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Name:Sgurr an Fhuarail South Top
Hill number:3213
Height:854m / 2802ft
Parent (Ma):828  Aonach Meadhoin
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NH 06115 13166
Summit feature:cairn
Col:800m  NH059133  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414N 414S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 146 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
2nd Repeatchalky195312/05/2019
From Cluanie Inn along An Caorann Beag to Bealach a' Choinich, up Sgurr a' Fhuarail, then out to Aonach Meadhoin and return, descent to Cluanie Inn via Sgurr an Fhuarail South Top. With JS.kdbennett28/05/2018
With Steve Smith. Traverse of the Kintail Three Brothers ridge - Cluanie Hotel to battle memorial.jonglew21/10/2017
Afternoon walk from Cluanie Inn with Dave and Scott in wet conditions.barnz4829/09/2017
squrr an fhuarail south top and squrr an fhuarail from the cluanie inn.robertphillips14/08/2017
On New Year trip to Shiel Lodge at Shiel Bridge with CUHWC friends. Linear walk along the 'three brothers' to Cluanie Inn.AGWilliamson29/12/2015
On New Year trip to Shiel Lodge at Shiel Bridge with CUHWC friends. Linear walk along the 'three brothers' to Cluanie Inn.Mark Jackson29/12/2015
Carn Dearg MC meet Kintail, with Scott Moncur.clashcityrocker05/09/2015
Another fine top on this round of three Munros.Play2End02/08/2015
See log for Saileag/Sgurr a'Bhealaich Dheirg/Aonach Meadhoin.MorecambeMonkey26/06/2014
Done solo heading east along the ridge. Last summit of the day.Aimless Rambler28/05/2014
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave03/11/2012
Start of Brothers and Sisters daydickscroop11/06/2012
Climbed up from the Claunie inn car park Note that OS Landranger (33, ed C1) has this summit as 864mEdgemaster12/04/2011
CK SheilaS09/05/2007
with Paul SuttonShutterlag13/10/2005
Company: Solo. Finally the pub is close. Great ridge.iandesbottes16/09/2001
Cloud above and below, dry, middle distance views only.iangalbraith28/08/2000
First Top with Ted and Jenny.Dugswell203/08/2000
having camped at W end of loch Claunie with Jasper the Dalmatian, I'd diven down to a bit before Shiel bridge, left the car and then up to the W end of South Glenshiel ridge, all the way W-E to Creag a'Mhaim, down to camp and next day E-W all along the brothers and sisters in too hot weather and not enough water had me skimming insects off the top of small summit ridge lochans to drink from. Finally steeply off the W edge of the Five Sisters and stuck out my thumb and fortunately someone stopped and relieved my tired legs to get a lift back to my Citroen Xantia. 13 new Munros in 2 days.vegibagger17/05/1999
With Jonathan and James. From Cluanie Inn, going up grassy slopes, finding and using parts of an old stalking path – little used, and joining SE ridge of Sgùrr an Fhuarail. Reached the summit of Sgùrr an Fhuarail and went along to Aonach Meadhoin. Returned to Sgùrr an Fhuarail. Went down to a point somewhat west of Bealach a' Choinich, and up to Ciste Dhubh. Ciste Dubh was Jonathan and James’s last Munro. We went over Aonach Meadhoin since that was James’s penultimate Munro. He had earlier in the day done Blaven as that had to be done as part of his Munros. We returned on path going all the way from the summit of Ciste Dubh via An Caorann Beag to the road – very wet and muddy. We had a celebratory dinner at the Conchra Hotel with Anne and Helen.pwbellarby06/07/1996
On traverse of N glen Shiel Ridge with PG/KWJohnIvor06/06/1996
On way back to the starting point.Aye Jimmy03/02/1996
Steeply up from Glen Shiel to Saileag and along ridge to Cluanie InnPeterD07/08/1993
self (Aonach Meadhoin)davidsbatty27/12/1992
first ascent date n/k, lost guidebook :-(, probably around summer 1994, caught bus to cluanie from shiel bridge and climbed up onto first top directly from there. Following the whole ridge back to shiel bridge, a long day!rum doodle 01/01/1990
JEB Uisdean2502/01/1985
With: ag mp ri ls ip jmr; From Cluanie Inn up SE slope of S top in neep snow. Easier on ridge to summit. SW to Aonach Meadhoin then to Sg a'Bhealaich Dearg. Down to W top then Saileag & descend SE to forest track back to A87. Hitched back to Cuanie Inn.Ian Baines22/03/1983
Ascended from Cluanie.JohnW02/05/1978
carole engel29/07/2020
Erik B14/10/2018
Sick Kid30/06/2018
Tony S31/07/2017
Pete R09/07/2017