Name:Beinn Bhuidhe
Hill number:749
Height:855.4m / 2806ft
RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
County/UA:Highland
Catchment:Nevis (Loch)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, High Hills of Britain,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,HHB,Y)
Grid ref:NM 82180 96716
Summit feature:outcrop 2m SSE of trig point
Drop:308.4m
Col:547m  NM853977  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33 40
(1:25k) 398E
Observations:three outcrops close to the trig point are of similar height; this is the highest
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 273 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
see log for Sgurr Coire nan Gobharcarole engel20/05/2024
With Sal and Sarah from Inverie via Mam Meadail. Dropped off penultimate summit towards lock - ridge down OK.davechaffey07/05/2024
Revisit. From Inverie bunkhouse, an extended round of Gleann Meadail over 15 summits. 30km, 2100m ascent, 12hrs15. 10/15PGCE28/03/2024
Solo from bunkhouse, Glen Meadail, traverse main ridge, decent via Loch Bhraomisaig and back around Kilchoan to the bunkhouse. Pub still not open and 'The Lookout' closed due to illness.John Lee28/06/2023
From the bunkhouse, up to Mam Meadail, along the ridge over the 610m point, Meall Bhasiter, Beinn Bhuidhe and up to 787m Simm Sgurr Coire nan Gobhair. Off steeply down ridge North towards Sgurr nam Feadan, then followed easy grassy slopes down the Allt Coire nan Gobhar to Loch Bhraomisaig and the damp. Then down the mast track (not as nice a descent as envisaged) and back around Kilchoan to the bunkhouse. 13.8 miles, 3780ft climbing.JulieB02/05/2023
From Sgurr an t-Sagairt. KeithByTheC02/05/2023
Long circuit from Inverie: up to Mam Meadail, then over Meall Bhasiter and all the peaks on the ridge. Superb views, but hard work - very much the Rough Bounds here. Very steep descent to the west end of Loch Bhraomisaog, then via the curving burn to descend to the west of Kilchoan.21km 6h 30Rockdoctor03/04/2023
From Inverie with D, rainy on top, old forge after.Rodge08/10/2022
Solo. Wet & WINDY!garbo110319/06/2022
From Inverie via Gleann Meadail. From the bealach at Mam Beadail with Dangerous Dave, John Rogerson and Robin Corlett. A long day of 11 hours after 7 tops and descending from Loch Bhraomisaig on the steep hydro road. Great views from this summit. 4th top for the day.bolton15/05/2022
From Inverie to Mam Meadail along good path all the way. Up onto the ridge over Meall Bhasister N.Top (610m), Meall Bhasiter (718m) & Sgurr an t-Sagairt (802m). With Phil, Robin & John.Dangerous Dave15/05/2022
After a log day on the Knoydart munros the previous day, felt surprisingly fresh despite little sleep in my tent on the Long Beach campsite. John and decided to hit up the Beinn Bhuidhe early, doing a clockwise route to end up back at the campsite to pack up and head back along for our booked ferry back to Mallaig. Great walk-in through Glen Meadail, once up on the ridge - a superb walk with superb views in all directions. The descent was less fun, with a steep drop down to the twin lochs, and then down to Kilchoan, but we got back early enough (total time 5h 58min) to relax in the sun beside our tents, before heading back and catching an earlier ferry - result!mproudfoot08/05/2022
From overnight in Barrisdale Bay for a traverse of Luinne Bheinn, ET, Druim Leac a' Shith, SET, Meall Buidhe, Meall Bhasiter and Beinn Bhuidhe.rhalstead22/06/2021
Glorious day with bit of a warm breeze on a beautiful ridge.vegibagger30/05/2021
Moira, Ian McCabe, Janette McGlyn ColB08/08/2019
Part of Knoydart trip on my own. Mist came down at the end then very heavy rain.iansm05/08/2019
CK SheilaS22/05/2019
Cycled up Inverie river track then proceeded to Mam Uchd then back over summit.Topographer5702/07/2018
With MVW from Inverie via Gleann Meadail, up to Mam Uchd then to , Sgurr an't Sagairt, Beinn Bhuidhe, Sgurr Chorie Ghuirm, Sgurr Corie nan Gobhar then down to Loch Bhraomisaig to follow W burn to lower flat ground to Inverie to end the day in light rain.Frank10/04/2018
