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Name:Beinn na Cloiche
Hill number:335
Height:646m / 2119ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Lochy
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 28471 64860
Summit feature:small cairn on outcrop
Col:452m  NN270642  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 385W 392
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 146 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Creag Ghuanach, Beinn na Cloiche, Meall a' Bhainne, Garbh Chnapan, Meall na Lice from Corrour. Camped overnight close to summit of Creag Ghuanach. Very warm for April, light breeze and good, slightly hazy views.RobertP21/04/2019
Walked in from end of Glen Nevis, stayed night at Staoineag Bothy.Grinner17/11/2018
Rannoch(train) Corrour Ghuanaich Cloiche GlasBheinn Kinlochleven(bus) FtWilliam(train) Rannoch. A wilderness hill surrounded on all sides by bigger hills, a nice place but no phone signals and a slightly scary place to be alone.Topographer5704/09/2018
From Staoineag bothy via Beinn na Cloiche and Leum Uilleim to Corrour station.twg2727/03/2018
Climbed Glas Bheinn on the way. Work going on at the dam at W end of Loch Eilde Mor so I wasn't allowed to cross it(H&S). There's another(temporary ?) crossing at 21476/62941duchally16/09/2016
2 of 4: From Creag Ghuanach.ChrisR25/08/2016
See Leum Uilleim. First top of 6 in the day.dickscroop05/06/2015
round of glas bheinn and beinn na cloiche from kinlochleven.robertphillips12/02/2012
Day 3 of pre-CUHWC Corrour trip. Walked to Staoineag Bothy, left some gear there for overnight, then went out to Beinn na Cloiche and the nearby HuMP in pouring rain and driving winds. Could not cross the river to do Glas Bheinn. With Mark and Phil.AGWilliamson06/09/2011
Wet week in Corrour with Andrew and Phil from CUHWC. Too wild & wet to do Munros Tuesday so walked out to Staoineag bothy. Then tried to do Glas Bheinn but river uncrossable so went up Beinn na Chloiche & Meall a' Bhainne. Constant driving rain.Mark Jackson06/09/2011
Backpack trip around Rannoch with Jenx - climbing both Corbetts and Grahams - exit following day from Corrournordicstar06/08/2011
RIB Uisdean2518/04/2011
with DC and JCMartin6628/03/2010
Done from Loch Chiarain bothy walking in the previous day with Martin66 & Calum. Calum was using this as training for a planned 100 Munros in 100 days jaunt, although his feet seemed to have other ideas as he went through a whole packet of Compeed - my Compeed - on the walk in to the bothy. Left Kinlochleven & followed the path through the woods alongside the River Leven to the reservoir dam & continued over rougher ground to the bothy. A cold night not helped by Calum insisting we light the fire & burn all our fuel way too early. He then bailed out the following morning while Martin66 & I headed N up to Beinn na Cloiche. We then traversed W over very rough stuff to the N ridge of Glas Bheinn as occasional snow showers swept in. Descended SW to rejoin the outward path to Kinlochleven - and a hobbling Calum - for tea & cakes at the Ice Factor. Not sure if Calum ever managed 1 Munro in 100 days afterwards never mind 100.NotReallyABagger28/03/2010
Up from col with Meall a' Bhainne. Clegs out in force. A decent shower on the way towards Glas Bheinn cut their numbers down.campagvelocet13/07/2009
From Kinlochleven. Clear of trees on track around Loch Eilde Mor, over the shoulder of one hill and down and up to the shoulder of Glas Bheinn.Glimpses of Blackwater dam. Very wet, unmaintained, boggy paths, over a stream to get onto slopes of hill. Easy progress for almost two miles to top at 14.15. complete change of everything at car. 8 3/4 hrs.arranc07/07/2009
On way back to Kinlochleven from Leum Uilleim. Small cairn on rocky top near wee lochan.Aye Jimmy04/05/2007
fine hill, fine view of Treig & Grey Corries. Corrour Sta, bypass Uilleim, cross river nr Staoineag, retn via tk (& rly bed) RHW19/02/2000
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL18/05/1999
Round of Creag Ghuanach, Glas Bheinn, Beinn na Cloiche and Leum Uilleim from Corrour Station.Eddie19/08/1995
GavinTheobald 328/05/2020
carole engel03/05/2019
hill walker06/08/2017
Simon Winton24/07/2017
Wycombe Wanderer06/05/2017
Colin Crawford17/05/2016
Martin R15/02/2016
Sick Kid18/10/2014
Denise 01/03/2014