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Name:Beinn Dearg Mhor
Hill number:1265
Height:731m / 2398ft
RHB Section:17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 52035 28483
Summit feature:cairn
Col:415m  NG518293  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 32
(1:25k) 411
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 236 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Harrison and John including Glamaig - variable weather, windy with some rain and sun.mproudfoot18/07/2020
andrew brown15/09/2019
Sligachan to Sconser, taking in Being Dearg Mheadhonach, BD Mhor, Sgurr Mhairi + An Coileach. Windy but warmclashcityrocker26/07/2019
From Glamaig and much easier up to this one than I thought it would be after a rapid descent from the former. Headed south to the Sim. Solo.bolton05/10/2018
A morning round from the road to the north: Beinn Dearg Mhor, Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach and down by scree from near the col between them, quite step but OK. Started out with cloud down to road level, found I had cracked my compass and lost the fluid so not working. Guessed I would be Ok for a straightforward route so ploughed up through the cloud only to come out into glorious sun at about 550 metres, a sea of cloud below me with 7 'island' peaks sticking up througnh it, a classic temperature inversion - brilliant and solved my compass problem.dickscroop03/06/2018
Simon Winton23/05/2018
Johnny Corbett29/06/2017
anticlockwise circuit from Sligachan south for 2.5 km up Allt na Measarroch, up north on to Ciche na Beinne Deirge, over Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach, BD Mhor, out to An Coileach and finally back along the beautifull grassy ridge to Glamaig summit, Sgurr Mhairivegibagger04/06/2017
Tom Mundell04/06/2017
An easier ascent than the Corbett, but still tough. Done with GHC with occasional very heavy showers.Play2End03/06/2017
with Beth & LunaBigNick29/05/2017
On a round from Slig with Steve Smith. From BD Mheadhonach and on to Glamaig.jonglew07/05/2017
4 of 4: From B. Dearg Mheadhonach.ChrisR07/10/2016
Dave McG26/07/2016
Erik B26/07/2016
Did after Glamaig. Superb day on the hills.duchally18/06/2016
M on very hot and breezy day from A87 car park. J and O accompanied up SE side of the cone, but too hot for O the dog. Calm on top. Great views to Glamaig. Continued round to Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach. Much easier walking. Proceeded E from top for 100m and descended N down compacted scree gulley. Base covered in large stoned embedded in heather, but interesting return route to car.Martin6611/05/2016
Owen B11/05/2016
Solo jog, with BDM. Rainbow and broken spectre on the summit.amswanston01/05/2016
TONY DEALL18/10/2015
with Ruxirambler_gary16/08/2015
Sick Kid21/06/2015
Sligachan, Sròn a' Bhealain, Beinn Dearg Mhór, Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach, drop down scree before Cìche na Beinne Deirge into Coire Dubh Measarroch, return via Glen Sligachan. Slow day, with Fellwanderers.Edgemaster29/03/2015
ancient brit28/05/2014