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Name:Beinn Eunaich
Hill number:249
Height:989m / 3245ft
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Catchment Boundaries, Etive
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 13566 32789
Summit feature:cairn
Col:564m  NN104319  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 586 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
73rd Munrolojzi86062127/10/2019
Climbed Beinn a'Chochuill then Beinn Eunaich, beatiful sunny day approx 20mph wind on summits only, 05:50hrs all in. Had stayed in OMC cottage in Ciarnlarich the night before so I could get there for 07:30am.chillyman820/09/2019
Lochawe station - Beinn a Chochuill - Beinn Eunaich - S ridge to Lochawe.Mark Jackson21/08/2019
Beinn a' Chochuill and Beinn Eunaich from roadside parking by entrance to Castles Farm. Clockwise circuit.welshyboyo08/06/2019
From Beinn a'Chocuill - a lot of descent and reascent.Isbjorn 3rd Round12/05/2019
On TGO Challenge, from Glen Noe, with Sue.Phreerunner11/05/2019
Fine sunny day- met Geordie team for company( and Scotch eggs!)younggl11/04/2019
Beinn a'Chochuill and Beinn EunaichHuwel10/10/2018
With Karen Daly & BusterHighland Days21/08/2018
Anticlockwise circuit from Castles Farm in just under 7 hours. Very good weather with amazing views. Extremely steep ascent onto ridge but otherwise straightforward.rlee504006/07/2018
From lay-by on B8077 near bridge over Allt Mhoille (NN 13556 28767). Clear farm track as far as NN 12360 31549 then ascended southeast ridge of Beinn a' Chochuill. Onwards to Beinn Eunaich via Bealach Lairig Lanachain. Descended the broad, grassy ridge south to NN 13297 30993 then down steep ground back to the farm track.david23020112/06/2018
Fantastic views!thekirkie pirate07/06/2018
Solo neil hutton14/05/2018
Up and down from grid ref 136288. Good whiteout at the top.liljonb22/02/2018
With Tom. From car about 200m NE of farm gate (8:05) up track by bridge, finally zig-zagging back on track to end of SE ridge. Ascended (path only at top) and along ridge to summit. Cloud and light snow cleared just in time for view. Back along ridge (retrieving dropped GPS), down to col and steeply up to summit. Cloud and light rain on top. Pleasant ridge walk down with very steep final descent. Back to car 14:10dbb28/04/2017
From Beinn a'Chochuill. Great views over Glen Kinglass on the ascent and Loch Awe on the descent, which includes a very steep grassy stretch from the S ridge to the track to Castles Farm.Nick Down108/10/2016
Euans 3rd Munro & that's me up to 128. I struggled on the ascent on this one even though it was no where near as steep as the first hill, I think its that after lunch dip. Euan first to the summit tackling the mountain top rough boulders with ease scaring his mother, he was perched on the cairn when I eventually got there. The wind was a bit stronger here so it was a quick photo shoot then descent down the shoulder towards Stob Maol then down to the track. Wildlife spotted 5 ravens in total & lots of sheepLizzieG29/08/2016
Beinn a'Chochuill and Beinn Eunaich from Drishaig.kdbennett21/08/2016
From B8077 with Beinn a'ChochuillGeoff Briggs31/05/2016
On own.MorecambeMonkey14/08/2015
Glen Strae circuit.justin99911/08/2015
Lovely sunny day!amelialloyd15/03/2015
Weather occasional clag with moderate wind, snow on ground.MountainMac21/02/2015
Lochawe - Beinn a'Chochuil - Beinn Eunaich - Beinn Eunaich E Top - Meall Copagach - Beinn Lurachan - Lochawecampagvelocet01/10/2014
From Castles Farm, Beinn Eunaich and Beinn a'Chochuill.rhalstead09/09/2014
2 of 2: From Beinn a Chochuill.ChrisR22/04/2014
Ascended with Beinn a'Chochuill from Loch Awe. Good views to the west and north.quadbarrel20/04/2014
Solo Uisdean2531/03/2014
See Beinn a chochull Descent not nice last bit to track Drop of earlier?pigerg25/05/2013
Round of Beinn Eunaich, Beinn a'Chochuill, Stob Diamh, Ben Cruachan and Beinn a'Bhuridh from Castles Farm. Day 39 of 59 for all Munros. 23km, +/-2500m, 10 hours.PGCE07/05/2013
Fantastic day with summits free of cloud and views from the Paps of Jura, Sound of Mull, Glen Etive, Blackmount, Bridge of Orchy, to Crienlarich munroes. Mostly snow free. Neve ascent of Eunaich slope. Ascent with David, retired teacher from N Yorkshirealexmaclennan08/04/2013
Jon Clarke, Nev Crostonhutonthehill31/03/2013
Over Stob Maol to Beinn Eunaich and Beinn a'ChochuillGallovidian07/10/2012
With Jenny. Beautiful autumnal day, from Dalmally went up the Allt Lariig Ianachain.Loz_mck07/10/2012
Early hill fog gave way to a fabulous day, slight breeze and cloud sea over towards Cruachan; becoming very warmCapt Malbec10/08/2012
Debs LAMM B ClassMountain Goat10/06/2012
LAMM day 2lithosyork10/06/2012
Completed with Beinn a'ChochuillRoblex28/05/2012
From Beinn a' Chochuill to the col and quickly up the western ridge. Back down the southern ridge to pick up the track back to Castles Farm.Windy Corner20/05/2012
From Beinn a'Chochuill with David. Easy climb to snow covered summit. Fine views across to Cruachan. Snow shower during descent. Spent night at Tigh na Truish pub on Seil Island.robhenderson24/04/2012
With RH bikes to start. Having set off from hotel we stopped on road to assemble bikes and ascend the relentlessly steep tracjk built up valley side. The first half mile took us through section for nursing highland cattle. A wary approach leaving them well alone was achieved. The track was efficient in its rate of ascent to the limits of tolerance. WE dropped bikes before ascending steep grassy slopes to reach shoulder leading to first summit a steep relentless climb. Great views of Ben Cruachan massive impressive ridge,david.walker4024/04/2012
Went up from Ian fae ballachuilish - icy underfoot and claggy overheadbasscadet01/12/2011
5th , with angelaThearlaichdubh20/11/2011
Beinn Eunaichtcrannoch04/06/2011
with dave after beinn a'chochuillmn2313/04/2011
Climbed this as 2nd of day on very wet day!dave neilson13/04/2011
along with bac good trackrobertphillips12/02/2011
Unfinished business from last year, snow from 700m but not very firm, super views below the clag at around 500mgeoffreybbb21/01/2011
WITH ololmunromurph09/08/2010