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Name:Am Bathach
Hill number:855
Height:798.1m / 2618ft
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 07336 14328
Summit feature:rock 10m from cairn
Col:565.7m  NH 0635 1475  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414N 414S
Observations:rock is higher than base of cairn
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 355 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
See log for Ciste Dubhcarole engel26/07/2020
With John - including Ciste Dhubh mproudfoot29/09/2019
Quick up and down the south ridgeGeoff Briggs06/06/2019
Debs & Tali, enroute to Morvich Campsite. Up and down the ridge from the parking on the old bit of road by the enclosure gate. Access via old rusty gate to the east up the side of the enclosure.Mountain Goat04/05/2019
Wet and windy morning from Shiel Bridge.iansm13/09/2018
With Penda, on the way to Ciste Dubh. Hot and clear, fabulous views.beorwulf24/05/2018
Andrew Dyson neil hutton22/05/2018
Quick climb with Richard on the DMC New Year trip (staying at Kintail outdoor center), sneaked in before the storm arrived. Cluanie was closed so headed to Kintail Inn after for soup, sandwich and beer!amcculloch30/12/2017
With Steve Smith. From the road along NE side of what was Glenshiel Forest. South Top first. On to Ciste Dhubh.jonglew24/10/2017
Solo walk in worsening wet and windy conditionsbarnz4830/05/2017
fa, 3 in party, club meet, dry with one shower whilst the rest of glen shiel was in rain, 8.7km, wet under foot, from the lay-by straight up the s/e ridge to the south top, then along the ridge to the summit and down to beach a choinich, then a stalkers path back down to the glen shiel roadrum doodle 19/02/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac27/05/2016
With GHC. Misty and calm and fresh snow. Slippy...Play2End26/03/2016
32nd Solo. Broken cloud 800 to 1000m. Occasional strong gusts of wind. Occasional light snow showers with reduced visibility. Snow down to 400m going difficult as not well consolidated on many slopes. Very cold. From Cluanie Inn, traverse of Am Bathach to Bealach a Choinich. Ascended Ciste Dhubh (in 'alpine condition') from Bealach and returned to Inn via An Caorann Beag.RGibbs23/02/2016
With Mora, from parking area on the A 87 at nh087121BLACKHILL04/10/2015
Up and down airy SE ridge with help from a footprint staircase and SE wind.Topographer5711/09/2015
Carn Dearg MC meet Kintail.clashcityrocker05/09/2015
Bagged Am Bathach on the way to my final Munro, Ciste Dhubh.Robinho0806/09/2014
En route to Ciste Dhubhisabelle05/08/2014
With RhysLoz_mck21/09/2013
With MichellJamesSDonald14/06/2013
Paul Eleanor Jennie Chris Helen +Chris Blake30/04/2013
An epic circular walk from Cluanie Inn. <BR> This was my first Corbett joined by my wife, Taken ages to persuade her to come hill bagging with me, <BR> Pleased it has not put her off. <BR> <a href="" target="_blank" >Route details walked</a> <BR> Including statistics, map, photographs and walk description.SteveSmith18/01/2013
With Colin.alistairpooler25/11/2012
Linear walk from A87 below Bealach an Lapain to Cluanie Inn. Three repeat Munros plus new tick on Am Bathach.davidpettit8425/08/2012
Easy Corbett after bagging Ciste Dubh. Descent was a bit tricky as I short cutted through felled trees back to Clunie Inn. Should have gone around the parameter instead.Jhimmy17/07/2012
all by my self........jennygraham05/05/2012
Obvious route, warmish despite mist and snow underfoot.Martin R09/02/2012
am bathach,ciste dhubh, in the morning and beinn sgrithheall in the afternoon.robertphillips18/06/2011
Climbed on the way to a long weekend on Skye.Man of Kernow107/10/2010
High cloud, spots of rain, calm, cool good views.iangalbraith15/06/2010
ran with alextom smith28/04/2010
2 of 10: From the south top.ChrisR16/10/2009
From Cluanie Inn on New year's day, misty but dry. Climbed to summit and back before drinks at the bar!nordicstar01/01/2009
And 23/06/2019chrispine04/09/2008
Up the valley from the Glen Shiel to Ciste Dhubh and back down over Corbett Am Bathachvegibagger29/07/2007
With DJB and BAH, staying at Ratagan YH. Easy walk from Cluanie Hill, but foul weather. Afterwards wiled away the afternoon in tea room in Plockton.douglas_easton03/06/2007
See A'Chralaig dbb20/05/2005
NB & DR (to SaF) MB. Saileag, Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg, Sgurr an Fhuarail, Ciste Dubh & return over Am Bathach to Cluanie Inn. Dry sunny periods.Vin19/03/2005
NUFWS Cluanie Trip. With Alan & Craig.Grinner31/05/2004
Out and back from Loch Cluanierjf3531/12/2003
With Will & Gary.Dangerous Dave02/11/2003
A good viewing peak surrounded by its bigger brothers. Just took quick way up and did it by itself. Company: Martin Stewartiandesbottes05/10/2003