Name:Beinn a' Tuath
Hill number:12434
Height:128m / 420ft
Parent (Ma):1609  Hecla [Thacla]
SMC/RHB Section:24C: North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles]
Island:South Uist
Topographical area:IU01 Southuist-eriskay
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:NF 86731 35235
Summit feature:cairn
Col:61m  NF863349  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 22
(1:25k) 453S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 7 users)ByDate of Ascent
From small tarmac parking area (NF 8270 3859) ~250m before end of the B890. Track to Old Shielings then rough ground, past Molatuath, up to Beinn a' Deas then Beinn Ghot first then across to here. Dropped down to Ushinish Lighthouse, then picked up the 2 Ornais tumps on the return. 23k round in high wind and rain.jonglew21/09/2021
From loch Sgioport (B890). Track SE to path to Old Shielings. S on ATV to NF 8393 3742. Rough going round coast over Ornais plus Once at FB (NF 8569 3540) ground easy going over B.a'Tuath, B.Ghot, B.a'Deas. Return over easy going ground to pick up ATV at NF 8522 3504, wending via NF 8486 3567 over N shoulder of B. na h-Aire. Left ATV at NF 8416 3657 across easy ground to pickup outward ATV at NF 8362 3758carole engel10/08/2018
Hecla from north, back via coastal tumps. Didn't repeat the HuMP, bypassable on deer tracks.RHW01/05/2016
Colin Crawford21/09/2014