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Name:Sguman Coinntich
Hill number:941
Height:879m / 2884ft
RHB Section:12B: Killilan to Inverness
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y)
Grid ref:NG 97702 30350
Summit feature:cairn on rock
Drop:415m
Col:464m  NH039320  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 414N 429
Observations:trig point 6m SE is lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 207 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Killilan car park circular. As well as the trig on rusty stilts, there's a collapsed small wind turbine further E along the ridge.Smudge16/05/2019
With Beth and LunaBigNick24/06/2018
Alone. On way in to Maol Bhuidhe Bothy.Grinner08/07/2017
CK SheilaS29/04/2017
From Killilan. ACM track in good condition. Left it at about 400m at the request of stalkers and headed SW up onto the splendid west ridge. Clouds on the Munros to the east but otherwise summit view could not have been better.Topographer5711/10/2016
Day 1 of bothy trip: Killilan - Sguman Coinntich - Faochaig - Aonach Buidhe - Maol-bhuidhedavidpettit8401/06/2016
The obvious route from KillilanMartin R23/05/2015
From Killilan.ngthack12/05/2015
Park in the excellent parking area provided graciously by the Estate at NG 9402 3031. Walk up the tarmac road into Killilan. Just before you get to the bridge you can see a building with a prominent construction date (1933) on the front. Turn towards this and pass it to the right (building to your left) right up against the river. Continue following the now obvious track up through the woods and a couple of gates eventually leading out onto the open hillside. Join the vehicle track and keep left uphill at NG 9524 3054. Continue all the way up the track into the Coire until you reach approx 530M. You can now easily cross all the rivers where they come together. Climb up steep slopes, tending rightwards until you reach the ridge at approx NG 9723 3012. Follow the ridge easily to the impressively placed summit with oddly eroded trigpoint.geralddavison23/03/2015
Part sunny, sharp wind, mild, good views.iangalbraith21/04/2014
With Aonach Buidhedavechaffey24/11/2013
from walkers carpark in killilan.robertphillips01/06/2013
RHW02/06/2012
With Dad as a short afternoon walk after driving up. Onto the main summit and then the Top from Killilan.AGWilliamson17/09/2011
what a struggleAm Bodach30/07/2011
selfdavidsbatty23/07/2011
Solo trip; mist and showersInvicta1425/06/2011
Galltywenallt09/06/2011
Alone to summit. Hazel to base of hillSpudGunn17/05/2009
Parked at Killilan, to esate path up through Glen and Allt a'Choire Mhor to nr Bealach and line to summitnordicstar23/01/2009
1 of 3: From Killilan.ChrisR12/05/2008
1 st day of 3 day trekNozzer25/04/2008
With DC from Killilan. With JC 30/04/2010 via Bealach Mhic Bheathain.Martin6602/01/2008
During a New Year week at Loch Duich. With Martin66 on a grey, overcast day from Killilan following the track/path next to the Allt a Choire Mhoir to the col & then looping back to the summit for a good view seawards. Continued W & then dropped NW to rejoin the outward route.NotReallyABagger02/01/2008
Sguman Coinntich (NG 778303) S/F NG 940303 Cool for May, hail shower am, dry pm. Sunny with broken cloud >3500' Light cold wind.John Young01/05/2007
From car park at Killilan.PeterD05/06/2005
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL07/05/2004
from Killilan lodge, snowy cloudy daydmckeith16/02/2004
Very hot day. Wonderful walk in the sunshine over the two Corbetts but I suffered on the long walk back along the estate road. Lots of rehydration afterwards.douglas_easton26/06/2003
From parking spot at Killilan. Not very ambitious day.Aye Jimmy31/03/2002
Pete and I decided to walk to Aonach Buidhe bothy over this Ma and Faochaig. Is this the most remote building in GB? We were the first visitors to sign the book for 3 months, since a foot and mouth outbreak restricted much access (but prob. not here?). On the warmest day of the holiday- Hamish Brown would have complained- we were carrying our overnight stuff. The nice thing was we encountered lots of good Lepidoptera (as often,Small Pearl-bordered Fritillaries in the Kintail valleys) and dragonflies, also a Merlin. The top gave unfamiliar views, a long way from the Munros we usually climb.pwheeler23/05/2001
Solo Uisdean2526/07/2000
Up and down from Killilan.Eddie23/01/2000
Climbed during last May Bank Holiday. Dull and dreich daygman09/09/1999
200-th anniversary of death of Robbie Burns. From Glen Elchaig. Siskin. Teased out path between buildings up through wood and steeply through bracken and plod steadily uphill to end of path. Over grassy steep bealach and clamber up on grassy rake through crags to undulating top and to crags and top at 11.25. 2 ravens.arranc21/07/1996
Corbett bagging: Beinn Loinne and Sguman Coinntich RHW22/04/1995
Solo. From Killilan. Walked up path close to Allt a Choire Mhòir and then up hillside to summit of Sgùman Còinntich then followed ridge to Sròn na Gaoithe and on to the summit of Faochaig. Went NE and then found a path which was followed roughly eastwards. There followed a stiff pull-up to the summit of Aonach Buidhe. Descended the SSW ridge to Iron Lodge. Met up with a friend and took turns with a cycle down to Killilan. Quite a long day. Weather good.pwbellarby07/05/1994
Ascended from Killilan in good weather.JohnW09/04/1990
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