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Name:Beinn Fhada
Hill number:8659
Height:445m / 1460ft
Parent (Ma):726  Beinn a' Chuirn
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:NG858238 (est)
Drop:58m
Col:387m  NG866228  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413N

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 2 users)ByDate of Ascent
ATV track from Druidaig Lodge through the bracken gives a good start.chalky195314/07/2017
Bagging the trig bolt. Having just visited the trig on Beinn A' Chuirn, we decided to have a look for this bolt. Beinn Fhada was clearly visible from the top and didn't look too far away. The descent towards it was very steep, followed by very rough, boggy, tussocky ground. On reaching the flat summit, we consulted the GPS which led us straight to the bolt. It was in good condition and positioned just to the north west of the actual summit. The views all round were brilliant but the thought of the return journey made sure we didn't stay for long.BigJ31/05/2017