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Name:Glas Bheinn
Hill number:1367
Height:636m / 2087ft
RHB Section:18B: Sunart and Ardgour
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Eil, Catchment Boundaries, Shiel
Watershed:Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Greater Loch Linnhe
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 93954 75769
Summit feature:rock 3m S of trig point
Col:485m  NM931750  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 391
Observations:rock 85m WNW at NM 93878 75807 is 1-2m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 136 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Ascent of Glas Bheinn then Meall nan Damh. Followed track from Callop, was unable to cross stream at dam, so backtracked 250metres to bridge over stream, followed boggy but well-marked forest track to east end of woods, then directly ascended dryish slopes of Glas Bheinn. Then crossed flat bealach to Meall nan Damh. Decided to return to aforesaid bealach then head for bridge and small dam at entry to woods, then retraced steps to Callop.willyross29/10/2019
From Meall nan Damh in mist. Descent to forestry corner at hydro scheme and on access track back to Callop path.MichaelF21/09/2019
Meall nan Damh and Glas Bheinn from car park at Callop Bridge. Write-up at:
Up from Callop. Great day.ngthack12/04/2018
Round from car park by River Callop. W top and summit of Meall nan Damh, Glas Bheinn, Meall nam Maighheach. Some patches of hard snow, cloudy but good views.RobertP31/03/2018
in round from Glenfinnan with Peter Cottam Galltywenallt24/04/2017
with Jenx via Callops. Circuit included Meall nam Damph tops. Good deer rut on show.nordicstar13/10/2015
Excellent walking from Meall nan Damh, summit confirmed to be within 3m of trig pointalda10/09/2015
3 of 3: From Meall nan Damh.ChrisR02/07/2015
Solo. From Callop. Round of GB, MnD, SCaC (reascent) and MaB. Mild for November but very wet and wild on the tops.amswanston16/11/2013
Linear walk (2 cars) from Callop, Meall nan Damh,Glas Bheinn and Meall nam Maigheach to Garvan. Cloudbase 1500m, winds gusting to 70kph.jimbloomer14/11/2013
Trig revisit. Up from NNE, Callop, bridge and rough track to hydro intake then straight up. Fine but chilly day.RHW13/10/2013
From Callop car park, up new heavy duty track to about 130m elevation, then turn left onto a rough track that descends to a bridge over Allt na Cruaiche and through the forest and biting clegs to the open hillside. Nice ascent on short grass and thin heather. Onward along easy ridge to Meall nan Damh.Topographer5713/07/2013
round of 3 druim tarsuinn, meall nan damh, and glas bheinn from callop.robertphillips13/03/2013
Date shown above is first visit - was last hill of a long circuit from Callop. Recent examination of GPS trace shows that I didn't visit the summit! (going instead to the trig point). Revisited on 04/12/16, approaching on bike along Cona Glen making sure I visited the summit this time!!raffemeister14/04/2012
Log entry won't copyJohn Young01/04/2012
From M nan Damh. A very long drop on firm to a broad bealach at 13.20. Uphill on gentle slopes to trig 9717 at 14.00. Higher top is 100m to the west. A few stones on the highest boulder. My sixth and last Marilyn with this name. Viaduct in view and the Ban. |Gently down on rough ground, hidden boulders, slushy bits, deer grass, etc. to cross a fourth deer fence and a stream to an intake. Sloosh in stream to wet hat. New path on top of the pipe harnessing water for the scheme, to track and car at 16.15. 6 3/4 hrs.arranc04/07/2011
From Callop, with MoraBLACKHILL22/05/2009
Solo Uisdean2514/05/2006
Ascended from Meall nan Damh in good weather.JohnW15/06/2004
Date is first visit. Notes from later...cross ridge @ 932736, round corrie, dullish ridge, decent summit TP 635m, 1m < summit, on new 1:50k. Cona Glen anticlockwise from Inverscaddle RHW02/04/1999
Round of Meall a'Bhainne, Sgorr Craobh a'Chaorainn, Sgurr Ghiubhsachain, Meall nan Damh and Glas Bheinn from Glen Finnan road.Eddie27/03/1999
Bowkers 1500th Marilyn dayvegibagger11/07/1998
GavinTheobald 312/04/2019
Simon Winton11/01/2018
Sick Kid02/09/2016
Dave McG14/07/2015
Erik B14/07/2015
Johnny Corbett17/10/2014