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Name:Sgurr Dhomhnuill
Hill number:1349
Height:888m / 2913ft
RHB Section:18B: Sunart and Ardgour
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Linnhe, Catchment Boundaries, Sunart
Watershed:Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 88958 67878
Summit feature:round shelter
Col:15m  NM929795  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 391
Observations:trig point just in front of shelter is destroyed
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From P at Ariundle Oakwood NNR. Sgurr Dhomhnuill then Sgurr na h-Ighinn. Quite a day out. With Bolton.ger21/10/2019
From the Ariundle car park. A very pleasant walk up to the old lead mines then over Drum Leac a'Sgiathain and its ups and downs. An easy rake to the north of Sgurr na h- Ighinn goes to the col then a steep climb to the summit with Ger.bolton21/10/2019
Climbed from Ariundle oakwoods, past lead mines and onto ridgeSpudGunn20/09/2019
Colin & I on Ardnamurchan tripiansm11/05/2019
Clear - complex descent to NWdavechaffey29/11/2018
Final Corbett.ARM01/09/2017
Great wind shelter on the summit. But could not find the trig. Steep descent to Druim Garbh, but dry conditions underfoot so not too dodgy.summitter06/05/2017
Followed the miners track through the ancient oak woods to the mines. Couldn't cross the river as no footbridge and river was in spate, so walked up the valley to the col south of the summit. It was extremely windy here and thought about turning back, but after a rest behind a rock, went on and discovered the final ridge was very sheltered and enjoyable. Saw two golden eagles on the way back. With Pete and Jillmindlessflogger20/02/2017
With M. Long walk over undulating ridge, with steep drop and climb to finish.douglas_easton23/05/2016
Horseshoe route over Sgurr Dhomhnuill from high point in road to W. Complex route to Meall Loachan Mhic Gille Dhuibh, more easily to Druim Garbh, descent to col then very steep ascent to summit of Sgurr Dhomhnuill. Continued S along ridge to Sgurr Na h-Ighinn and descent W over Druim Leac a'Sgiathain then traverse to start point. Cold breeze but clouds above the tops.RobertP12/04/2016
From Arundle car park (10:20) cycled up track to 855654 (near ruin by river)(10:50). Climbed to upper track & old mine, then up ridge over Sg na h-Iguinn (12:50), down to col and up to Sg Dhomhnuill (13:25). Lovely day, fine views. Returned to col then descended E down steep grassy slope keeping R of burn to cross glen. Then traversed L, then up to col & broad rocky ridge to quartzite cairn on B na h-Uamha (15:45). Retraced steps westward and traversed Sg a Chaorainn (17:05), descending WNW down to col. Down SW to glen and followed river back to bike (18:40) and car (19:10). Fabulous long day in glorious weather with views to outer Hebs & Schiehallion.dbb14/06/2015
Ariundle - lead mine - Sgurr Dhomhnuill - Sgurr na h-Ighinn - Sgurr a' Chaorainn - Beinn na h-Uamha - contour around Sgurr a' Chaorainn - Glen Strontian - Ariundledavidpettit8405/04/2015
Lovely walk up through Ariundle woodlands, over Sgurr na h-Ighinn and working our way up the slopes to the top of Sgurr Dhomhnuill. We were going to descend the NW ridge but tricky ground in the teeth of a gale did not appeal so we went back down S and descended to Ariundle from the col, just an occasional buffeting there.pwheeler22/05/2014
Very pleasant out and back route from Ariundle. The forest at lower level is lovely.bowlesy09/05/2014
great clockwise walk solo day after Rick and Jens Resipol Corbett finishvegibagger13/10/2013
Perfect autumn day. Long walk-in from Ariundle car park, past the lead mines. then on upstream and onto a ledge to reach a minor col 400m south of the summit. Up, back to col and on to Sgurr a'Chaorainn.Topographer5711/10/2013
From Ariundle through the very pleasant woodlands with Shaky up to the old lead mine workings. Scaled Drium Leac a' Sgiathain & continued to Sgurr na h-Ighinn before dropping down to the col & ascending Sgurr Dhomhnuill using a variety of minor paths. It seems that cattle had been driven all the way up the ridge given the way in which the ground had been churned up, although we didn't see any all day. Returned the same way except for passing underneath Sgurr na h-Ighinn.NotReallyABagger08/08/2013
