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Name:Binnein Shios
Hill number:377
Height:667.1m / 2189ft
RHB Section:04B: Loch Treig to Loch Ericht
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 49253 85712
Summit feature:boulder
Col:385m  NN478837  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34 42
(1:25k) OL50 393
Observations:rock by cairn 20m WSW at NN 49238 85706 is 0.1m lower; outcrop 200m SW at NN 49102 85572 is 0.3m lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 177 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Luiblea via south east shore of Loch Laggan and south west ridge. A much nicer day than expected.Jon F03/11/2019
From the layby on A86 West of the bridge over the river Laggan. With Paul & Helen.MorecambeMonkey25/05/2019
From parking area on A86 SW of Loch Laggan, bike to S end of northermost body of Lochan na h-Earba, then on foot over Shios and Shuas. Recorded route and write-up at:
Walked up from Gatehouse at Ardverikie Estate, up to Loch Earba around to saddle between the two Grahams then up to summit. Superb winter conditions, hard walk but views when offered were excellent. Long walk back to the cottage on estate. Brilliant winter's day walk. Company: Soloiandesbottes12/02/2018
Solo, biked in from Kinloch Laggan.amswanston16/10/2017
G and A with John Hepburnarthurwhittaker12/08/2017
Directly up north ridge.alda08/08/2017
See Binnein Shuas.Peterb05/07/2017
Beautiful spring day. A great pair of hills.jenx16/03/2016
In combination with the Shuas. From Lubilea along the loch to below the col between the hills then steadily up Shios. Back to col then superb scramble up the Shuas through old snow. Good quick line back down to track and out.nordicstar16/03/2016
An awesome day. Clear blue skies, no wind but deep soft snow for much of the way making it hard going. Summitted with Pete Milne but bailed on Binnein Shaus due to conditions, failing to meet Martin McKay & Tim Dawson who had headed straight for our 2nd hillSpudGunn27/02/2016
Left car at Kinloch Laggan, hitched to Ardverikie, track to Earba bridge then direct up east ridge, down SE face to worn out track and long walk back to car. An awkward hill with many randon steep escarpments, may be easier albeit longer from west.Topographer5705/07/2014
We walked the long way round, which took 2 hours to get to the foot of the hill. cycling would have been better, but after that it was a steep climb up the hill (1hr) and we decided to shorten the day by heading over to the col and then descent on the north side of the hill avoiding the fenced forrest. back at the car in an hour and a half.tallblond15/06/2014
round of 2 grahams from luiblearobertphillips28/09/2013
see note on Binnein Shuas.IanHHill19/07/2013
MC DB. 6hr round with Shuas.Martin6621/10/2012
2 of 2: From Binnein Shuas.ChrisR27/09/2012
Solo. From parking area near bridge over Rive Spean. After ascending Binnein Shuas I continued to the summit of Binnein Shios passing over two minor tops before I got there. I descended S through a gap in the trees to the track beside Loch na h-Earba. The track was distinctly wet and muddy. It was in better condition once it joined the one on the other side of the loch.pwbellarby18/08/2012
RIB Uisdean2506/11/2011
Binnein Shios (NN492857) S/F NN487874 Perfect summer day - too hot by far!! Clear and sunny with no cloud, fresh wind pm making return paddle hard work. Paddle across Loch Laggan then follow forrest track to Lochan na h-earba. Steep climb with one difficult rocky bit so different route of discent. Fence posts provde a safe but steep decent south to lochan.John Young01/06/2011
With Mora, from LuibleaBLACKHILL04/06/2010
From Luiblea by Lochan na H-Earba to Binnein Shios, then back over Binnein ShuasGallovidian07/08/2009
From Shuas. Down over grassy runs, sharp bend into trough and down to grassy gully between crags. Onto moor and down to large open bealach. Very long trudge to long undulating top for 3/4 m to top. 13.35. Nasty return to loch side and car, Midges and flies. At car 11 1/4 m, 7 1/4 hrs.arranc22/06/2003
Ascended from Luiblea.JohnW17/05/2002
Self and SallyInvicta1427/06/2001
Alasdair McKenziedonmeister03/01/2001
Binnein Shuas and Binnein Shios from midge invested Lochan Earba wild camp.Eddie18/08/2000
fine summit, descent thru new plantn c. 475850. A86 Luiblea Br 433830, return by tk E bk L Laggan RHW29/12/1998
Am Bodach20/06/2020
GavinTheobald 325/01/2020
dave g27/06/2018
Simon Winton21/08/2017
Crawford Lindsay05/12/2016