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Name:Beinn a' Mheadhoin
Hill number:859
Height:613m / 2011ft
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Beauly
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,G)
Grid ref:NH 21865 25549
Summit feature:rock N of cairn
Drop:245m
Col:368m  NH207257  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 415
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 157 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Chisholme Bridge. Glen Affric Duathlon in progress making parking difficult.summitsup12/05/2018
Followed the track up the side of the plantation to the corner then headed of up the hill following a faint path to the summit.Nozzer20/04/2018
With Nozzer.BigJ20/04/2018
From hydro track (what a mess!) and then ATV/path shortly after leaving the main plantation. Good viewpoint.benalder28414/04/2018
From hydro track after Tom a'Choinich and Toll Creagach. Nice top, but hard work after the two Munros - the summit was further away than I thought .....Crib Goch19/10/2016
Solo. From car park at NH215242 up the track constructed for the hydro-electric scheme. A little short of the fence that surrounds an area where trees are regenerating stuck up the hillside easily to the summit area. There are two parallel ridges with the cairn and highest point being on the southernmost ridge. The nicely constructed cairn is clearly not the highest point. The current entry in DBIH says the highest point is rock 35m E of the cairn. However, the rock is very close to being due N of the cairn. I took visual sightings of the small cairn 80m E and conclude that it is not the highest point. Continued to Am Meallan.pwbellarby03/09/2016
Added after the ascent of Doire Tana. Back east along the ridge and down through the trees to the car parkColin Crawford15/08/2016
Hydro works going on. The old path has become a butchered track, faint path still leads off after the trees.hils24/06/2016
Quick hike up the new hydro track with lots of work being done over18 months to put in a new mini hydro scheme.big Cairn not on the top Smaller cairn on an eastern top 80 metres from it but three stone on an impressive big Rocky embedded bit that seemed marginally the actual highest point at the northern apex of a triangle of these three points. Delightful long chat with an orange hard hatted young woman called Lucy doing a map survey of the culverts and silt traps put in to stop the out flows of water sending adult down into the loch. She is also a part time bar maid at Ross County football club.vegibagger30/05/2016
A very easy Graham. Good gradient and trail now most of the way.jenx22/03/2016
From good CP before bridge. munrobtrack to @300m then great ATV track to near summit, well used by look. Fine viewpoint. Up and down in hour and half, quickest if 3 today.nordicstar22/03/2016
KeithByTheC19/08/2015
Initially easy-going as Munroists had done the snow trailbreaking. Then it was down to me once I left the path from the forest edge.Martin R24/01/2015
Stayed on the track until I got sight of the hill. Then across the moor. Summit has two parallel ridges. Now onto the Munros.Play2End04/05/2014
From car park near bridge, on path around forest then ascended SW ridge. A hot day but a nice summit breeze.Topographer5708/07/2013
Various inc JC and OMartin6603/01/2013
Solo run/walk, with Toll C, Tom a C, Carn E, Mam S, and Am Meallan. Very hot!amswanston26/05/2012
with John Greendavidsbatty17/04/2012
round of tom achoinich, toll creagach, and beinn a mheadhoin.robertphillips24/03/2012
CraigW30/03/2011
(cont fr Toll Creagach). Back down glen & up Beinn a'Mheadoin. Desc almost direct to starting point, since most of trees had been felled. Walked to road end (17:40) where DR had left car to do 2 Corbetts S of L Affric. Some rain, little sun, good views. dbb14/10/2007
Easy ascent from Chisholm Bridge in Glen Affric, no tracks up the lower slopes. yorkie26/07/2007
Glen Affric car park. Heron on bridge. Deer on road. On track and clear of forest up over dry deer grass for a mile long trudge to top at 11.00.arranc05/07/2006
Straightforward ascent from path to the south and west.JohnW13/06/2006
Climbed while on family holiday in Inverness. Saw 2 golden eagles as we ascended.marktrengove25/10/2005
Solo Uisdean2530/11/2003
Up and down from the road with Richard Wood.Eddie05/12/1999
fair summit rather overshadowed by neighbours. car park @ 217243, straight up thru forest RHW31/12/1998
With: hb mt sb ab; Margaret joined us for a walk up this with the boys leaving Trevor with the girls. Parked at NH216242. Walked up valley for 1km before heading straight up the hill. Returned by same route. Good views of Glen Affric.Ian Baines25/05/1998
highlandhillwalker07/04/2018
Thorny10/10/2017
nicolajane24/07/2017
bertbarnett12308/07/2017
mikebeattie06/07/2017
govanah14/05/2017
AndyS20/04/2017
weaselmaster11/12/2016
Sick Kid11/12/2016
Am Bodach27/11/2016
IainK05/11/2016
alda26/08/2016
Crumblie231/07/2016
Tom Mundell19/06/2016
Iona19/06/2016
marsdavs17/05/2016
GmacT01/05/2016
elizyanne01/05/2016
NormanW20/04/2016
dynamo8302/01/2016
GavinTheobald 211/09/2015