Name:Bearnaraigh Beag
Hill number:12735
Height:42m / 138ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:24A: Lewis and Nearby Islands
County/UA:Na h-Eileanan Siar [Western Isles]
Island:Mono Tump island
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
(Tu,0,SIB)
Grid ref:NB 14308 40837
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:42m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 13
(1:25k) 458
Observations:summit 250m NNE at NB 14407 41064 is 1-2m lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Beautiful white sandy bay to north east side. Can understand why the late Queen might have liked it. I wonder if she visited the HP?Confusingly, this is not the point marked 42m, which is reasonably obvious when you go there, but closer to the SW summit mapped as 36 m. Sunny, with Seatrek.Denise 14/05/2023
With Seatrek. Landed at Temple Sands & an undulating walk to the unmarked summit (Not the 42m spot height). If using the 1:50,000 map, it can be a bit confusing as the location of the high point is extremely close to the 36m spot height! (DB)gerrybowes20/06/2017
Seatrek trip organized by Mervyn. Sheltered landing in one of the bays on the south side. Walked up to the 36m spot height before making our way over to what we percieved as the HP (NB 14405 41078) but turns out it wasn't. Fortunately GPS track log has us walking over the HP en-route. With Bob Kerr.jonglew23/05/2017
Dropped near the beach then onto bag the two likely highpoints of Little Bernera with the Seatrek RIB.Dugswell214/06/2016
sw summit higherRHW14/06/2016
with seatrekThearlaichdubh14/06/2016
First visit. Mislaid my notes for this one.RHW06/06/2012
nice hill, nice beachesAdrian06/06/2012
Dave McG14/05/2023
AndyS11/05/2019
assynt_bob23/05/2017
jimbloomer14/06/2016
richtea504006/06/2012
chalky195306/06/2012
PM06/06/2012
ajwxyzt06/06/2012
bjewing06/06/2012
Sherlock06/06/2012
benarmine12/07/1988