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Name:Ben More
Hill number:1301
Height:966m / 3169ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, SIB,
Murdo, Yeaman, Trail 100
Grid ref:NM 52582 33069
Summit feature:OS rivet in centre of large stone shelter
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 47 48
(1:25k) 375W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 627 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Sick Kid02/11/2019
Beautiful and very blustery day. Missed the path up so took the grassy direct way then down via the endless scree.jpitches20/09/2019
My final Munro. Windy but clear and dry day with Vic, Chris, John W., Chris W., Matty W., Gill and Jerry, and my son Andrew. Champagne and single malt to celebrate. Happy days!mikejacobs24/08/2019
Alan, Andrew, Gerry, Jan, Jane, John, RobertNHWC24/08/2019
From A'Choich then descent via standard route. Beautiful clear day with views to Skye and Ben Nevis.squeegs17/05/2019
Relatively easy day out. Great views between hail and rain showersakmilne10/05/2019
Climbed with Andy...FCMark10/05/2019
From foot of Ben More path (9:45) walked to summit (12:30). Along fine ridge to A'Chioch (13:25) and on to Beinn Fhada (14:55). Continued round ridge to Beinn a'Ghraig (16:40) - fine stony top. Then off end of ridge and down to road, tricky in woods at bottom. Back along road to car (18:30). Some cloud earlier, but fine day with long views.dbb02/05/2019
51 - Forecast said high confidence of settled dry conditions, so we drove across from Central Scotland. In the end got very wet, and saw not a lot of this hill, although it cleared later as we explored Mull waiting for the ferry back.huwthomas18/10/2018
Circuit with D and the ozzies before 9th waveRodge22/09/2018
Parked on the foreshore and followed the well trodden and boggy path to the summit and back. Rained most of the day and no view from the summit. Watched otters on the beach on our return. With LP and RO.wombourne12/09/2018
From parking spot marked on map. Ben More, A”Chico, Beinn Fhada & Beinn Fhada NW top. With AS & Beinn Fhada with AS & PM.CJM25/08/2018
Paul and Terri19/08/2018
Cracking day starting from Dhiseig. Weather great until nearing summit. Usual cloud down on top. Great views coming off.Wayne Mac08/08/2018
Sick Kid27/07/2018
Due to wrong shoes (mountain boots were in repair) and bad weather did I have to abort when ascending halfway from the south where there are no paths.hugoklip17/07/2018
Day hike on last full day of Mull trekJK13/07/2018
Last Munro ! Started from roadside and went up the svrambly route. Part was Juli, Marti, Don, Steve Kennedy.Bookerdddd27/05/2018
From Dhiseig.Winterfloodian25/05/2018
Very boggy in places especially lower third. Weather quite poor, low cloud so no views at summit.anderson2411/10/2017
Last Munro trip with GHC for Jim Anderson. Terrible weather, rain, wind but not cold. It got better the nearer the car we got.Play2End30/09/2017
6 miles MullTash20/07/2017
With Tashpigerg20/07/2017
Fantastic walk along three ridges for Rob Wights third last munro. Sunny dry and perfect viz. circular walk from Knock. 8 hours.alexmaclennan19/05/2017
Dave McG06/05/2017