|Height:||388m / 1273ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1295 Orval|
|RHB Section:||17D: Canna, Rhum and Eigg|
|Maritime area:||Ardnamurchan to Sound of Sleat|
|Class:||Hump, Tump (300-399m)|
|Grid ref:||NG 31449 00645|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass near edge of cliff|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 32 39|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 40 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Solo from Kinloch. Biked to Malcolm's Bridge on Harris road. From there good track all the way here but went off piste to pick off Minishal and Fionchra en-route.||jonglew||04/05/2018|
|Out and back from Guirdil bothy via Bealach an Dubh-bhraigh. Coal fire preferred on such a wet and windy day.||Eddie||21/03/2018|
|Long walk from Kinloch as for Orval to Bealach a' Bhraig Bhig; crossing this felt like going into an empty quarter- just Guirdil bothy below. Little wildlife, too, goats and skylarks. The Sea Eagles' nest had failed this year so they were away. Spectacular views from the summit- long steep slopes with broken cliffs, Canna nearer than Kinloch, long views in the clear air. Back same way- very worthwhile day.||pwheeler||05/06/2017|
|E-bike from Kinloch to Malcolm's Bridge and pony track/path via Bealach a'Bhraigh Bhig about 370m below Orval's cliffs about 250m and all the way to grassy summit 388m (no stones for a cairn) with precipitous drop NW. Drop down steep grass beside stream from col before summit to Guirdil and up glen, pathless in places, to rejoin pony track.||m3doc||06/05/2017|
|run from Kinloch||CraigW||30/07/2016|
|With Darren during a challenging 40km peak fest around the island in an enjoyably tough 26 hours between ferries, travelling KIMM style with a wild overnight camp half way round. Spectacular views a long way down to the beach and out to Canna.||Chris Pearson||26/07/2012|
|Date is first visit.||RHW||06/07/2002|
|SMMC Rum meet.||clashcityrocker||25/05/1999|