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Name:Mullach Bi
Hill number:4984
Height:358m / 1175ft
Parent (Ma):1636  Conachair
RHB Section:25: St Kilda
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles] (UA)
Maritime area:Atlantic Outliers - St Kilda & Rockall
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Yeaman
Grid ref:NF 08023 99395
Summit feature:no feature
Col:239m  NF091992  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 18
(1:25k) 460W
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 63 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
RHSoc trip with Sea Harris. From Claigeann Mor. Dropped down to the bealach, traversed around Claigeann an Tigh Faire, the steeply up to the summit. Continued to Mullach Mor 361m.Man of Kernow122/09/2019
From Ruabhal via Claigeann Mor, following seaward edge of ridge as close as possible. On to the North Top.jonglew22/09/2019
After Claigean Mor. Lovely traverse, superb hill. Glorious sunny dayThearlaichdubh18/09/2017
Late start 7 pm finished 11.30 pm accompanied with tom mundell, sandra mundell and charley scott for the first three, ACW round of oisebhal, conachair, mullach mor, cligeann mor, mullach bi, mullach bi north top,robertphillips17/09/2017
Clockwise round of Hirta's humps from Village Bay.Topographer5716/09/2015
Sailed out of Leverburgh on Enchanted Isle for three day Kilda trip. Weather too rough to land Boreray so into Village Bay to pitch tents then wander around island. With Jenx, Martin and Pete M. >Oiseval >Conachair >Mullach Mor >Clageann Mor >Mullach Bi >Mullach Bi North Top and back to village, great circuit, clear views to Soay and Boreray.nordicstar16/09/2015
Dry and sunny, warm and good views.iangalbraith16/09/2015
Bagged on a circuit of six Hirta TUMPs on a sunny afternoon.Dugswell217/09/2014
Up the road, to the T junction, then around the ridge, via Claigeann Mor, to summit. Good views of Soay.Chris Peart17/09/2014
Bagged on a circuit of Hirta on a sunny afternoon. With Tim 747 and others.Shutterlag17/09/2014
fabulous circuit wander in calm almost windless day over Hirta on my first visit to St Kilda. Along village street, up the winding road to the west over Claigeann Mor to Mullach Bi and NW out to An Campar then east down across the valley and up to Mullach Mor across to Conachair down south to the trig and round by cliffs out to Oisebhal and back to the village. Gloriousvegibagger24/11/2013
Another fine viewpoint.Smudge26/09/2013
My second visit to St Kilda, this time getting to complete my remaining Tumps on Hirta.Alex C26/09/2013
Final morning of Sept tripRHW15/09/2009
Solo Uisdean2512/08/2008
v attractive suimmit & view. circuit from Village Bay RHW06/05/2003
Almost certainly visited this top at least once in the 14 days when I was on the last NT Scotland working party of the 1966 season. Didn't know about Tumps etc back them so made sure of a 'tick' with Andrew, Audrey & Mark on a 1 night stopover 53 years later. Good views for an hour or so when we were up there and the best of all to Soay & The Cambir is just 2 minutes north of the summit. Don't miss out if it's a clear day!signyred18/08/1966
andrew brown22/09/2019
carole engel10/05/2016
Martin R16/09/2015
Colin Crawford17/09/2014
Tony S17/09/2014
Colin Crawford01/06/2012
Campbell Singer23/04/2012
Alan Whatley23/04/2012
Denise 15/09/2009