Name:Beinn Bhuidhe [Beinn Bhuide]
Hill number:4315
Height:702.2m / 2304ft
Parent (Ma):853  Sgurr an Airgid
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
Grid ref:NG 96091 23529
Summit feature:cairn
Col:577.5m  NG 9534 2300  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25 33
(1:25k) 413N 414N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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From Lienassie (NG961216) [parking at NG955215]. FP, W, is blocked by 2m deer fence climbed, precariously. Ascended until joined Corbett FP from cemetery (better start, but more tarmac walking). Left Corbett FP at NG956230, trackless moorland to Beinn Bhuide and Beinn Bhreac. E down grass slopes to NG984246. SSW down steep forest ATV to Dorusduain, long drag back to CP on slippery frosted tarmac.Isbjorn07/01/2024
With Winnie from burial ground car parkStrathcarron18/08/2023
Parked at Morvich for a circuit of 6 Simms and 1 HF. Up the path from Ruarach (intermittent initially). 1/7PGCE03/06/2023
From the car park near the cemetery. Followed the track opposite the cemetery up to the col, then pleasant grassy walk to the summit. Lovely day. On to Beinn Bhreac.LizH28/05/2023
08:30, 11 degrees, cloud base 500', westerlies. Followed path shown on OS map from Ruarach - unpromising start but quite exciting higher up. Predictable swamp-bashing once off the path. 1,200th HuMP and it only took me 49 years. On to Sgurr Ruarach.Wycombe Wanderer24/05/2023
From Sgurr na Seamraig across plateau with Tessa on hot and Sunny day then descend to car by cemetery.alwaysinshorts02/06/2022
From the car park by the War MemorialJim.Fothergill23/05/2019
Debs & Tali. Sgurr an Airgid to Carnan Cruithneachd with a few tops along the way.Mountain Goat05/05/2019
Decent weather again. Up good path from opposite burial ground up to ridge then pathless over Beinn Bhuide and on to Beinn Bhreac. Both had multiple claimants to the summit and the former multipla cairns. Return by same route.dickscroop09/12/2018
Solo.Dangerous Dave24/09/2015
Sgurr an Airgid, Beinn Bhuidhe. Very snowy. Fellwanderers Easter tour.Edgemaster30/03/2015
Seemed kind of obvious to do considering the path from the boneyard car park heads for it rather than Airgid.Martin R20/09/2014
Sunny, calm, warm, good views.iangalbraith20/04/2014
With Mora from the cemetery car park in Strath CroeBLACKHILL31/03/2013
From Sgurr an Airgid , return SW down the same track back to the start.smocks and denims13/03/2005
Walked up from the camp site at Shiel Bridge taking the stalkers path up onto the plateau. yorkie20/06/2001
Graham bagging: Inverinate - Carn Bad a' Chreamha - Beinn Bhuide - Beinn Bhreac - Carnan Cruithneachd - Falls of Glomach - Strath Croe - Inverinate. RHW07/02/1998
Simon Winton25/03/2023
Tom Mundell19/10/2019
hill walker14/05/2019
Dave McG07/05/2019
Sick Kid13/04/2019
Steve Q23/10/2017
Tony S23/09/2016
Alan Whatley14/05/2015
Dave Geere29/08/2014
Lionel Bidwell24/08/2012