/2008, with Ian and on 02/08/2009, with Gavin, Edi, Mary & Marriane. Both failed attempts were due to dangerous river conditions in spate.Dangerous Dave13/06/2010
3 of 4: From Sgurr a Dubh Doire.ChrisR09/06/2010
SR, FR (Kathryn Goodenough last Munro) Uisdean2522/08/2009
Almost perfect weather of cool and sun. Came through the North-west choire. Descended to Bealach Sgaine by traversing downwardly around Meall a' Bhealaich as NE ridge looked very steep!Jhimmy13/08/2009
With Club, Vicks last munroe, Ben Fhada and A'Ghlas-bheinn, returning via Fhada ridge. Staying at Morvich.JamesSDonald05/06/2009
Long walk in from Morvich. Enjoyed the walk up the Glen. Great views. Loads of quaritz rock on top. Company: Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes06/05/2009
My second Munro! Climbed after A'Ghlas-bheinn. Climbed directly from the col between the two followed by a traverse of the ridge and descent via the SW ridge. VERY steep and a rude introduction to exposed scrambling!Claire10/04/2009
With Will & Laura, from Allbeithe.Grinner19/07/2008
With Paddy BuckleyFFloss14/05/2008
Munro 226 2007 compleationancient brit26/08/2007
an anticlockwise circuit solo from the northern valley up on to the long knobly west ridge, all along it and across the plateau to the south to the eastern muro top, back along to the summit and out NW over the final muro topvegibagger23/07/2007
Second ascent, with DJB and BAH.douglas_easton04/06/2007
Large walled enclosure and trig point (11808) was easily located even in the misty conditions. yorkie29/05/2007
with Club, leaveing from Morvick and completing Beinn Fhada, A'Ghlas-bheinn + 2 tops, 25.5km, 2250m, in 11.0hrJamesSDonald14/04/2007
Will, Sam, Jonathan Blisco30/06/2006
Second ascent 02/05/2010NormanW20/05/2006