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Hill number:1306
Height:704.9m / 2313ft
RHB Section:17E: Mull and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Mull & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 57336 32177
Summit feature:outcrop 2m S of trig point
Col:388m  NM581320  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 48
(1:25k) 375E 375W
Observations:ground is 20cm above trig point FB
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Leica RX1250
Surveys of Beinn na h-Uamha Corra-bheinn and Cruachan Dearg.pdf
Comments:No longer twinned with 1307 Cruachan Dearg, being 0.9m higher
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A good circuit from Knock, parking by the gate to the Loch Ba track. Out to Gortenbuie on track, then path disappears then reappears along river, messed up by cattle. Up the fine and very steep NE ridge of Corra-Bheinn, then steep descent to Mam a Coir' Idhar on S side of ridge to avoid crags. Mad looking climb to Cruchan Dearg but climb almost up to first band of crags, head NW below them on sheep tracks and then up easy grass and scree. Onwards to Cruachan Beag and lemming impersonation off the NW ridge of Bith Bheinn eases off to sensible terrain back to the stony track. Note that the track is pretty bumpy, on average flat and with many loose sections and a bike might be more trouble than it's worth.Gill12/07/2020
A round of Corra-Bheinn and Cruachan Dearg. Really spoilt with views over Skye to the north and Jura to the south.Nicky C26/03/2020
Parked at bridge over Allt Ghillecalium. Path follows Allt to the big waterfall. Made my own way from there avoiding the worst of the very strong Westerly wind.PGCE23/02/2020
With Dave Roeder. Parked at Teeanga Brideig (10:05) and followed glen to col and thence to Cruachan Dearg (12:30). Then along twisting ridge via Corra-bheinn (13:35), Bheinn a'Mheadhain (15:15) to Cruach Coireadail (16:00). Down westward to hanging valley then steeply down to road for walk back to car.dbb03/05/2019
Full ridge including Corra-bheinn, Cruach Choireadail and tops in perfect conditions.RobertP01/05/2019
From disused quarry in Glen More, via Cruach Choireadail and Beinn a’ Mheadhoin. Down via Cruachan Dearg and Coir’ an t-Sailein to Teanga Brideig.Winterfloodian30/05/2018
Round of Corra-Bheinn, Beinn a'Mheadhain and Cruach Choireadail from Teanga Bridge. Step and rugged ascent of SW ridge, then descent of steep SE face, where most of the stony sections were bypassed.Topographer5730/04/2018
With Mark Gibson as longer route. Very windy at tops. Dry, summits clear. View limited. Rounsfell15/04/2018
G and A with Chris and Petearthurwhittaker29/10/2017
3 of 4: From Beinn a Mheadhain. Blown along by remains of Hurricane Ophelia!ChrisR16/10/2017
Corra Beinn and Cruachan Dearg via pat from bridge on old road to south reached by bus. Had planned continuing with traverse across face of A chioch but very windy so cut short. In any event traverse looked problematic.dickscroop15/04/2017
From Teanga Brideig by the route described in the SMC Graham guidebook. Took in Cruachan Dearg, Corra Bheinn, Beinn a' Mheadhain and Cruach Choireadail.davidpettit8429/12/2016
After Sgurr Beag, then Corra-Bheinn as second main peak of day. Onwards around the group - with Jenxnordicstar30/04/2015
with Peter Willimott & Derek Simedavidsbatty22/06/2014
Second top of the day.Dugswell230/04/2013
via Cruach Choireadail and Beinn Mheadhain (from Glen More. Descended via Coir Odhar - beautiful alluvial valley full of deerraffemeister21/10/2012
With Alfie.Dangerous Dave02/05/2012
Started by bridge at Teanga Brideig. Followed path until Torr na h-Uamha. Gained ridge to Cruachan Dearg summit, down to col and up to Corra-bheinn. Descended south ridge to road. Great views of B More and A'Chioch. Lots of mice.Martin R15/04/2012
corra bheinn, cruach choirceall, and ben buie.robertphillips06/04/2012
From Teanga BrideigBLACKHILL21/04/2011
Solo. MTB from Knock to Gorton Buie by Loch Ba. Crossed Cruachan Beag & Dearg to Corra-bheinn then Beinn Mheadhoin, Cruach Choireadail, Sgulan Beag & Beinn Chaisgidle. Descent to Gorton Buie. A fine bright wintery day with snow & frost at height.Vin30/10/2008
With DC, JC, DS Hunts. SunnyMartin6602/01/2007
On a bright, sunny day during a New Year week at Tobermory with Martin66, JC, Shaky & the Hunts. Followed the path on E side of Allt Teanga Brideig from the bridge over A849 briefly & then N up the open slopes to the trig point. Tremendous view S. Then over Beinn a'Mheadhain & Cruach Choireadail with Martin66 & Shaky, pausing to admire the sunset while the others returned to the car. Descended W over rough ground back to the road where one of the others helpfully picked us up!NotReallyABagger02/01/2007
from C Dearg. Gingerly over more severe crags and bigger scree runs to a large col. Easier grassy walk up via crags to top at 13.00. Vanessa 10482.arranc09/09/2006
Solo Uisdean2512/08/2005
From A849 at NM 62977 31338 at start of a backpackAlan Moore25/05/2003
Along estate/farmers' roads by the River Cannel then pathless terrain with a really remote atmosphere. Quite rough and steep for a while in Coire na Lice Duibhe. Finished on the wide NE ridge. A hot, cloudless day. With Pete.pwheeler06/06/2002
Date is first visit. Notes from later...Has a Twin Peak - Cruachan Dearg; fine hill. 578301 dis quarry, Choiredail - Corra Bheinn tops RHW29/04/2000
Ascended from Beinn a'Mheadhain in perfect weather.JohnW09/04/2000
Solo tripInvicta1414/10/1999
Mull traverse from knock, Beinn Fhada, Ben More, Corra-bheinn, Cruach Choireadail to camp in Glen More.Eddie21/04/1995
Dave McG04/05/2019
Erik B04/05/2019
Simon Winton31/05/2018
Lorna S28/04/2018
Tom Mundell09/05/2017
Trekking toes09/05/2017