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Hill number:899
Height:928m / 3045ft
RHB Section:12A: Kyle of Lochalsh to Garve
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Carron, Cromarty
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 10117 49927
Summit feature:large cairn (SW)
Col:334m  NH095467  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 429 430
Observations:tiny cairn 120m NE at NH 10185 50022 is as high; large cairn 315m NE at NH 10292 50191 is at least 2m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 535 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Sunny & Iain - 6 Monar Munros, overnight camp Day 2 Maoile Lunndaidh & MoruisgHuwel14/06/2020
With D from Ullapool. Straight up snow covered side and down. Clear views Cuillin to beyond An Teallach.Rodge10/11/2019
Debs and TaliMountain Goat28/09/2019
Birthday outing with the kids & AngusScmccabe 10/06/2019
Tenth munro. All done solo. Snow at the top, no view.David Bremner25/11/2018
With Ian. I visited all 3 cairns. Ian omitted the large northern cairn.Dangerous Dave24/09/2018
From north up well worn path, steep at times. JR first Munro since stroke - excellent effort. Returned by stalkers path to south (GH went back north and moved car).SS08/06/2018
With Steve, Rod, JohnOik08/06/2018
Solo, no views, rain.Chris Blake26/10/2017
good weather - intermittent cloud/sun, no rain, no wind! route straight up. there's a stalkers 'path' all the way - much the best route. very wet underfoot all the way and quite slide-y especially on way down. very steep mid section. poles essential if coming down same way.highlandchief04/07/2017
Moruisg + Sgurr nan Ceannaichean. Usual route, starting from layby on A890. Very wet underfoot. Broken cloud at top so views were not brilliant. Totally clear by the time I got back to car (typical). Nice walk though!tsharp21/04/2017
With Tony from Glen Carron. Traverse of Moruisg and Sgurr nan Ceannaichean. Managed to reach summits before it clouded over so good views of Torridon peaks and Skye.zoob03/06/2016
park on A890 and an easy path across the river under the railway and up. eventually you go over the crest and the path disappears but follow the hill up and meet a cairn on the east and cairn on the westAristotle Chip20/05/2016
w/ Jenny and Fergajvrussell821/11/2015
With Tom Noble during a RRMC weekend at Torridon Youth hostelmunromurph20/04/2015
Tim & KieraLoz_mck18/01/2015
A bit foggy on top, but I made sure I was at the correct cairn by visiting both!Play2End11/10/2014
Long steep ascent with little relief until the top is reached. Thin path if you can find it. Beware of new deer fences to protect the newly planted trees. Only a few gates I could see.Jhimmy27/06/2014
With Andy Smith.MorecambeMonkey26/03/2014
Solo. 1 Munro+Corbett. Cracker of a day, clear skies and very little wind. Set off early and had to do all the hard work in the snow for everyone else! :D 2hr20 to summit. 2hrs to Corbett (inc lunch). Off via N ridge and back via stalker path. 12.5km, 1070m 7hr.bowzi10/11/2013
Done with declassified hill next to it. Very mixed day with stunning views one minute then hail and nil visbility.akmilne31/08/2013
It really was a mixed bag of weather climbing this one. Climbed with Sgurr nan Ceannaichean.FCMark31/08/2013
With Kenny & CathJamesSDonald10/08/2013
With Hannah Desperate Stan17/07/2013
From layby below. Blowing a gale was glad for a quick up and down.rhalstead30/06/2013
Ascent by north ridge and continued over the tops to Carn Gorm. Light covering of snow and very fine weather. As for "no redeeming features", try the corries to the east and that view!fasgadh03/11/2012
with Dalerambler_gary29/06/2012
beinn liath mhor and sqor ruadh in the morning, moruisg in the afternoon.robertphillips26/04/2012
Along ridge from Sgurr nan Ceannaichean, then descended NW to roaddavidpettit8429/05/2011
Abandoned this hill in a blizzard two days earlier. Climbed direct from railway underpass in high winds and wet, misty conditions. Far too windy for Ceannaichean ridge so dropped straight back down for the nearby Hump.chriswatson20/03/2011
horrible wet soggy mountain with no redeeming featuresCaralynR27/02/2011
213th - Solo - from Craig, snow above 750m, strong winds and light snow showers. Added excitement of losing my only copy of the map on the summit plateau.RGibbs06/02/2011
stop off on route to Torridon. Very misty conditions all day on the hill. Feasting on blaeberries on the descent.gercal5313/08/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave13/05/2010
DURC Weekend Meetelectricfox27/03/2010
Short but steep climb up wet slopes. Maggie,Margaret and the Reids there too. Great views of Torridon mountains and Loch Monar hills.Saw a few deer too.dave neilson22/10/2009
Easy hill, but not exciting climb. Great views from flash22/10/2009
Unexciting hill. Easily climbed, though, and well worth it for the fantastic views all round, especially of the Torridon hills.Norman Reid22/10/2009
dave, norman, elspeth, al, margaret steep then flat - an easy munro with fab views of torridonmn2322/10/2009
With Maggie, David and the Reids.Maggie22/10/2009
Parked on the A890 at the obvious car park, headed SE across wetish land before turning south to the summit. On to Sgurr nan Ceannaichean.garyhoney15/07/2009
Round of Bidean a'Choire Sheasgaich, Lurg Mhor, Sgur Choinnich, Sgurr a'Chaorachain, Maoile Lunndaidh, Moruisg and Sgurr nan Ceannaichean from Craig. Day 27 of 59 for all Munros. 42km, +/-3800m, 16 hours.PGCE21/05/2009
1 of 2: From A890 at 080520.ChrisR20/03/2009
Walked in 9km from Craig and set up camp at Bealach. Following day completed Beinn Dearg, Cona Mheall, Meal nan Ceapraichean, Eididh nan Clach Geala, Am Faochagach + 1 Top, returning to camp, 26.3kn 2320m in 12.5hr. The following day completed Biden a Choire Shieasgaich, Lurg Mhor +1 Top returning to camp, 15.2km 1320m 10.5hr, then returned back to car.JamesSDonald26/07/2008
alone SheilaS30/04/2008