|Name:||Beinn an Duibhe|
|Height:||223m / 732ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1118 Sgribhis-bheinn|
|RHB Section:||16A: Cape Wrath Peninsula|
|Catchment:||Durness, Catchment Boundaries|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (200-299m), Yeaman|
|Grid ref:||NC 34985 70024|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 9|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 11 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From high point in road above Inshore. Over Moavally, then across to Beinn Dearg, and back via Beinn an Duibhe. A fine trek around using the limited time between first and last ferry/bus.||jenx||25/08/2018|
|AFter Maovally and Beinn Dearg route arched in a direct enough line back to the road at Inshore cott. Used the road nr pt height 106 to climb the hill easily. Great views of estuary and seals on the sands. Back to road and to Achiemore before the last minibus gave us a lift to the ferry. Just doable between the first and last ferry this trip.||nordicstar||25/08/2018|
|A good clear view (at last) to lift the spirits before the final tramp back to the ferry.||Tony S||14/08/2018|
|Keoldale ferry very busy, arrived at expected start time and got onto 3rd boatload, luckily didn't need minibus as would have been a long wait. Walked road; bizarrely good 3G here - first time for a couple of days!||RHW||27/05/2014|