Misty ascent. Never seen cows so high up a mountain before.KevPalmer17/07/2013
Otis and AlanGlenford05/05/2013
carn na natgrach and squrr dhomhnuill from high point on road p 342, met davy robertson aka collatach fellow walkhighlands member on route to sd.robertphillips01/12/2012
MMC walk of Sgurr Dhomhnuill by Ariundle oakwoods back by Drium Garbh. excellent day. great views.alexmaclennan26/08/2012
With Darren on the long horseshoe from the west. A great vantage point, although sky sadly grey today.Hoping for an eagle sighting -but no luck.Had to make do with listening to The Eagles on Darren's i-phone -music in the hills a controversial rarity?Chris Pearson24/07/2012
with VR's Lionel & Tonybatrigg18/05/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave12/05/2012
1 of 2: From Ariundle Nature Reserve CP.ChrisR09/05/2011
A hot slog up from the S to the top but was rewarded with superlative views in all directions, bit tricky navigating all the rock slabs to the N to get onto the northern arm of the horseshoetorkm23/05/2010
Trig revisit. Great summit and view. Via Druim Glas: got a lift to top of pass, descended to 830634.RHW06/06/2009
through peaceful bare Ariundle Oakwoods from car park, with Eivor. Contrary to forecast wind light tho cold and very sunny. A long walk, bypassing S. na h-Ighinn and stepkicking up the steep E side of S Dhomnuill. Return same way. 6hr 40niallp28/03/2009
NUFWAS Hogmanay, Strontian. With Andy, Will and Chris.Grinner02/01/2009
MC JC. Climbed from high point on Kinlochan Road. Beautiful day. Contoured below Druim Garbh which was a mistake! Windless at summit. Glens very wet and rough.Martin6605/10/2008
Backpack through Ardgour, glenfinnan to coran ferry w Jenx, one midgey night outnordicstar24/08/2008
Pleasant stroll up from Strontian. Despite the snow showers the weather was good. Only drawback was waiting for 2 hours for friends on Beinn Resipol!gman05/04/2008
Circuit from Ariundlerjf3526/07/2004
Beinn na h-Uamha NM 918664), Sgurr Dhomhnuill (NM 890678) & Carn Nathrach (NM 886698) S/F NN018684 Calm, warm and sunny, occasional showers, cloudbase >3000', broken. Overnight camp at NM923690 before and after ascents. Also Graham Sgurr a Chairainn NM 895662 (Note added April 16)John Young01/07/2004
From Ariundle, spindrift and high wind chill on upper slopes.Aye Jimmy29/12/2001
SMMC Arnamurchan meet, with Nic Bullivant, Liz Mackay and Jenny Irving.clashcityrocker19/05/2000
I nearly stood on a sea eagle on the way downGill01/01/2000
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL15/05/1999
From Ariundle nature reserve. Pleasant walk on forest road in shade. Deer fence gate, small bridge to open moor. To old lead mine and struck across the valley around green dunlins onto Druim on broad upward ridge to an obvious green gulley to left of Ighinn and well worn path with many footprints. To bealach and 700' grassy steep slopes to top. 12.45. to Uamha.arranc14/06/1998
??????????? SheilaS31/12/1997
With friend. From a camp in Glen Scaddle. We ascended the ENE ridge of Sgùrr Dhomhnuill. The weather was not so good as forecast, with some light rain. I went NW from summit of Sgurr Dhomhnuill to reach Druim Garbh a deleted Corbett. I came down via Gleann na Cloich Soochte. My friend went over Sgurr a Chaorainn and Beinn na h-Uamha. The latter is a Corbett I had previously ascended. We wondered if Sgurr a Chaorainn might be a Corbett too, since the reascent certainly exceeds 500 and there is a 760m contour ring. From the campsite walked out along Glen Scaddle.pwbellarby15/06/1997
Round of Sgurr nan Cnamh, Beinn na h-Uamha, Sgurr a'Chaorainn, Sgurr na h-Ighinn, Sgurr Dhomhnuill and Druim Garbh from Shiel lane to Resourie.Eddie08/09/1996
Self and Taffy. Perfect day. Saw my first golden eagle.Invicta1406/06/1991
Corbett bagging: Sgurr Dhomhnuill, Carn na Nathrach and Beinn na h-Uamha RHW25/05/1991
Ascended from Strontian, heading for Corran. Still good weather.JohnW31/07/1983
NHM Uisdean2504/06/1983
Sick Kid12/07/2019