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Name:Beinn a' Bhric
Hill number:4706
Height:442m / 1450ft
Parent (Ma):1054  Beinn Liath Mhor a' Ghiubhais Li [Beinn Liath Mhor a' Ghiuthais]
RHB Section:14B: The Fannaichs
County/UA:Highland
Catchment:Cromarty
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,4,Y)
Grid ref:NH 34449 65129
Summit feature:small cairn
Drop:108m
Col:334m  NH330657  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 20
(1:25k) 436S 437S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
mae26/02/2023
1 of 4: Parked at Mossford PS. Same route as Willyross. With Karen.ChrisR29/09/2022
Dave McG09/04/2022
Tony S25/07/2021
kathyh08/07/2021
bjewing27/04/2021
Parked at Lochluichart houses near power station, headed north on track to wind power station, then across moor to top (one deer fence en route which could be avoided by using gate much lower down at level of wind power station). Great views.willyross08/01/2021
lindaross08/01/2021
Parked at the entrance to the sub station, room for 1 car off tar. 2 deer fences to be scaled both ways. First one was new and easy, the one near the top was loose and awkward. no gates....great views though.hils10/09/2020
hill walker13/04/2019
After Beinn nan Cabag, across wind farm track.Colin Crawford09/06/2016
Alan Whatley07/04/2016
From Corriemoillie Lodge up the works track by bike Beinn nan Cabag - Beinn a'Bhric col then legged both hills. Deep burn between the two needs to be crossed eaither well to the NW or across the dam SE.Eddie23/08/2015
Arctica01/07/2015
From SW: tall locked gate at windfarm so took more direct cross-country route. New deer fence en route. Traverse to Cabag involves several more new deer fences; no sign of new planting and bizarrely the big mapped forest has been felled and left lying, 10-20 year old scots pines. The Estate has a subsidy habit??RHW17/06/2015
Lindsay M28/09/2014
Alan Moore29/05/2013
RCFC16/01/2012
chalky195330/07/2010