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Name:An Teallach - Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill
Hill number:1003
Height:1062.5m / 3486ft
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Little Broom
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NH 06899 84354
Summit feature:rocks 6m S of trig point
Drop:757m
Col:306m  NH093728  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435N
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 600 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
duncanstraiton15/10/2019
dazza499403/08/2019
declas02/08/2019
Simple walk up from Dundonell in dense cloud and drizzle. Solo.Dangerous Dave24/06/2019
barryms16/06/2019
With EUMC friends, the last MunroCapt Malbec07/06/2019
NHWC06/05/2019
my third munro :)mini bagger 19/04/2019
JulieB19/04/2019
Conor06/10/2018
carole engel23/09/2018
Sunhat03/07/2018
From Coire Hallie. Traverse of An Teallach S to N using the bypass route due to poor conditions.welshyboyo01/07/2018
stuartgreig01/07/2018
With Tashpigerg07/06/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac05/06/2018
An Teallach Munros and Tops from Corrie HallieGeoff Briggs04/06/2018
GavinTheobald 204/06/2018
IWC26/05/2018
PaulineC26/05/2018
Scott Morley 8622/05/2018
scottm201822/05/2018
With TatianaGrimpeur123419/05/2018
Squidgey17/05/2018
maclrc11/05/2018
lithosyork30/03/2018
DuncanH26/02/2018
Isbjorn Winter Round26/01/2018
Sam, Neil and Dave. Gairloch. Fabulous mountain. Golden eagle on top.mn2323/10/2017
Climbed with Maggie, Sam and Neil (Rowan). Lovely day - no sign of storm Brian as forecast. Tremendous hill, mostly clear of clouds and great views. Stayed at Gairloch Hotel.dave neilson21/10/2017
nrowan21/10/2017
alda01/09/2017
an teallach traverse 2 munros and 7 tops ACW from dundonnell down to corrie hallie, biked back to dundonnell.robertphillips20/08/2017
Ullswalker18/07/2017
scoob01/07/2017
Fi01/07/2017
kojak01/07/2017
Tom, DuncanChris Blake31/05/2017
johnkaysleftleg31/05/2017
DaveMcS11/05/2017
Great day before fisherfieldRodge06/05/2017
Wycombe Wanderer04/05/2017
briansv650s29/04/2017
A long day out on An-Teallach with new Dutch Friends Jacob and Michelle Hoogeveen. An epic day with mini avalanches on the traverse under the Pinnacles.( which were too dangerous to go over).Shutterlag28/04/2017
With Andy Ward, from Shenavall bothy, ending at Dundonnell. Cloudy weather (no views above 900m and dropping throughout day) with intermittent rain, continuous rain during final descent. Hitched back to parked car.trainingforwinter29/03/2017
hillhunter13/11/2016
Paul and Terri22/10/2016
marsdavs24/08/2016
follow the satlkers path from corrie halle towards kinlochewe look for a cairn on your left to go to sail liath and follow the path up and over. you can avoid the pinnacles on a path below and an easy path up.Aristotle Chip23/08/2016
Tartantraveller20/08/2016