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Name:Beinn na Seamraig
Hill number:1285
Height:561m / 1841ft
RHB Section:17C: South-East Skye and Scalpay
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Maritime area:Skye & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five, Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 72902 17775
Summit feature:cairn 2m SSE of trig point
Col:394m  NG739187  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 412
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 93 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
On lockdown with LunaBigNick25/04/2020
Parking just W of cattle grid, NG730217. Unoccupied car thoughtfully blocked access to 4x4 track which, on this 37th day of rain, doubled as a stream. Locked gate is about 300m up this track. At top end of 4x4 track an ATV track eases progress over very rough moorland directly and substantially towards Beinn Dubh a'Bhealaich, then rough ground across dip to fairly well defined top. Worth GPS waymarking the top end of the ATV track as descending directly back to top end of 4x4 track, by compass, in 20m viz-bites, over such rough ground, was not a trifle testing - ATV track MUCH easier, if you can re-locate it.Isbjorn19/06/2019
From the North. Locked gate at 729215 so it's a walk all the way, but easy on track and then grassy atv trail to ridge.NormanW19/05/2019
5 of 5: From Kinloch Lodge CPChrisR25/08/2018
From Ben Aslak via Beinn Dubh a' Bhealaich (546m). Solo.Dangerous Dave24/03/2018
With Tom & LunaBigNick03/03/2018
drove up to track end from the north, then quick up and down.robertphillips21/07/2017
final afternoon 28 in Skye, from a couple of hundred metres before Kinloch Lodge Hotel up hard work slopes to Beinn Breac and on to Beinn na Seamraigvegibagger07/06/2017
From end of dirt track (NG 7384 1907); some rough heathery ground. On to Ben Aslak. With Steve Smith.jonglew30/04/2017
Drive to end of track with Jon Glew and Iain Gallagher then straight forward walk up ridge to summit before descending to Bealach and on to Ben Aslack.SteveSmith30/04/2017
Up the track from the N, drove up a little way to park. Terrific viewpoint but very windy today.Chris Peart15/10/2016
Cycled up track from the north west to col, then round of Aslak and Seamraig.Topographer5725/05/2016
Much easier than expected. 1 hr up and down from track end. And Skye Marilyns complete.jenx16/05/2016
With Jenx. Up the track, largely good nick. Less than an hour to trig and back. The misty isle living up to its name, our final Skye Marilyn.nordicstar16/05/2016
MC JC O. Great views down the Sound of Sleat and to the Cuillins.Martin6631/05/2015
Parked in the Kinlock forest car park. Followed the circuit to the abandoned township of Leitir Fura which has good views as a lot of the conifers have been removed leaving the native woodland. Walked further NE along the old drovers road before banging up hill to the top (one deer fence to slide under). Great views although Mrs Mindlessflogger said it was the hardest one she had ever done as she was just getting over the flu and I had unfairly told her it was only a forest walk.mindlessflogger22/12/2014
with mim, dad, Holly & LunaBigNick13/07/2014
Drove up track from N then easily on to summitAndrewFinnimore10/07/2014
Start: Bealach Udal. Notes: Climbed with Franni Baggins after Ben Aslak. Descended East to coast path and then on to Kylerhea.raffemeister07/05/2013
With Mora, from the Bealach UdalBLACKHILL28/04/2013
From Glen Arroch used the long driveable track and then beeline for top in wind and rain. Bet there is a great view.Martin R08/03/2012
Easy access from N via track (not shown on older maps) - track terminates at NG738190jimbloomer02/06/2011
alone SheilaS29/04/2011
Trig revisit. Short-grass summit and a fine place to be on a dramatic evening of brooding skies. From NE, tussocky approach, boggy in places.RHW18/09/2009
Park at cattle grid in gentle rain. Down road onto access road over bridge up on contour through side gate to a padlocked deer fence. To end of road trudge up on spongy tussock, moss and sludge to northern spur to top at 13.25. Could see column on the main peak 1/2 mile away. Firm going on short grass over wide bealach to top at 13.45. Vanessa 9803.arranc14/05/2007
Ascended via Ben Aslak, returning the same way.JohnW26/04/2007
Round of Beinn na Seamraig and Ben Aslak from the Kylerhea road in misty conditions.Eddie07/09/1999
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine hill, long floundery return to bealach udal. bealach udal, return W of coinnich RHW29/05/1999
Simon Winton25/03/2019
Tom Mundell04/02/2018
Trekking toes04/02/2018
Lionel Bidwell25/08/2012
Tony Rogers25/08/2012
Andrew Simmons08/06/2012