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Name:Sgurr Breac
Hill number:1042
Height:999m / 3278ft
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Broom, 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
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur)
Grid ref:NH 15819 71110
Summit feature:NW cairn near edge of crag
Drop:451m
Col:548m  NH175705  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 435S 436S
Observations:cairn 25m SE (NH 15843 71096) may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 477 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Lionel, Jennie, Tony. Wet all day.Chris Blake17/09/2018
With D from UllapoolRodge28/07/2018
Climbed solo. From A832 to north. Via Loch a Bhraoin, Allt Breabaig, 550m bealach, SE ridge of Sgurr Breac, Sgurr Breac, Toman Coinnich, A' Chailleach, Sron na Goibhre, Toll an Lochain, Allt an Goibhre, Leitir Fhearna, return to road via footbridge at end of Loch a Bhraoin. Misty over 700m and very windy, drizzle. Straightforward ridge walk. Nice easy path to 550m bealach. Rough ground on Leitir Fhearna with a deer fence (unmarked on map) to negotiate ... there are stiles in the SW and NE though if you can find them!jamessteel10022/07/2018
With Tashpigerg08/06/2018
Weather fair.MountainMac26/05/2018
Second summit after A'Chailleach on a hot and sunny day. 6 hours 30 mins.Roblex24/05/2018
Solo. with A'Chailleach. McNeish route. His return route awful. Strongly recommend coming back same ridge as ascent (Druim Reidh) despite having to go back up a bit early on.highlandchief01/09/2017
From parking on A832, S past Loch a'Bhraoin, followed tracks up Leitir Fhearna and along Druim Reidh, contouring round to bealach below A'Chailleach and ascended it, return to bealach, over Toman Coinnich, onto Sgurr Breac and descended E ridge to bealach, thence N along stalkers' path. Crossed Allt Breabaig at footbridge near NH163748 (not marked on OS maps), rather than use fordkdbennett09/07/2017
With Lynn & Alan Moss, Andrew Dyson, John Anderson neil hutton29/05/2017
Really good glory on way up ridge.Bongonog 04/05/2017
With Andy Ward, starting and finishing at car park before heading on to Lochivraon bothy. Set out about 3.30pm, back at car around 10.30pm. Beautiful sunshine.trainingforwinter27/03/2017
After bagging A'Chailleach, from Lochivroan.Buteobuteo27/05/2016
on own great weather -2 doneDunlawyering01/10/2015
completed both A'Chailleach and Sgurr BreaeJamesSDonald06/09/2015
With ChristineKeith9915/08/2015
Hot and sunny day. Great views.Jhimmy06/07/2015
From A832 layby, a round of Sgurr Breac, Toman Coinich and A'Chailleach.rhalstead30/06/2015
Followed the glen up to Beallach at GR173705. Fords marked on OS map do not exist so stayed on West side of stream, which was fine, although there is a bridge farther downstream (also not marked on OS maps). Up to Sgurr Breac on mainly grassy slopes with a tiny bit of scrambling. Across to Toman Coinnich and then A'Chailleach, back to Toman Coinnich and then down the ridge. First 3K was very gradual and then last bit very steep. Fantastic views today, no cloud, no wind.tsharp10/06/2015
Still a lot of snow on top. Walked up to col with a guy I met in the car park from Brora.tallblond08/05/2015
Solo, 1st of 2. Easy enough walk in following stalker path before ascending via East ridge.bowzi13/07/2014
With GHC, second of the day. Warm and sunny, lovely long ridge down to the bealach for the next one.Play2End05/07/2014
Fell run with KieraLoz_mck07/06/2014
Round of 5 western Fannichs. Parking and round as SMC guidebook. no snow. cloudy tops and occasional drizzle. 8 hours.alexmaclennan09/05/2014
With Mel and Alvin, snow on ground, Sunny & cold.alwaysinshorts01/11/2012
From Aultguish Inn with group, tam Bain's weansmunromurph07/08/2012
the 5 western fannichs from loch a bhraoin.robertphillips15/06/2012
2nd of the Western Fannaichs. Nice hillakmilne21/05/2012
great views, great weatherFCMark21/05/2012
Hyperopic13/11/2011
with dave and roy after a'chailleachmn2311/09/2011
2nd of day. Got lost a bit but GPS helped and we retraced our steps. Wind and rain hampered us (me,Maggie and Roy.)dave neilson11/09/2011
donaldbella23/07/2011
ghaley12/04/2011
Climbed with Jon and Richard. Reasonably good conditions with a few patches of rain. Total 12h 55 mins for all 9.amcculloch18/08/2010
Fannichs route; mostly with Richard and Allan but split off from them after Sgurr Mor and headed North over Beinn Liath Mor Fannaich and down to A835 by the dam, whilst they proceeded to add the final 2 munros. Meanwhile I hitchiked to A832 to fetch car!jonbowyer18/08/2010
205th - Allan and Jon, from N on A832 (6km from Braemore Junction), overcast with patchy rain. Started out as a 5 bag, but extended to an epic 13hr day to complete all 9 of the Fannichs from W to E.RGibbs18/08/2010
With Steve, RodOik10/06/2010
With Rod and Grant again up Leiter Fhearna on what is now a significant steep path. Followed same route except took in the top this time. SS10/06/2010
Solo with Ben Ji...264th Munro. At last I finally get my last Fannaich!!from valley to the east, to not quite as far as the SE ridge. Steeply up hitting the ridge quite high up and now in cloud. Summit 1.00 ish and on to Toman Coinich. Ben-Ji finds a foot long deers lower leg and hoof on the bridge next to the loch and carries it three quarters of mile towards car, but laterly stopping regularly as it seems too heavy for him.vegibagger25/10/2009
By Self Fourth of the day, lots of reascent form bealach but nice ridgealanm17/10/2009
Alone - blundered up there in mist.otis_b_flywheel13/09/2009
With Lynseyalistairpooler07/09/2009
4thThearlaichdubh07/06/2009
Scooby Re-Climbed on 13/11/2011 with RoyJimA25/05/2009
Not too bad a climb from the col to the east. Lovely weather!signyred19/05/2009
KeithByTheC26/10/2008
Completed both A'Chailleach and Sgurr Breac, 17.4 km, 1130m accent in 7hr 15min.JamesSDonald06/09/2008
Short day's walk with Euan B - Fine weatherbarnz4823/07/2008
alone SheilaS04/05/2008
second ascent on a winters day, snow cover only high on the hills with a couple of short sections of ice, an intense squall had us pinned down for awhile on the central top of the two munros - club meetrum doodle 24/02/2008