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Name:Sgurr Fhuaran East Top
Hill number:3675
Height:910m / 2986ft
Parent (Ma):815  Sgurr Fhuaran
Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Grid ref:NG 98821 16515
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:884m  NG985164  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 414N 414S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Steve Smith on the 5 sisters ridge. Quick nip down from Sgurr Fhuaran and back to re-join the ridge. GPS gave 875m for the col and 904m for summit, suggesting a p29. Survey needed perhaps.jonglew22/10/2017
Encouraged by Jon Glew to leave Kintail ridge for the 1 mile e/w on the pretext it was a possible unsurveyed CTM. Indeed our basic survey showed a drop of 29m suggesting a proper survey required. Turns out it has been surveyed at 26m. Oh well with only 13 logs including ours pleased we did it.SteveSmith22/10/2017
Gavin Theobald25/05/2013