Name:Beinn an Iomaire
Hill number:3218
Height:772.3m / 2534ft
Section:11B: Glen Affric to Glen Moriston
Classification:Tu,Sim,CT,Sim
Drop:78.5m
Col:693.8m  NH 1537 1651  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1323908/04/2016NH 16161 16462  F: Small cairn
S: Obvious summit
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4196819/05/2018NH 16160 16461  F: cairn
S: Leica RX1250
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Limited parking at start of private road to Cean Na Croc (NH225105) 2 hour slog up Glen Doe (no access to river for first 2 miles) to The Bothy at NH175147. FP up E ridge of An Reithe indistinct initially. Carn a Mhadaidh-ruaidh. Thin FP to S side of slabs to reach S ridge of Sail Chaorainn, Carn na Coire Mheadhoin, Tigh Mor na Seilge, Beinn an Iomaire, then steeply down S flank to waterworks dam and some water. 2.5 hour slog back to parkingIsbjorn19/05/2024
A new road, not shown on my map, goes up into Coire Mheadhoin from the wooden power station buildings.Alan Moore06/03/2024
Simon Winton18/11/2023
Parked at NH 1933 1008 for a circuit of 3 Simms and 1 XMT. Followed track N (it goes further than 1:50k map shows), then cut over to Glen Doe. Up SE ridge. Onwards to Carn a' Mhadaidh-ruaidh. 1/4PGCE04/06/2023
Reversed my sensible decision not to climb this hill, on the grounds that you're only relatively young once. My original horseshoe idea would be a much more satisfying way to climb these Munros than the standard route from the A87. Returned to Tigh Mor na Seilge then headed for Drochaid an Tuill Easaich.Wycombe Wanderer26/05/2023
iainwalton25/08/2022
weaselmaster05/08/2022
Sick Kid05/08/2022
7 of 7: From An Elric. With Sam and Tim.ChrisR31/07/2022
#6 of 7 from ESE, Ceannacroc bridgeRHW20/05/2021
Dave McG20/05/2021
andy.painter08/10/2020
BaggerGutt09/09/2020
LadyinAyeVan10/08/2020
mae13/07/2019
interloper27/08/2018
Fletch27/08/2018
alda19/05/2018
mntainman30/10/2017
Iona18/06/2016
neilsan11/06/2016
Gavin Theobald28/06/2014
Badders23/07/2011
Tricky07/05/2007
3 kinnears01/07/2006
bertbarnett12305/05/2005
chalky195301/12/2003
Alan Whatley05/06/2003
StueyB06/05/2002
IainT03/08/1982
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