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Name:Beannan Beaga
Hill number:1216
Height:396m / 1299ft
Parent (Ma):1208  Ben More Coigach [Beinn Mhor na Coigich]
RHB Section:16F: Lochinver to Ullapool
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NC 10600 02470
Summit feature:small pile of stones
Col:256m  NC104031  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 15
(1:25k) 439E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
With L & RJanet M10/03/2024
Beautiful clear and sunny day. Used track to help on way up. Lots of false tops! Then dropped down through steep and complex terrain to pick up the Postie’s path, which is a bit of a mess! With B and R.jenx28/11/2022
Used the track to its end. Then straight up and along the ridge. This is the best way. On the return I descended from the summit, intending a gradual descent. But the terrain and crags forced me down into really horrid stuff. Fantastic views.hils08/10/2021
From Blughasary via Meall nan Clachan, a very enjoyable slabby top, return over Tump Creag nam Fiadh and coastal pathColin Crawford11/06/2016
Out and back from Blughasary, leaving the path for an orienteer's climb around outcrops just before the estuary.Eddie30/09/2015
Lindsay M10/03/2024
Rod M10/03/2024
Martin R31/05/2016
hill walker04/05/2014
Alan Whatley20/04/2012