Name:Beinn Cracabhaig
Hill number:19792
Height:72.4m / 238ft
Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
Classification:Tu,0
Drop:31.1m
Col:41.4m  NF 7867 0970  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
3459911/04/2021NF 78698 10117  F: not recorded
O: ground 30m WSW at NF 78667 10097 is of similar height
S: 50cm LIDAR
jimbloomer
Summit
Jim
3798224/04/2022NF 78700 10117  F: Outcrop
O: Boulder at NF 78658 10109 approx equal. Large boulder at NF 78674 10097 lower
RHW
Summit
GJ
4314816/06/2024NF 78698 10115  F: rockP&EH
Summit
GJ
4314916/06/2024NF 78673 10094  F: rock 35m SW
O: may be as high
P&EH
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the car park by the ferry port, through a gate, up the side of the fence, and over to the summit. On to Beinn Stac.LizH16/06/2024
Off the ferry from Barra at 7.45am and all four Eriskay tops bagged by 9.30am. Parked at Ferry CP and then anti-clockwise circuit of Beinn Cracabhaig, Beinn Stac, Cnoc Pairceanan and Beinn Sgritheann. Continued hot conditions meant it was an easy wander along sheep, cow and deer trods and across bone-dry sphagnum for most of the way. There is actually a waymarked path to and from Beinn Sgritheann from road to the west, which makes things even simpler. A celebratory breakfast in the Kilbride cafe completed a great morning.summitter14/06/2023
From layby parking near ferry. Direct climb to Beinn Cracabhaig then across to Beinn Stac. Return to beallach and down to Acairseid and road to start. Hot and sunny.RobertP13/06/2023
Up from ferry car park, all likely summits visited.Dugswell205/06/2022
From Cnoc Pairceannan. Solo.Dangerous Dave02/06/2022
From WNW as Jon. It's between outcrop and smaller boulder to WNW I think. Fine breezy pmRHW24/04/2022
Solo, then out to Beinn Stac.PeteF23/04/2022
From ferry car park. 2 slabs and a large boulder all contending for the high point. It was 90 mins after sunset but just enough light to see by.jonglew12/07/2021
PeterAH16/06/2024
StueyB09/05/2023
Adrian24/04/2022
mae23/04/2022
govanah08/09/2021