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Name:Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill East Top
Hill number:7826
Height:1042.7m / 3421ft
Parent (Ma):1003  An Teallach - Bidein a' Ghlas Thuill
RHB Section:14A: Loch Maree to Loch Broom
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Little Broom
Grid ref:NH 07001 84294
Summit feature:rock
Col:1019.4m  NH 0693 8428  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 19
(1:25k) 435N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 83 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
an teallach traverse 2 munros and 7 tops ACW from dundonnell down to corrie hallie, biked back to dundonnell.robertphillips20/08/2017
A long day out on An-Teallach with new Dutch Friends Jacob and Michelle Hoogeveen. An epic day with mini avalanches on the traverse under the Pinnacles.( which were too dangerous to go over).Shutterlag28/04/2017
Probably crossedKevin2903528/07/2013
on glorious day with Sara Hargreaves.vegibagger30/08/2012
Completeing both Munros and all tops. 28.3km, 2560 accent, 12hr. (Oringal set off to complete the Fisherfield)JamesSDonald17/08/2007
Epic, with Jay, scorchio.Colinmac200528/04/2007
Final Munro day, bagged this top walking up from Dundonnell Hotel car park, with MVW -nordicstar29/05/2005
On way up to celebrate Ricks final MunroMark T29/05/2005
Company: Soloiandesbottes21/05/2005
With Gary Hodgson.Dangerous Dave08/05/2004
Warm, sunny, good views.iangalbraith19/06/2000
Climbed from Dundonnell this time to do An Teallach and assorted tops. Probably also did on 09/06/1992.Dugswell202/08/1998
Another detour required here, this time out along an E ridge to another Top, Glas Mheall Liath.Aye Jimmy31/07/1995
Clockwise An Teallach round from Destitution Road.Eddie02/05/1994
With Richard McLellan in snow.zoob15/04/1992
Heading out to the Munro top in cloud and fine powdery snowChris Pearson03/04/1986
With: ag ls; From Corrie Hallie up path to Sail Liath then Corrag Bhuidhe to LBS & Sgurr Fiona. Then up to Bidian a'Ghlas Thuill & descended via Glas Meall Liath down to Dundonnell Ho path. Stunning views on top and great scrambling all to ourselves.Ian Baines18/06/1983
With JMCSPlay2End01/01/1982
Gavin Theobald04/06/2018
Wycombe Wanderer04/05/2017
Sick Kid10/10/2015
Sick Kid21/06/2014
Neil Haslewood12/05/2009
Colin Crawford28/07/2006
Martin R04/05/2006
Tom Mundell25/06/2005
rum doodle 15/08/2004