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Name:Braigh na h-Eaglaise
Hill number:1158
Height:423.6m / 1390ft
RHB Section:16C: Tongue to Wick and Helmsdale
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Berriedale, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:ND 06488 22080
Summit feature:cairn on small mound
Col:238.6m  ND 0211 2141  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 17
(1:25k) 444E
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 100 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From cottage on old A9, south ridge, ground mostly dry and even with fairly short vegetation.Topographer5724/07/2019
As others, but there is a deer fence with a locked gate.BLACKHILL16/06/2019
From keepers cottage with MN. Direct and easy.trimarc222/05/2019
Straight up from keeper's cottage just off the A9. Spectacular views to Morvern and Scaraben on a sunny, cold early morning. 40 minutes at the top stretched the walk to just over two hours.the pigguy 10/05/2019
From main A9 parking on the old stretch near cottage. Short up and down on mainly grassy slopesN.Morters16/03/2019
Parked due south, near Keepers Cottage. Took a direct line to hill top. Nice walk despite being clagged in.jonglew28/02/2019
From Keeper's Cottage on the A9 in thick fog. A nice walk all the same, up nice mossy grass, then heather, then sensible bog vegetables, and finally a vague ATV track towards the top.Gill28/02/2019
Pleasant short walk from old road remnant. Good views north to Scaraben, Morven etc.willyross13/09/2018
Parked in front of the cottage on the old road at Ousdale. Occupier is tenant and doesn't drive, happy to chat and show of several adders and slow worms which live on the grass outside. Otherwise route as Rick's.High cloud upwards, rained after summiting.iangalbraith07/08/2017
1 of 6: from A9 layby at 066192ChrisR02/08/2017
From Ousdale. No animals other than deer.NormanW21/05/2017
Pretty much straight up from the locked gate. Fairly easy going. Some cattle near the gate, with calves and a bull, but they all shifted off when we approached.jenx13/06/2016
With Jenx from the old road by cottage as described by others. Bull with cows in field made for interesting start. Followed new track to woods and up lines alongside. Hill is generally without tracks and a tedious plod. Final 50m theres an ATV track to top. Good views.nordicstar13/06/2016
Parked on the road to the cottage at ND 06717 20481. Climbed the padlocked gate and then straight up the hillside to the summit. Easy short heather to begin with, tussocky wet ground higher up.martin_hall15/03/2015
MC JG IS. Snow underfoot and wild squalls coming in from the west on a stiff wind. Storm force on top but with good views to Morvern.Martin6603/01/2015
Usual way up from the S.AndrewFinnimore15/06/2014
Just south of the hill there is a road to a house, where you can easily park your car and go through a gate and just straight up the hill. fairly short grass and heather. Took about 1.5 hrs up and down.tallblond07/06/2014
From Sutherland/Caithness boundary stone car park on A9 via Creag Thoraraidh.Minto06/06/2014
Ascended from Ousdale to the south.JohnW16/06/2012
Parked on A9 by estate track. Up to and over a deer fence on newly dozed road, followed hard heathery grass slopes by the side of a plantation, over tussock and cotton grass to a buggy trail and followed to top. 14.05.arranc17/06/2008
Round of Braigh na h-Eaglaise, Cnoc Coir a'Phuill and Creag Thoraraidh from Badbea on a hot day.Eddie07/07/2006
dull approach, pleasant summit & view, probably better from N but access to glen unknown. A9 layby 077205, beeline across bog (garden of house to S was occupied) RHW15/10/2001
Simon Winton07/08/2019
walk livi28/09/2017
Gavin Theobald24/03/2017
hill walker05/06/2016
Tom Mundell19/12/2015
Johnny Corbett04/04/2015
Tony S27/11/2014
Tony J08/06/2014