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Name:Beinn Bhreac
Hill number:1458
Height:441m / 1447ft
RHB Section:20A: Jura, Scarba and Colonsay
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Maritime area:Islay, Jura & surrounding islands
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NR 53325 77886
Summit feature:cairn
Col:252m  NR536759  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 61
(1:25k) 355S
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 71 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Using Evans path then ascent from the East of Loch na Fudarlaich. Cloud lifting as I made my way directly West to Scrinadle then on to Corra Bheinn.NormanW25/04/2019
Bhreac, Scrinadle and Corra Bheinn anti-clockwise. 7.5 hrs. Roadside parking f0r 4/5 cars. Evans Walk was very boggy till higher up.AndrewFinnimore25/03/2019
From Scrinadle. Fed up with the mist, so took a direct line east down below the cloud base and up over the stream, left (north) of Allt a Chromain. Some boulders, heather, long grass, but not as bad as it looked on the map. Then south to the high point of Evans path back to the car.Owen B21/08/2018
Evans path/bog/stream, Beinn Bhreac, Scrinadle, Corra Bheinn.PGCE22/04/2018
Solo, round of CB, S and BB.amswanston11/06/2017
5th hill of a 14 hill circular from Lagg, climbing Cnoc Breac, Cnoc Mor nan Cnoc, Leac Fhola and Beinn Tarsuinn. Onwards to Scrinadle on a lengthy traverse to a waterfall for lunch.Dazingdale04/06/2017
From Craighouse with ScrinadleGeoff Briggs28/05/2017
With Corra Bheinn via the Evans Path.Chris Peart09/05/2017
The pair of Scribadle and Beinn Breac with Jenx via the Evans path. Once over the col on Corra Bheinn a contour line at 210m is good to get a high foothold on Scrinadle. Return the same line and at end of reverse contour a ditect line up onto Beinn Breac. A fine descent line contouring lower eaks on deer track lands one on the Evans path at 260m and an hours quick descent back to the car.nordicstar29/05/2016
Continuation from Scrinadle was straightforward, and found a nice rout back to the Evans path at the bealach.jenx29/05/2016
clockwise round of corra bheinn,scrindale, and beinn bhreac from evans path cp.robertphillips19/09/2015
With: hb; Ascended from tent by Loch Fudarlaich Beag and returned by same route.Ian Baines22/05/2014
With Mora, from main road at nr550731.BLACKHILL18/04/2014
Thank heaven for the Evans path. Did it after Scrinadle so did not make much use of the aforesaid path even on the descent. After the lengthy dry spell one (or three) can walk anywhere.Martin R12/06/2012
As Martin R. with Cliff S. on this super smaller hill with lovely all round views. Then walk back where you want as conditions are so dry underfoot.Dugswell212/06/2012
lovely hill, saw my second adder. great way down back to the evans pathtallblond12/06/2012
To Islay for SCD weekend. Parked at start of Evans Walk. Kept higher up this time but still found bogs and unpleasant walking. Across the river to top of path. On better path for 3/4m to a bealach. To highest point of the pass and gentle walk into a side valley following deer tracks. To lochans and a continuation N to top at 11.00.arranc04/05/2007
fine bulky hill, fair view, NB first part of tk from SE v boggy. 2Ms anticlock from 550731 RHW26/03/2002
From Evan's Track en route to Feolin Ferry with overnight tent.Eddie01/06/1999
With Neil and GarryTheWicken24/05/1998
Gavin Theobald30/04/2017
Campbell Singer19/05/2014
Alan Whatley26/03/2013
Tony Rogers14/06/2012
Dee Rogers14/06/2012
Alison R09/06/2012
Tom Mundell16/04/2011
sarah mundell16/04/2011