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Name:Stuc Loch na Cabhaig
Hill number:3244
Height:888.1m / 2914ft
Parent (Ma):970  Beinn Dearg
RHB Section:13A: Loch Torridon to Loch Maree
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Ewe, Catchment Boundaries, Torridon
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NG 89131 61598
Summit feature:cairn
Col:808.4m  NG 8916 6122  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19 24
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Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 103 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Through Bealach a' Chomhla on the track to NG 8819 6103 whence headed for NG 8844 6183 to start the ascent up onto here. Path was found at a good height, but easy ascent prior to, on steep grassy ramps and some scrambling.jonglew15/09/2018
On the way to Beinn Dearg. Took a slightly too northerly line up the ridge and missed the faint path, but no real problems on a fine and dry day.Owen B09/07/2018
Beinn Dearg from Abhain Coire Mhic Nobuil car park. Horrendously windy on top but a magnificent mountain all the same. With Theresa.MorecambeMonkey19/05/2018
As part of Ben Dearg ridge; was glad to see the summit after steep pull up ridge!MichaelF17/07/2017
Good path up west ridge. Easier than expected. Solo.Dangerous Dave26/05/2017
First summit on the Beinn Dearg horseshoe. Looked very steep from the Bealach, but wasn't too bad if you zig zagged a lot.ngthack03/07/2015
with Tony, Dee and Lionel on route up to Beinn Deargbatrigg12/05/2014
With Dr Alidickiewren02/05/2014
with Jamie and dog Ben-Jivegibagger10/04/2012
2nd day Fisherfield circuit w Jenx, up from Torridon and to col between Alligin and BD. Bagged tops and walk out to Poca Buidhe bothy (under Beinn an Eoin)nordicstar27/05/2008
Aborted attempt on Beinn Dearg due to rain and high winds, from car park near Torridon Houserjf3501/08/2007
1 of 5: From Coire Mhic Nobuil CP.ChrisR19/04/2007
First summit on way to Beinn Dearg as described in SMC Corbett guide.Aye Jimmy11/06/2006
CK, Warwick, Nick SheilaS04/04/1999
Round of Stuc Loch na Cabhaig, Beinn Dearg and Carn na Feola from Torridon village.Eddie22/10/1996
From Alligin car park to the bridge and on path towards pinnacles, but struck over swamp leading gradually to bealach. Footprints confirmed that someone else had passed this way before. On shoulder of hill and final dramatic ridge to top. at 12.50. to Dearg.arranc19/07/1996
Date unknown - SURC - Winter ConditionsSidath1601/03/1990
Ascended after Beinn Dearg in snowy conditions. Descended from here.JohnW27/03/1988
JEB Uisdean2506/10/1984
Johnny Corbett22/06/2019
Sick Kid31/03/2019
Erik B30/04/2018
Wycombe Wanderer06/06/2016
Sick Kid20/09/2015
Lionel Bidwell12/05/2014
hill walker12/07/2013
steven morrice07/07/2013
Gavin Theobald01/06/2013
Dave Geere02/06/2012