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Name:Glas Leathad Beag [1891: Top of Coire Lochain]
Hill number:1092
Height:928m / 3045ft
Parent (Ma):1088  Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
Parent (SMC):1088  Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor
RHB Section:15B: Loch Vaich to Moray Firth
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro Top, Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NH 49235 70668
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:796m  NH475706  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 437S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 157 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
7 of 10: From the west top.ChrisR12/08/2019
From Fiaclach. Solo.Dangerous Dave25/06/2019
2nd Repeatchalky195304/06/2019
From Glen GlassPeterb29/04/2018
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
revisit for the tops, ben wyvis, an cabar, tom a choinnich, glas leathad beag, glas leathad beag west top.robertphillips05/05/2017
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
up from Glen Glass over Meall na Drochaidegrumpy26/09/2015
See Munro entryTopsaswell02/05/2015
alone. Also 21/4/11 CK SheilaS23/08/2010
with Jamie while camping next to the 'pink palace'vegibagger29/08/2009
self (Ben Wyvis)davidsbatty31/05/2009
Completed Ben Wyvis + 3 Tops, 21.5km, 1350m in 6.3hrJamesSDonald22/08/2008
5 of 9: From the west top.ChrisR05/07/2008
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit22/05/2007
Easy walking over the grassy plateau from the West Top. yorkie07/04/2007
With a friend. From road end in Glen Glass. After ascending Meall na Drochaide and Meal nan Bradan Leathan we continued to the summit of Glas Leathad Beag. It was too cold to linger so we retraced our steps more or less to the col between Meall na Drochaide and Meall nan Bradan Leathan. This part of the route had snow on it, but not continuously so. There was a little patchy precipitation. From the col we descended eastwards, quite steeply to begin with. At the bottom of the steep section we stopped for a bite to eat as we were now out of the wind. We continued downwards and went through the forest close to a fence. Nearing the loch we went down a track to join the main track near a house not shown on my map. We followed the main track down to the car.pwbellarby21/12/2006
Solo from eastern back roadnordicstar01/08/2006
With Jeanettedickscroop27/07/2006
Car to Eilanach Lodge, Strath Glass (09:20). Bike to about 525677 (10:00) where track became v boggy. Up broad ridge to NE top, crossing some deeply fissured peat. On through rain, mist and wind over Tom a'Choinnich to top of Ben Wyvis. (cont Ben Wyvis). dbb26/05/2006
Last Top of the day. The one beyond, Fiaclach, had been demoted.Aye Jimmy02/08/1996
Ben Wyvis and tops from Garbat.Eddie04/05/1994
Solo Uisdean2501/06/1993
rain stoppedWhithaugh12/09/1992
From GarbatBLACKHILL29/07/1992
Ben Wyvis for the Corbett of Little Wyvis, plus previously missed Munro Top of Glas Leathad Beag RHW22/10/1991
Continued along the ridge from Ben Wyvis in excellent weather.JohnW09/08/1987
See Ben Wyvisgerrybowes31/03/1986
With Wol.beorwulf05/04/1982
Martin R17/05/2017
Nick Down110/06/2016
David Doherty21/09/2015
Sick Kid09/08/2015
Rob Pen y Garn08/06/2014