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Name:Garbh Bheinn
Hill number:1350
Height:885m / 2904ft
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,
Trail 100
Grid ref:NM 90437 62205
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Col:198m  NM893649  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 300 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Fabulous sunny, snowy day alone, following SE ridge there and back. sclater14/11/2019
Cycling trip to Ardnamurchaniansm08/05/2019
Club Xmas meet, climbed with Reg Straight up and returned same wayJamesSDonald01/12/2018
Great hill with phenomenal views from the Cuillins to the Paps of Jura. Went up South East Ridge and down Coire an Iubhair. Time for walk 4 hours 15 minutes.isabelle05/07/2018
With Nieves & Paul from Inversanda up S ridge â then alone to Scotstown via Sgur nan Cnamh. Heatwave day. Rounsfell27/05/2018
Slow drag up and then incredible summit with views including the cuillin ridge on Skye.simonjallen02/04/2017
Continuation of walk from Sron a'Gharbh Choire Bhig. Headed north-west on path down to bealach, then up west flank of the hill and east to the summit. Then returned to bealach, steeply north-east down corrie and then boggy eroded path down Coire an Iubhair back to A 861. With DB and RP to the summit, then also with BC on return.Man of Kernow101/10/2016
Did after Sgorr Mhic Eacharna & Beinn Bheag. Descended from Beinn Bheag to 89951/63189 & up gully from Lochan Coire an Lubhair to 90197/62862. Steep but ok apart from a large boulder about half way up which didn't look too steady. Then up via 90226/62817 & 90414/62477 with some short bits of minor scrambling. A hard but great day.duchally31/05/2016
CK SheilaS30/03/2016
Hot, sunny, calm, scary and good views.iangalbraith18/04/2015
Coire an Iubhair horseshoe, anticlockwisedavidpettit8406/04/2015
Self, via Coire Iubhair. Snow from Bealach Feith.Highland Days17/03/2015
Did the wonderful round of Coire an Iubhair, over the Grahams to the E first. Followed the path up the glen for a short way & then forced a way up on to Druim an Iubhair. This was tedious but worth it once we were up. Followed the broad ridge along to Sgorr Mhic Eacharna & then round the increasingly rough ground to Beinn Bheag. From here, continued along to the minor tops at 692m & 682m & then dropped straight down to the bealach. Ascended a wet gully which looked easier from the bottom than it actually was: steep, slippery & loose at its narrowest point but then easier after that. Wound our way round the rough stuff to the summit & a terrific view before following the long SE ridge down to the starting point. This round didn't do my knees much good but it was worth it!NotReallyABagger10/09/2014
On the way to Lochaline dive trip.gilbatratchet04/05/2014
From SSW via the GT, CT and CT. Ptarmigan near summit. Mist made for interesting descent of N ridge: soon lost sketchy path, kept a bit E of crest, on steep grass, worked OK, traversed W to a col then up the P23 subCT bagged in passing. Then super-steep deer-trod descent to rejoin path, but kept L, following NE bank of impressive gorge, on rather alarmingly exposed deer trod! And so to Druim Min and back to road.RHW14/10/2013
Great hill. Descent into upper corrie very slippy.KevPalmer18/07/2013
corbett bagging weekend in strontian up from bridge to ridge onto summit. cracking views, one of the best corbetts.robertphillips02/12/2012
with Lorna - tough route via WNW gullyrad20/10/2012
Terrific day, fantastic rock.douglas_easton10/10/2012
Alone, using bike on Corran Ferry.Grinner21/07/2012
Grade 3 scramble via pinnacle ridge in 27 degree heatoliver_green27/05/2012
W Jenx, horseshoe of the Garbh Bheinn circuit, all topsnordicstar06/11/2010
Horseshoe around Coire an IubhairHarper10010/10/2010
2 of 3: From Sron a Ghairbh C. Mhoir.ChrisR05/09/2010
A grand viewpoint for one of the best hills in Sunart , superb views over Loch Linnetorkm24/05/2010
Spectacular rocky hill with interesting scrambling near the top. One of the best views ever down Loch Lihnnie and surrounding hills.gercal5310/04/2010
weekend of coming up to collect the Renault megane scenic that I bought on the Strontian weekend, with addition of Sgurr na Cnamh,Beinn Bheag and Sgorr Mhic Eacharnavegibagger16/07/2009
From Bridge nr Inversanda, with MoraBLACKHILL12/05/2009
Second round ascent.pwbellarby 2nd21/07/2008
WARC 06SRF01/06/2006
With a friend. Parked in Glen Tarbert about NM880605. After ascending the two tops of Meall a' Chuilinn we continued to the west top of Garbh Bheinn. The route is quite steep and fun towards the top. Snow was lying quite thick and crisp above 600m. We reached the main summit of Garbh Bheinn and descended SE following the tracks of others over the 823m top. After a while we headed SW to reach the road not far from our starting point. A superb day's walking.pwbellarby22/02/2006
Circuit from Inversandarjf3525/07/2004
MC JC. Climbed from Inversanda.Martin6622/02/2004
With Dave Hill climb via The Great Ridge - Richard McLellan and Arthur Whittaker's Last Corbett!zoob14/06/2003
With Zoe climb via The Great Ridge - Richard McLellan and Arthur Whittaker's Last Corbett!dchill14/06/2003
day not knownclashcityrocker01/04/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
Fantastic hill. FIrst climbed when climbing the route, Butterknife.gman09/09/1999
Climbed The Great Ridge with Simon Fairmanner with a detour half way to climb the shorter but harder Butterkife (severe)before rejoining the ridge to the summit. I then went off alone for a multi Marilyn bagging extension rejoining Simon at the lochside tent at 11pm - having made full use of the long evenings having been out for 16 hours since 7am (packing in as much as possible in case the weather changed for the worse) .Chris Pearson15/06/1998
from G Choire. Magnificent view of south face of RP. To col and on path on grassy runs to top at 12.30.arranc12/06/1998
Ascended via a long ridge from the SE. Cloudy but dry. Then returned via Coire an Iubhair to the E.Aye Jimmy30/05/1998
Solo tripInvicta1422/06/1997
Horseshoe of Garbh Bheinn, Beinn Bheag and Sgorr Mhic Eacharna with AJ. Many more repeats when back climbing The Great Ridge.Eddie07/09/1996
After climbing Excalibur with big Tutt. On the way down we trundled a boulder about the size of a fridge. After gaining plenty of momentum, this smashed into a larger boulder, this time about the size of a transit van. This rocked forward and for a fraction of a second we both thought it would start to roll, but with a strange smell of cordite it slumped back to it original position. If it had rolled down, it would have gone all the way to the road with possibly serious implications. I've never trundled since then.mindlessflogger31/03/1996
HF holiday in Glecoe in a very wet summer. This hill was climbed from the south. Misty on summit so no view. Needs to be revisited.ChinnockC10/08/1995
with Gavin. Cracker of a day, with views and a nice dip in river at the end, though midges hellish. We camped later that evening above Loch Na Uamh? and did Ben Hiant next day. Garch Bheinn well named. Went up a SW ridgeniallp26/07/1995
self. scramblingdavidsbatty01/07/1994