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Name:Na Rathanan East Top
Hill number:7855
Height:858m / 2815ft
Parent (Ma):957  Beinn Alligin - Sgurr Mhor
RHB Section:13A: Loch Torridon to Loch Maree
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Torridon
Class:Subsimm
(sSim)
Grid ref:NG 87518 61205
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:29m
Col:829m  NG874612  
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With: hb; From the car park, walked up Coire MhicNobaill, crossed the two bridges then scrambled up the south east ridge to the Horns (Na Rathanan). Supern scrambling over the horns in glorious sunshine, being followed by the beast od Alligin (a Collie which chose the stay with us rather than return to its owners who were half an hour behind us!). We descended to the bealach then walked up to Sgurr Mhor where we had lunch. We looked down impressive Eag Dhubh (Black cleft) on the path across to Tom nan Gruagaich. The descent path down Coire nan Laogh was tedious but gave good views back to start. This was a superb walk after so much rain. The paths have changed out of all recognition since my first visit in 1978.Ian Baines29/05/2019
Torridon House car park - Tom na Gruagaich - Sgurr Mhor - Na Rathanan - Coire Mhic Nobuill - car park.Mark Jackson28/05/2019
From the car park above Torridon House and a complete circuit of Ben Alligin including the Horns of Alligin. Excellent conditions with plenty of sunshine.knarf12/05/2019
From the Far E Top, the middle one of the 3 'horns'. Great ridge, great scrambling.jonglew14/09/2018
Fourth ascent. This time with John Glew.thenomad14/09/2018
Circular of the Horns of Alligin.liljonb30/03/2017
Fantastic winter scramble routeemily17/03/2017
Did the first two horns anti-clockwise, then returned.Owen B12/02/2017
From car park by Torridon House, clockwise round of Beinn Alligin, including both Munros and the Horns of Alligin (Na Rathanan).welshyboyo23/05/2016
Beinn Alligin round as part of Winter Mountaineering and skills course led by Kevin O'Neal and with Al Simpson. 2nd of the 3 horns as a prelude to the 2 Munros. Bonus sub Corbett summit to add to yearly count.SteveSmith03/02/2015
With Andy. Anticlockwise Beinn Alligin round. Good conditions but very hazy.Crib Goch21/09/2014
The horns first then the munros.LizzieG15/09/2014
Beinn Alligin round.rhalstead23/06/2014
with kieraLoz_mck07/06/2014
With Tony and Chris, snow on top.zoob12/04/2013
with Kenny, completed Beinn Alligin and the HornsJamesSDonald01/08/2010
Horns of Alligin - Climbed with Dave M, John, Mike, Jim & Scott Bbarnz4821/05/2010
From Coire MhicNobaill.Wheelsy18/02/2010
With Gary Hodgson.Dangerous Dave09/05/2004
With Dad and Stephen. Great traverse of Beinn Alligin including the Horns. Clear skies all day.mikejacobs02/08/2002
During Alligin crossing of Munrosnordicstar01/08/2002
second ascentthenomad05/07/2002
Company: Soloiandesbottes18/09/2001
car pk 937567, via Dearg to Alligin, back along road RHW03/05/2001
Traverse of Beinn Alligin with a friend. We parked at the car park where the road crosses Abhainn Coire Mhic Nobuil. We walked up the path on the east side of this burn and the path going near the Allt a' Bhealaich. At the path end we climbed to the top of the Na Rathanan (Horns of Alligin). We continued to the summit of Sgùrr Mòr, past the top of Eag Dhuibh (cleft) and then the summit of Tom na Gruagaich. Descended the SSE ridge back to the car park.pwbellarby24/09/2000
Estimated datedickiewren13/08/1997
with John ByrneRockhopper24/08/1996
On the way to Beinn Alligin via the 'Horns of Alligin'. Unfortunately misty on top so little seen.Aye Jimmy22/07/1996
Beinn Alligin and the Horns, Classic Walk 11, 11kmmountainmunki11/09/1991
Afternoon round of Beinn Alligin: Sgurr na Rathanan, Sgurr Mhor and Tom na Gruagaich.Eddie04/09/1991
On ridge from Na Rathanan.arranc02/06/1991
27/03/1990 - SURC - Winter ConditionsSidath1627/03/1990
my first ascent date for this hill is n/k - in my first and lost guide book - :-( - but i remember it well. Misty start clearing into a great day by the horns.rum doodle 01/01/1990
Very early start, back in time for breakfast!Colinmac200516/07/1988
first ascent.thenomad05/04/1988
Round of the Beinn Alligin topsPeterD08/06/1987
From Corrie Mhicnobaill.BLACKHILL05/06/1986
1st YHS New Year Torridon meet. W Brad, Chris M, Sally, Sarah . Overnight snow covered the grass and rocks. Occasional spindrift blasts in-between some sunshine.Horrific drops to N from top of this first horn.The descent was a dangerous and tricky grovel to join a narrow skirting path which we followed nervously through calf deep snow (axes out) missing out the 2nd horn on steep side slope until climbing up to the main summit and cairn where Chris M's apple rolled away off the edge to much hilarity.Chris Pearson30/12/1983
Approx dateMM11/04/1982
Traversed east from Sgurr Mor doing 3 Horns. With GB.bolton06/04/1980
With: sj da; Walked up Coire MhicNobaill & up SE ridge to Horns (Na Rathanan). Descend to col then up Sgurr Mhor. Looked down impressive gully then on to Tom nan Gruagaich. Descent down path to start. Superb walk in still dry conditions.Ian Baines07/07/1978
Anti-clockwise from Torridon House. Deep snow from sea level.jimbloomer17/02/1973
clockwise circuit with Steve Grove, Tony Yeates and Mickey Wilkinsonvegibagger25/07/1971
The classic round from NG869576. 2004/5?summitsup01/01/1952
Paul and Terri08/06/2019
Xtina8908/06/2019
daveyf200113/05/2019
ChrisC26/08/2018
weaselmaster15/07/2018
Sick Kid15/07/2018