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Name:Beinn na h-Eaglaise
Hill number:992
Height:736m / 2415ft
RHB Section:13B: Applecross to Achnasheen
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham
Grid ref:NG 90874 52349
Summit feature:cairn
Col:431m  NG902509  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 428N 429
Observations:larger cairn 150m NW at NG90782 52473 is probably slightly lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 146 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Set off at dawn in poor conditions which quickly deteriorated. River uncrossable and had to tramp up over rough ground for miles. Met a delightful couple from Edinburgh, Mark and his mum, Elaine. Would have turned back without them for company. Good to know that there are people as daft as yourself. Mark queried validity of summit so we wandered over to cover other options.. Had to cross the river way upstream again on return to Torridon Inn. Glad of Mark and Elaine's company on such a hard day.Campbell Singer22/10/2017
After Ben Damh, good views across.MichaelF17/05/2017
Parked at the Torridon Inn and followed the footpath through the woods after crossing the road. Took the left fork where the path splits for Beinn Damh and after a short while struck directly uphill. Snow from about 400m made for a slower ascent than normal. Visited both cairns with the small one marking the true summit.Peterb03/03/2017
Up Ben Damph track, burn crossable in spite of rain, can well imagine it being problematic. Found a large cairn approx 100m easting & northing from summit & smaller cairn within four metres of co-ordinates. 50mph winds & heavy rain. Went down E. Another burn to cross on stepping stone / boulders. Another hill to add to do again on nice day list.rogreeves07/07/2016
River in spate. Had to go a fair way up the true left bank before crossing. Weather vile for ascent, but cleared up a bit on way down.ngthack07/07/2015
TfL, Ben Damph CraigW26/11/2014
With Stephen from Torridon Inn up along stalkers path to bealach then up and return by ridge before dropping to path. Saw Pine Marten cross the road in the morning.SS17/06/2014
With Dave Roeder. From car (9:20), took Beinn Damh track then forked L, over river (could be tricky in spate). Cont along track, then up to NW ridge and summit. Avoided showers, great views all round. Back same route; finished 13:10dbb08/06/2014
Chris Pines last GrahamConor23/11/2013
JC DC O JMMartin6608/05/2013
beinn damh and beinn na h eagaise on good paths mostly.robertphillips13/04/2013
W Jenx from Annat. Followed SE track around bottom if hill on sharp, crisp bay. Sparkling blue sky. Snow from 600m. Traversed around to SW ridge and took GT en route. Down NE ridge and cut across to east and car park. Great outing.nordicstar10/12/2012
From Annat, solo, continued to Beinn Damhamswanston05/01/2012
Enjoyable afternoon circuit of Coire Roill before the rain returned. Ascent of Beinn Damh via thin trail on NE spur was particularly good.Smudge13/05/2011
AOB, GOB, KOB Uisdean2502/01/2011
Beautiful walk in foul weather on well-used stalkers path from Annat to Loch an Eoin at S end of the mountain. Easy and interesting broad ridge-walk all the way back to Annat. Very worthwhile and under-walked mountain.Messiaen28/05/2010
Climbed with SCHC (Theo, Phil, Margaret and Julian). Another beautiful frosty day. Stonechat and Meadow Pipit. Followed Beinn Damh route before heading off to summit.Skerryvore29/12/2008
from S top. Losing height to a lochan strewn bealach at 2,100' for coffee. Easier climbing for last 300, to top at 12.00. 3 deer. Rainbow. Clouds gave patchy views of bits of hill but mainly obscured.arranc12/09/2008
Round of An Ruadh-stac, Beinn Damh and Beinn na h-Eaglaise from Coire Fionnaraich bothy.Eddie11/11/2000
Graham bagging: Tullich - Sgurr a' Gharaidh - Beinn na h-Eaglaise - Meall Dearg - Achnashellach station RHW04/02/1998
From AnnatBLACKHILL06/06/1996
Ascended from Annat in overcast conditions with snow on the ground.JohnW09/04/1994
Pete R02/09/2018
Tom Mundell02/06/2018
sarah mundell02/06/2018
Trekking toes02/06/2018
Dave McG17/08/2016
Erik B17/08/2016
hill walker06/03/2016