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Name:Beinn Liath Mhor
Hill number:983
Height:926m / 3038ft
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Carron, Catchment Boundaries, Ewe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NG 96412 51970
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:655m  NG955512  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 491 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Paul and Terri21/10/2019
carole engel08/09/2019
From Ling Hut and Camanís first Munro. Just made it to summit ahead of Storm Freya, very wet on way back down.Bongonog 02/03/2019
Sick Kid14/12/2018
1st munro of the day. Done with Maggie, Norman and Elspeth Reid. Long ridge joining three separate peaks. Zebra like with alternating light and dark stone colours. Great views of torridon and many other peaks.dave neilson05/07/2018
Elspeth, Norman and Dave. Long tiring ridge walk .mn2305/07/2018
Excellent day, sunny and warm, full round. quite rocky and scrambly in places. Long ridge walk.Jhimmy06/06/2018
Solo trip via Coire Lair. Extremely interesting geology, and water vole signs along the River Lair.Invicta1419/05/2018
Another cracker. Steep ascents and descents. Sunny, snowy and good fun. Steep climb and good ridge in snow. Good views to Torridon and others.akmilne27/04/2018
Climbed with AndyFCMark27/04/2018
Sick Kid17/03/2018
Perfect winter day - second summit of the day after Sgorr Ruadh. 8 hours for the roundwychwood09/03/2018
Isbjorn Winter Round08/02/2018
With Neil, after Christmas December 2017lauraann30/12/2017
With Chris in thick mist and rain!Geraldine Fardon22/10/2017
With Geraldine.Chris Blake22/10/2017
Climbed with Matt, unfortunately cloud didn't clear until we had descended.tomd425/09/2017
Third visit, collecting SimmsColin Crawford09/05/2017
Round of Coire Lair with Tom Oldham and Russell from Achnashellach Station. Low cloud on Beinn Liath Mhor but cleared into a lovely sunny day from Coire Grannda. 20k, 8 hoursalexmaclennan07/05/2017
With DW and SL. An amazing day to begin 2017! Repeated from three days beforehand when we had to abandon due to strong winds. This time, ascended via Fuar Tholl and then did the round of the Munros.AGWilliamson01/01/2017
With DW and SL. Intending to do the Munro pair, but strong winds (some of the strongest we'd walked in, despite not being forecast) prevented us doing Sgorr Ruadh. Descended back to Achnashellach through Coire Lair.AGWilliamson29/12/2016
With Sgurr Ruadh from Ling Hut, ascent after bealach very unstable after sandstone blocksgeoffreybbb28/06/2016
Lovely airy location but I felt pretty safe as good rock and a sensible descent ahead With Caroline and Barrynickywood108/06/2016
Chris Terrey 29/05/2016
Achnashellach-Beinn Liath Mhor-Sgorr Ruadh-Achnashellach. On own.MorecambeMonkey25/05/2016