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Name:Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich
Hill number:1046
Height:954m / 3130ft
Parent (Ma):1040  Sgurr Mor
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:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NH 21962 72398
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:109m
Col:845m  NH216722  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 436S
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 491 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Loop of the 4 eastern Fannichs. Weather started off promising but spent day in the clag above 800m. Long boggy walk out to car.cjo04/10/2019
My first munro :) :) :)mini bagger 17/04/2019
With JW. From West end of Loch Glascarnoch, up Abhainn an Torrain Duibh to Creag Dhubh Fannaich, Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich, Sgurr Mor, Meall Gorm, An Coileachan. Long descent with painful knee but good views!robertgn08/01/2019
Climbed solo from A835 west of Loch Glascarnoch. Followed path on the West Bank of the Abhainn an Torrain Duibh (not marked on map). Ignore the track through the forest. Continue alongside Abhainn a Ghiuthais Li as far as the footbridge (also unmarked) at 252712. Ascended Meallan Buidhe (skirted summit), An Coileachan, Meall Gorm SE top and main top, Meall nam Peithirean, Sgurr Mor, Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich. Return via Craig Dhubh Fannaich (summit skirted) and back alongside outward route. Excellent conditions. Fine walk but long and rough walk in/out. Luckily very dry conditions - bogs would hinder progress.jamessteel10024/07/2018
With ChristineKeith9926/09/2017
With keithchristine9926/09/2017
with MartinTopsaswell22/07/2017
From parking on A835 followed W bank of Abhainn an Torrain Duibh then N back of Allt an Loch Sgeirich, crossed and up Creag Dhuibh Fannaich, then Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich, Sgurr Mor, Meall nan Peithirean, Meall Gorm summit and SE top to An Coileachan. Descended to Abhainn a'Ghiuthais Li, crossed using footbridge at NH252712 and followed W bank back to A835kdbennett10/07/2017
Did as single in and out appalling waether for 2nd day, gave up as weather forecast for following day was much worsegeoffreybbb23/09/2015
Summited with David DohertyBaggieboy20/09/2015
Lionel Tony JennieChris Blake14/09/2015
KeithByTheC16/08/2015
Sunny but coldish. went light weight to bag these 4 Munros quickly.Long walk in and out over rough, wet ground.Jhimmy09/07/2015
From Lochdrum a round of Carn na Criche, Sgurr Mor, Meall nam Peithirean and Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich.rhalstead28/06/2015
alone SheilaS22/05/2015
Followed the forest track in the gloom and fog of the early morning. Lost the path but ended up at the bealach south-east of the top. Reached the summit for it to clear and to see an inversion.Play2End14/09/2014
3rd of 7. Start to ascend Sgurr Mor before cuting off to take ridge out to BLMF. Shelter part way along ridge, but it's a fair trek out and back.bowzi14/06/2014
with Jeremyyounggl24/05/2014
With EuanLoz_mck04/08/2013
With Hannah on traverse of Fannichs Desperate Stan16/07/2013
Last of the 4. Rocky climb then a longish walkout.akmilne29/05/2013
Good weather for most of the day, a long walk surrounded by great views. Done all 4 Western Fannichs together.FCMark29/05/2013
climbed with An Coileachanmunromurph08/08/2012
1 of 6: From A835 at Loch Droma Dam.ChrisR21/06/2012
ghaley04/06/2012
5 day munro bagging trip far north 4 eastern fannichs.robertphillips03/06/2012
STARTED AT DAMjennygraham15/11/2011
with dave and roy after meall a'chrasgaidh and sgurr mormn2310/09/2011
3rd of day with Maggie and Roy.Steep descent and longish walk out at end.dave neilson10/09/2011
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
212th - Allan, 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
The Eastern Fannaichs: Four munros. Clear and warm summers day on start of hols. met an old gangrel on approach to last summit. Long drag back to Dirrie mor with Brian and Laura. 8hrs. Overnight stay at the Aultguish.gercal5326/06/2010
Hyperopic02/06/2010
With Lynsey in the rainalistairpooler03/09/2009
4thThearlaichdubh09/06/2009
First on the eastern ridge in mistsignyred18/05/2009
With Jay, big day.Colinmac200529/04/2009
second ascent on a fine winters day, good snow cover - club meetrum doodle 15/02/2009
Long day's walk with Lucy & Euan in deteriorating weatherbarnz4822/07/2008
229redcon11/05/2008
alone SheilaS05/05/2008
From Loch Fannaich Lodge completed An Coileachan, Meall Gorm, Sgurr Mor, Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich, Meall A'Chraggaigh, Sgurr nan Clach Geala, Sgurr nan Each + 3 Tops, 26.6km, 2250m, in 10.3hr plus 12km bike ride both in and out.JamesSDonald05/10/2007
Start ~ 253755 A835 Lochdrum. Took track over dam and up to 220740. before turning south directly up Beinn Liath Mhor Fannaich. Continued west to Sgurr Mor. Returned East then descended between cliffs to Loch A Mhadaidh and the outward track. Overcast day, with only us out on the hills. With Wombourne & Ron.steve hudson03/10/2007
Long traverseAJones26/08/2007
Munro 198 2007 compleationancient brit13/08/2007
With Mark, Jon & Becky P.Grinner10/06/2007
1 of 6: From A835 at Abhainn an Torrain Dubh.ChrisR22/05/2006
Glasgow and Lancaster Weekend. Ascent with Hugh, Tom and Andyalexmaclennan05/02/2006
with Phil Dant and Geoff. Strong warm southerly windvegibagger27/10/2005