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Name:Fuar Bheinn
Hill number:1374
Height:766m / 2513ft
RHB Section:18C: Morvern and Kingairloch
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 85348 56334
Summit feature:cairn
Col:540m  NM853574  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 376 383E
Survey:obvious summit
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On first day of solo week in Ardgour/Sunart. The Glen Galmadale horseshoe. Parked just E of bridge & then climbed steeply between forestry & river on other side of it to summit of Beinn na Cille. Definitely easier to use E bank of river. A bit of a slog. Stags roaring everywhere. Dropped N to low col & then an easier wander up to Fuar Bheinn & then round to Creach Bheinn. Continued to Maol Odhar & then completed the round before dropping back gently to starting point. Noisy stags all day but only actually saw 2 lone hinds.NotReallyABagger29/09/2019
with Jonathanjwbellarby03/07/2019
Wet, windy and misty - descended too far NW and had to adjust to Edavechaffey28/11/2018
Blue sky sunny day, light breeze. As part of horseshoe from Glen Galmadale. Rounsfell12/05/2018
From the north with GHC. Easy start on the track but a hard slog across the moor to the start of the final push. Great views.Play2End20/04/2018
From Beinn na Cille. Bit nippy at the top with biting easterly, so we decided to do the ridge west to Glas Bheinn and descend to the forest road at 836548. This seemed more appropriate for the winter conditions and left us with energy for the rest of the week.mindlessflogger26/02/2018
Did with Beinn na Cille & Cruach Bheinn. No stalking info on 'outdootaccess-scotland' web site. Contact Kingairloch Estate. 01967 411242/07881 805465duchally22/09/2016
With Iain P on a fine circuit from Glengalmadale.Phreerunner02/08/2016
Circuit from Glengalmadalerjf3507/08/2015
Round of Glen Galmadale with Richard, Luigi & Mia (dog). From car (10:30) at foot of glen, up steeply by wood and above to SE ridge and B na Cille (12:25). Rain started, cloud down. Northward down to col and up ridge to Fuar Bheinn (13:50). Rain stopped, still in cloud. Down to broad col then up long stony slope to Creach Bheinn (15:15). Cloud lifted, views appeared. Walked down past Napoleonic lookout then followed long grassy ridge round top and E of glen back to start (18:35). Good day in the end.dbb13/06/2015
With M. Wonderful day over both Corbetts and the Graham. M's feet in bad way. Fortunately fairly easy after initial steep ascent on Beinn na Cille, nice grassy ridge on way down. Very midgy in glen.douglas_easton26/05/2015
On a round of the Glamadale horseshoe. Views superb.kenmorti05/04/2015
Glen Galmadale horseshoe, clockwisedavidpettit8402/04/2015
Another dry day. More cloud around than on previous days but cloud base remained above summit. Track and path up west side of Coire Ghardail then up west face. On to Beinn na Cille.Topographer5714/10/2013
2nd visit with Tricky. Sublime autumnal weather.Smudge11/10/2013
round of beinn na cille, fuar bheinn, and creach bheinn from bend in road clockwiserobertphillips27/09/2012
Another cloudy,cold, windy summit -but all good exercise and it may improve and no rain and going back to the excellent warm, comfortable Corran bunkhouse with suana, so what is there to complain about? On the Horseshoe with Darren.Chris Pearson23/07/2012
With Stuart & MichelleJamesSDonald04/05/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave18/04/2012
with Alex Thomsondavidsbatty27/02/2012
With Jon & Laura. Stayed at Blackwater Hostel, Kinlochleven.Grinner09/07/2011
Solo ascent with dogs. Staying in Ardtornish for Alan and Laura's anniversaryalexmaclennan13/06/2011
A walk N for the 2nd top in the horseshoe over grass and heather in perfect walking conditionstorkm25/05/2010
Toughest walk of the year so far. Steep and dificult ascent at the start. Walking amongst a herd of goats at the summit of the first hill. Long tedious walk up a road to complete the walk, 9hrs 30 mins.gercal5303/05/2010
With Mora from GlengalmadaleBLACKHILL14/04/2010
100thtom smith16/11/2009
2 of 6: From Beinn na Cille.ChrisR16/06/2009
Alone. In conjunction with circuit over Corbett and GrahamSpudGunn01/06/2008
with Eivor, from G Galmadale farm up B na Cille, Fuar Bheinn and Creach Bheinn and horseshoe round. N wind, sunny, great views to Rum, Lochaber and L Linnhe. 3 others on hill. fine round.over 7.5 hours, sore knees!niallp15/03/2008
WARC 06SRF01/06/2006
Creach Bheinn (NM 871576) & Fuar Bheinn (NM 853563) S/F NM867530. Overnigh camp at NM865543 before and after ascents. Rain am with low cloudbase, sheltered from strong wind in valley. Brighter later, some snow on higher sheltered slopes. Careful navigation required on steep descent into valley after second ascent.John Young01/04/2006
W Jenx and Andy R, classic horseshoe of two corbetts and grahamnordicstar25/02/2006
with Alastair WoodIanHHill30/07/2002
Circuit with Creach Bheinn from Glengalmadale, as in SMC Corbett guide.Aye Jimmy26/08/2001
MC JC Round with Creach Bheinn and Beinn na Cille. Hills very green after prolonged spell of rain. Bracken to head height up Beinn na Cille. Higher up, plenty of moths - red, russet and black. Thick mist down to 425m. Visibility about 20m all day. Lots of white bottomed spiders and deer.Martin6608/07/2001
day not knownclashcityrocker01/04/2000
KT Uisdean2517/04/1999
from Cille. Easily downhill over grass to col and steady 1 1/4m trudge on grass and a few boulders to top at 12.55. to C Bheinn.arranc13/06/1998
Solo tripInvicta1423/06/1997
Day trip from Stonehaven. From Camasnacroise on narrow B8043. Solo. Ascended steeply at the north end of a wood to reach the southern slopes of Beinn na Cille. I reached its summit and continued N to reach the summit of Fuar Bheinn. Continued to Creach Bheinn. To the NE of the summit, at a col with a minor top, there are two stone dykes with three hut circles between them, said to be a relic of the Napoleonic Wars. I continued over Maol Odhar and Meall nan Each. I missed the last ferry, so had to drive round Loch Eil and then back to Stonehaven.pwbellarby24/05/1997
Horseshoe of Beinn na Cille, Fuar Bheinn, Cruach Bheinn and Meall nan Each from Glengalmadale.Eddie26/07/1996
Corbett bagging: Creach Bheinn and Fuar Bheinn RHW27/05/1991
Ascended from Glen Galmadale with the summit in cloud. Second ascent 09/04/2014 from forest track near Kingairloch House in clear visibility.JohnW01/08/1990