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Name:Na h-Uamhachan
Hill number:4305
Height:691m / 2267ft
Parent (Ma):785  Braigh nan Uamhachan
RHB Section:10D: Mallaig to Fort William
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 96690 84262
Summit feature:rock
Col:583m  NM 97034 85042  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 398E
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 85 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From SW, Craigag car park, forest road, steep grass, good ridge. Grey morning, high clouds, a few drops of rain. Back to forest road and up Tuim S summitRHW07/05/2018
SMMC meet Corran, with Jim Graham and Trevor Websterclashcityrocker19/04/2018
Solo.Dangerous Dave01/10/2017
With Iain P on a perfect summer's day, from Gleann Dubh Ligne, returning by Gleann Fionnlighe.Phreerunner01/08/2016
See Streapdickscroop01/06/2016
Braigh nan Uamhachan ridge from just W of Loch Eil. Used forestry roads to access the two Tumps at S end of ridge (Druim na Saille, Stob Lochan Lourie), then Na h-Uamhachan, Sron Liath, Braigh nan Uamhachan and descent into Gleann Fionnlighe. Fine day with outstanding views across to Streap ridge.RobertP14/04/2016
From Gleann Dubh Lighe bothy.Eddie13/03/2014
Braigh na Uamhachan via Gleann Dubh Lighe to edge of forest, then along the ridgedavidpettit8402/01/2014
Hot, sunny, sharp wind, good views.iangalbraith25/05/2013
self (Braigh nan Uamhachan)davidsbatty06/02/2013
Alone, from A830.Grinner04/11/2012
KT Uisdean2526/01/2001
Start of circuit of two Corbetts, including Streap on the other side of the valley.Aye Jimmy20/09/1998
On good forest road on west bank of very full river. Lots of noise, waterfalls. Coal tit. grey wagtail. Past bothy. 2 buzzards sitting on a tree. To forest edge and 900' up by fence on deer tracks on very wet steep swamp, tussock and heather. To ridge to visible horizon and into mist to top. to Liath.arranc20/07/1998
Ascended in perfect conditions from Gleann Fionnlighe, heading for Braigh nan Uamhachan.JohnW28/05/1991
Sick Kid25/01/2019
Dave McG02/09/2017
Alan Whatley14/04/2017
Sick Kid08/09/2013
Johnny Corbett30/05/2013
Martin R27/03/2013
Andrew Simmons21/10/2012
ancient brit14/09/2011
Gavin Theobald00/00/2008