Name:Beinn an Eoin
Hill number:10197
Height:320m / 1050ft
Section:17B: Minginish and the Cuillin Hills
Classification:Tu,3
Drop:62m
Col:258m  NG383208  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
3578229/06/2021NG 38232 20441  F: Level grass
O: Level grass on E summit at NG 38329 20376 is lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 6 users)ByDate of Ascent
Crossed the Bealach after Truagh Mheall. Nice viewpointMatt290108/08/2021
After Truagh Mheall, failed to find trig bolt to S. Descended ENE to footbridgeRHW29/06/2021
with sue HardenC28/05/2021
Sunny round while Cuillin stay in gradually rising cloud till about 5.30pm when they finally lifted off the summits. clockwise round from Glenbrittle Memorial hut where staying with York Alpine Club for the week. Beinn an Eoin, Truagh Mheall, An Cruachan, Beinn Staic, Beinn a Bhraghad W top, Beinn a Bhraghadvegibagger14/05/2017
Mainly grassy summit area with two broad tops and lower, rockier top to south. Easy trackless ascent southwards from Bealach na h'Airigh Mhurain and descent eastwards to Baulintur, as part of a traverse of the hills to the west of Glen BrittleCoiruisg03/06/2006
Dave Geere17/05/2022