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Name:Beinn na Cille
Hill number:1376
Height:652m / 2139ft
RHB Section:18C: Morvern and Kingairloch
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 85397 54210
Summit feature:rock
Col:459m  NM853549  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 49
(1:25k) 376 383E
Observations:rock is 38m WNW of cairn which is at NM 85432 54196 and 0.5m lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 215 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at the end of the forestry track, then straight up between the blocks of forestry. Nasty terrain, tussocks, holes, bracken, hidden rocks and steep, up to a decrepit, low fence. Beinn na Killer. Slightly better above, with the angle easing close to the summit. Nice views from the top. Descended west, much better going, not as steep, no bracken, and picked up an ATV track when the gradient eases, leading neatly to the track leading down through the forestry. This is probably a much better way up the hill too.Gill21/10/2019
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
Blue sky sunny day, light breeze. As part of horseshoe from Glen Galmadale. Rounsfell12/05/2018
From the road near the telecom's mast. Crampons needed near the top.mindlessflogger26/02/2018
up and down before the rain came. Up by the forest and down by the col next to Fuar BheinnIanHHill22/05/2017
Carried on to Fuar Bheinn & Creach Bheinn. No stalking onfo on 'outdooraccess-scotland' website. Contact Kingairloch Estate. 01967 411242/07881 805465duchally22/09/2016
With Iain P on a fine circuit from Glengalmadale.Phreerunner02/08/2016
With M, on Fuar Bheinn/Creach Bheinn round. Very steep start from road, fantastic walk.douglas_easton26/05/2016
With Peter Cottam, up Glen Galmadale then stream to col Galltywenallt18/04/2016
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
Around of the Glamadale horseshoe. Views superb.kenmorti05/04/2015
Glen Galmadale horseshoe, clockwisedavidpettit8402/04/2015
From Fuar Bheinn. Back down west ridge to Coire Ghardail, lower part through long and tussocky grass. Track back to car.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 clockwise.robertphillips27/09/2012
1st of the horseshoe tops with Darren-in cloud -after a steep ascent.I set off wrong way from top!-checked by Darren and compass.Chris Pearson23/07/2012
With Stuart & MichelleJamesSDonald04/05/2012
Ascended from the bealach between Beinn na Cille and Fuar Bheinn in clear sunny wether.JohnW23/04/2012
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 stiff slog from Camasnacroise for the first top on the Glen Galmadale horseshoetorkm25/05/2010
With Mora from GlengalmadaleBLACKHILL14/04/2010
Solo Uisdean2527/06/2009
1 of 6: From B8043 at Glengalmadale bridge.ChrisR16/06/2009
Alone with corbettsSpudGunn01/06/2008
with Eivor, steep haul up this one then round of Glen Galmadale. N wind, sunny, great views to Rum, Lochaber and L Linnhe. 3 others on hills. fine round.over 7.5 hours, sore knees!niallp15/03/2008
W Jenx and Andy R on classic winter circuitnordicstar25/02/2006
On circuit of Glengalmadale to do Corbetts.Aye Jimmy26/08/2001
MC JC with Fuar / Creach Bheinn.Martin6608/07/2001
v steep grass, fine hill. Kingairloch B8043 @ 848530 RHW01/04/1999
From bridge at Kingairloch. Monster clamber up very steep bracken slopes straight from road. Eventually to more gentle grassy slopes and stroll over to top. 11.45. to F Bheinn.arranc13/06/1998
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
Am Bodach14/07/2019
Sick Kid19/05/2019