With John & Alastair Veryhappybunny14/06/2017
From Inverie with Luinne Bheinn and Meall BuidheGeoff Briggs31/05/2017
Overnight at Arisaig and early morning ferry to Inverie. Walked to Mam Meadhail and then back along the ridge to the summit. Chose a poor line of descent at the western edge of the ridge by a hydro scheme pipeline: not recommended. Warm and very hot. Stunning views in all directions.benalder28425/05/2017
Meall Bhasiter, Beinn Bhuidhe, Sgurr Coire nan Gabhar, A'Chruach. Ferry from Mallaig to Inverie, walk to Mam Meadail (good views to Sgurr na Ciche) and then along fine ridge. From Sgurr Coire nan Gabhar descended S to follow curving ridge eventually heading W, past some old workings, then NW to A'Chruach (two knolls, the NW one appearing higher). Camped overnight just below summit (fine spot overlooking Inverie) before descending NE to the village.RobertP21/05/2017
Amazing day. Incredible views and stunning weather. Could even see Berneray (South) in the Outer Hebrides. Up from Mam Seadail and west along ridge back to Inverie.Campbell Singer23/10/2016
R Richard Tait10/05/2016
part of a great Knoydart trip. Climbed up in cloud, saw glockenspectres, descended in sun.oatcake14/09/2015
With M, traversed whole ridge. Poured with rain most of the way. One of the toughest Corbetts, got back to Inverie ~9pm. Lost compass on way up.douglas_easton17/05/2015
The full ridge including the Corbett top and the Graham top from Inverie. Forecast strong winds did not materialise and it was a pretty good day though snow was in poor condition which made for hard going in places. Tricky descent on the poor snow towards the east end of the ridgedickscroop29/04/2015
Two-day backpack: Inverie - Beinn na Caillich - Ladhar Bheinn - camp at Mam Barrisdale - Luinne Bheinn - Meall Buidhe - Bheinn Bhuidhe - Inveriedavidpettit8425/05/2014
from inverie on good tracks.robertphillips26/08/2013
From Inveriebowlesy29/04/2013
3 of 5: From Sgurr a Choire Ghuirm. With David.ChrisR11/09/2012
Solo tripInvicta1413/06/2012
En route from Sourlies to Inverie. Weather wet but tops always out of cloud so good views.garyhoney18/06/2011
BACKPACKING TRIP from Kinloch HournBLACKHILL07/06/2011
with Julian Footdavidsbatty09/05/2011
Blisco28/12/2010
and 13/07/2011chrispine20/07/2010
Alone from head of Loch Nevis back to Inverie. Hazel, Martin Mckay & Barbara back via valley routeSpudGunn24/04/2010
With The F.C and S.The Captain14/04/2009
Short, sharp ascent from Torr Cruinn. Lucky to find the driest weather of a horribly unsettled weekend on the shores of Loch Nevis. Fortunately good company made up for the miserable weathergman29/06/2008
Galltywenallt27/04/2008
With Mark & Keith, from Sourlies bothy.Grinner26/08/2007
Perfect weather for my last Corbett!* From Inverie up Gleann Meadail, then to Mam Uchd. Blunder (in retrospect), missed Meall Bhasiter! Ridge to broken vanessa trig. Superb views of remote hills. W ridge and minor summits on way down to Loch Bhraomisaig. Long walk back to Kinloch Hourn next day. *Well it was until 2012 when they replaced Hill 716 with Hill 713, a bit further along the ridge and 1' higher!Aye Jimmy07/06/2007
SMMC Knoydart meet.clashcityrocker13/06/2006
Original trip to Inverie, and w Jenx May 07 on circuit of all corbetts and grahams in Knoydart - from Kinloch Hourn through to Inverie, and back again over Barrisdale - wild campingnordicstar31/03/2005
With JC and DCMartin6613/05/2001
Climbed during a 3 day stay in Inverie with Martin66 & JC. Hot, sweaty & airless day. Crossed the bridge over the Inverie River at 798988 & took to the N slopes of Sgurr nam Feadan, then round Coire nan Gobhar onto Sgurr Coire nan Gobhar & along to the summit. Continued E along the ridge to Mam Uchd & then dropped N to join the path back to Inverie. Not bad going underfoot considering it is Knoydart!NotReallyABagger13/05/2001
Up through the crags from the glen - not so sensible with the cornices that needed punching through.Eddie11/01/2001
from Sagairt. Faint path materialised and a stroll over and up to top at 14.10. to Ghuirmarranc30/06/2000