Name:Boc Mor
Hill number:4324
Height:629.3m / 2065ft
Parent (Ma):853  Sgurr an Airgid
SMC/RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HW11 Fhuaran-fhada
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Simm, Graham Top
(Tu,Sim,GT)
Grid ref:NG 91729 25894
Summit feature:rock
Drop:87.9m
Col:541.4m  NG 9207 2623  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25 33
(1:25k) 413N
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Camas-luinie, no Winter Sun (NG947282). Start of FP to Dornie is hard to find until a green finger post with text on the reverse side. After gate in fence, FP soon fades into horrendous, trackless, steep, deep, veg, big holes and saplings until it meets FP from NNE. Good FP (ribbon of ice) to bealach at NG931263, then exhausting crashing through frozen veg, some relief provided by a few firm snow patches, to Carn Bad a Chreamha. More post-holing veg to Boc Mor. Both have substantial cairns. ENE along new deer fence (ignore faint ATV tk which meanders aimlessly) back to bealach. Returned down same good FP to a demolished cairn at NG939281, but still no sign of FP down to Camas-luinie its long gone, overgrown and planted over.Isbjorn09/01/2024
From the SW, up the track and over Carn Bad a' Chreanha first, then three tops in between. Quite rocky but no problems.NormanW27/05/2023
Parked by the water works. Along track up Coire Dhuinnid, then back over 11 summits. 5/11PGCE26/05/2023
With Beth, Peggi & LunaBigNick24/04/2022
Coire Dhuinnid sheepfold circular.Smudge14/05/2019
Hitched up road from Shiel Bridge then along track then path and finally pathless but easy going up Cairn Bad a'Chreamha continuing in cloud Boc Mor where top was a bit fiddly to find in cloud but otherwise straightforward and easily back to road and with another hitched lift who turned out to be the guy who had picked me up in the morning.dickscroop08/12/2018
Steep and shapely summit but beware some deep wet bogs nearbyalda22/05/2015
Graham bagging: Inverinate - Carn Bad a' Chreamha - Beinn Bhuide - Beinn Bhreac - Carnan Cruithneachd - Falls of Glomach - Strath Croe - Inverinate.RHW07/02/1998
RichardM23/04/2023
iainwalton23/08/2022
Simon Winton28/05/2022
Alan Whatley05/04/2022
Dave McG07/05/2019
BaggerGutt23/04/2018
interloper26/08/2017
Fletch26/08/2017
Tony S30/07/2017
jimbloomer29/11/2016
mae22/06/2015
iaindbrown22/05/2015
neilsan10/04/2015
hill walker07/11/2013
Meagaidh01/05/2012
Ken_Stewart07/07/2011
Tricky18/01/2011
Gavin Theobald10/04/2010
Alan Moore17/05/2009
Colin Crawford09/05/2008
Sherlock29/04/2007
StueyB16/01/2005
chalky195323/06/2004
IainT31/08/2000
Rowan25/05/1996
Laurel25/05/1996
ChrisM1992blank