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Name:Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
Hill number:1088
Height:1046m / 3432ft
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,P600,P500)
Grid ref:NH 46298 68368
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:691m
Col:355m  NH368825  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 598 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Lionel, Jennie Tony. 40-50mph winds.Chris Blake21/09/2018
From Ben wyvis CP. Four hours round trip. Bit wild on top. Very misty. Mist cleared on way downLongwojo15/08/2018
Laoigh's first Munro also with Jenna.bisman96z20/06/2018
Beautiful sunny day. Cold and windy on summit ridge. Good path all the way. Solo after a work trip to Inverness. My most northerly munro so far.Langbank 29/05/2018
2nd top. Cold wind from East. Good views.187lenny27/05/2018
Started from car park, beautiful sunny day with great company from 3 of my friends, two of which this was their first Munro :-)Ssuthe1325/05/2018
Solo from the Ben Wyvis car park and up the main path via An Cabar. Hot and sunny. Mountain biker on the summit plateau. Several fell runners also on the route.Roblex23/05/2018
Day trip with Rob and Claire. Mostly sunny weather and good views but big hailstorm on top with stones the size of ball bearings. Erosion control staircase on the way up but difficult thrash back through pathless bog.banksey27/04/2018
bike from Garve, run from Garbat CraigW20/08/2017
Did with the boys, Great path fab day. Good views of the east cost and the rigs.MoragElizabeth30/07/2017
From Ben Wyvis car park on A835, followed track up An Cabar, then on to Glas Leathad Mor, continued N, contoured past Tom a'Choinnich and E along ridge to Glas Leathad Beag. Returned over Tom a'Choinnich, descended towards Allt a'Gharbh Bhaid, following stream down to forest road, then back to car parkkdbennett07/07/2017
First Munro!LissiLou07/05/2017
revisit for the tops, ben wyvis, an cabar, tom a choinnich, glas leathad beag, glas leathad beag west top.robertphillips05/05/2017
an easy path to follow up to summit plateau then a wide rolling path to summitAristotle Chip27/03/2017
Well-trodden path from the car park. Bright sunshine all day, great views.liljonb26/03/2017
bike from Garve, run from Garbat CraigW02/11/2016
TD & CThis Dog23/08/2016
First Munro since I started keeping records of ascentschillyman806/08/2016
ghaley30/07/2016
Ben Wyvis via An Cabar returning over Tom a'Choinnich.wozzat23/06/2016
An Cabar - Ben Wyvis - Tom a' Choinnich circuit returning via sw ridge. Last 1km back to forest track a little tricky due to felling. Lovely sunny daygaryhoney23/06/2016
An easy walk to the summit but had the compass out as the cloud was for most of the walk down. After 10 minutes at the top the cloud lifted fantastic views, watching 2 ravens showing off their talents. With Kasi. A wet walk mostly in the cloud with a few heavy downpours. About 13 others on the hill todayLizzieG22/06/2016
With Tony, sun! cool breeze. Enjoyable approach along stream through forest. An Cabar-Glas Leathad Mor-Tom a Choinnich-Glas Leathad Beag to end of ridge and back. Moss amazing beyond main summits, very bouncy to walk on!zoob01/06/2016
Late winter snow blast on Wyvis. EMC club tripN.Morters30/04/2016
Walked with David Doherty from Ben Wyvis car parkBaggieboy20/09/2015
runjvrussell801/08/2015
Revisit for trig. from Ben Wyvis car park to WSW, after a longish anticlockwise circuit of its various lower tops. Then out to Socach before descending the busy tourist path. 7hr total. Then mid pm round to Tain for the Berntsen (trig) and the Bonar Bridge HuMPs.RHW23/05/2015
Clear day with some snow on topJanSue13/05/2015
Visibility v. Good. Snow cover above 700m, with L aura HowieTopsaswell02/05/2015
kiera and timLoz_mck24/01/2015
usual route - good weatherhighlandchief13/09/2014
First solo Munro. Late decision so went local. Very sticky and hot going up. Wonderful views until the cloud came down at the top. Sunny on way back.Maggie20/07/2014
Ben Wyvis in the morning, Fionn Bheinn in the afternoon, Slioch in the evening. Day 41 of 59 for all Munros. 36km, +/- 2700m.PGCE08/05/2014
Climbed in Complete snow cover, stunning!Ronald19/02/2014
Easy Munro. 4hours 10 minutes total. Rained heavy half way up. Thick cloud at summit. Guess what? It all cleared as I came down!Jhimmy21/08/2013
with Kenney & CathJamesSDonald11/08/2013
Rons Compleationkojak27/07/2013
Solo. Misty start before it became a scorcher! Decent path but struggling after yesterday. The actual summit is deceptively further away from An Cabar. Off via NW and down thru felled forest, can't recommend! 16.6km, 990m, 5hr45.bowzi21/07/2013
First visit north of the Great Glen. Cloud bound from the A835 all the way to near the top of An Caber when blue skies appeared overhead and a tremendous inversion appeared all the way along the ridge to the summit.Windy Corner08/06/2013
Allan's final Munro climbed with DMCelectricfox15/05/2013
Climbed from car park to west. Took three hours with very high winds along the ridge from An Cabar. Dropped down to Tom a'Choinnich rather than try to retrace our steps.chriswatson23/04/2013
Came up along broad ridge from south and southeast after Little Wyvis and Tom na Caillich. Mist above about 700m and snow lying above 900m. Hair froze. Westward descent from An Cabar.campagvelocet31/10/2012
Climbed the well worn path over An Cabar.rhalstead03/07/2012
munro bagging ben wyvis and little wyvis.robertphillips29/06/2012
With Dad. Second of two peaks today.mikejacobs10/03/2012
CraigW23/07/2011
with jen/lachbella12/07/2011
Climbed up at night for the summer solstice to see the dawn. Shrouded in mist we never saw the sun. Started at the small car park to the south.DaiAlchemy20/06/2011
with Jamie and Ben-Ji on anti-clockwise circuit after Little Wyvis. My 278th Munro leaving 6 to go on the 284 listvegibagger30/05/2011
neil hutton27/05/2011