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Name:Aonach Eagach - Sgorr nam Fiannaidh
Hill number:178
Height:967.7m / 3175ft
RHB Section:03A: Loch Leven to Rannoch Station
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 14048 58295
Summit feature:remains of trig point
Col:345m  NN414599  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 774 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Said goodbyes to father-son duo on top who were much faster than me.iangpark09/08/2020
Alan, Andrew, Jane, Jo, Kate, Kev, Steve and TorilNHWC29/09/2019
11.4 miles, 3997ft walk.stephenbuda20/09/2019
NHWCScmccabe 29/08/2019
Climbed with Andy Ravenhill of West Coast Mountain Guides, joined by Allan & Charlotte. Started at layby west of Allt-na-reigh, up Am Bodach, Meall Dearg, across the Aonach Eagach ridge, Stob Coire Lieth then Short nan Fiannaidh, descending alongside Allt nan t-Sidhein to the layby opposite the Clachaig junction. Beautiful sunny day all day, to hot at times with the helmet and harness on, but great day.chillyman803/08/2019
Paul and Terri16/05/2019
Steve Clark15/05/2019
Anoach Eagach in Winter - lovely day.atreides788718/03/2019
MK, CBUisdean2502/02/2019
From Old Glencoe Road (NN 10658 58792). Followed the Pap of Glencoe path and then headed east along a clear path at NN 12363 58605. Lower sections muddy and badly eroded in places, lots of loose scree in the upper sections. Low cloud so no view from the summit except seeing a herd of wild goats! Returned via the same route.david23020122/08/2018
Glencoe YH - Sgorr nam Fiannaidh - Stob Coire Leith - Aonach Eagach (both tops) - Meall Dearg - Am Bodach - Sron Gharbh - road - An Torr - Glencoe YH.Mark Jackson22/08/2018
Pete R10/07/2018
Sick Kid01/07/2018
Followed orbital path up to this Munro. Long up with some scree paths. Nothing technical. Returned the same route. With weekend walkersZoe Little09/06/2018
Scott Morley 8619/05/2018
Alan & Lyndsay Munro tough rubbly pathLizzieG18/05/2018
From Glencoe village. Summit clear, nearby mountains still under stubborn cloud.Windy Corner02/09/2017
SoloGeraldine Fardon02/09/2017
perfect weather for the ridge!FCMark01/09/2017
As part of Aonach Eagach traverseemily05/08/2017
With 3 guys. Perfect weather. Tired legs.mn2314/05/2017
From parking SE of Bridge of Coe, path up towards bealach with Pap of Glencoe, then up Cnap Glas, continued to summit, returned same way. Near whiteout on summit.kdbennett16/04/2017
Stayed in Blackrock cottage with climbing club. Completed whole ridge with Dave Curry in 8 hrsJamesSDonald08/04/2017
a great view well worth the effort. completed it via the whole traverseAristotle Chip23/03/2017
Winter skills course Day 3 With DLJ Chris H Alan Thomas plus guide and one other none GMC jps66608/02/2017