Name:Pein a' Chleibh
Hill number:10219
Height:293m / 961ft
Parent (Ma):1221  Ben Dearg
SMC/RHB Section:17A: North Skye and Raasay
Topographical area:SK04 Storr-suiramach
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:NG 48294 47364
Summit feature:heathery knoll
Col:257m  NG483478  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 23
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
See Ben DeargStueyB10/01/2024
Tourist track from the Old Man CP. Very misty start so contoured over to Hartaval initially before taking on The Storr. Thankfully the mist burned off and sunshine gave us a visible summit and easy clamber over to the E Top. Decided to head southwards, bagging The Storr South Top en route to Ben Dearg, A' Chorra-bheinn and Pein a' Chleibh. A great walk in perfect conditions only spoiled by the trudge back up the A855 dodging fast cars, wide motorhomes and dirty haulage trucks. Hey Ho, the lot of a bagger. 6.5 hrs total.summitter30/05/2023
On Skye Trail, fine sunny day after camping near Bealach Beag S of The Storr.RobertP05/09/2022
With LunaBigNick27/02/2022
Climbed as three with A'Chorra Bheinn and Ben DeargMatt290108/01/2021
Debs & Tali, Walk up from the car park, investigated what we could then walked the Skye trail via Hartival & Storr back to Portree. Ended up retreating down to Achachock to avoid fences and cows.Mountain Goat24/09/2019
My Skye TuMPs no. 225. End of a beautiful morning.vegibagger09/07/2017
Approached from Drumuie on the A87, not recommended due to the deep vegetationColin Crawford24/10/2016
From ENE, quick single prior to Trodday boat tripRHW09/05/2016
KR, JW, JW, JH, PS, PC, SC. Backpack Trottinish RidgeFrank25/10/1993
November 2001(?). A two-day trip along the Trotternish Ridge.summitsup01/01/1952
Gavin Theobald16/09/2022
Alan Moore20/05/2014