Name:A' Mhuing
Hill number:6368
Height:533m / 1749ft
Parent (Ma):724  Biod an Fhithich
RHB Section:10A: Glen Shiel to Loch Hourn and Loch Quoich
County/UA:Highland
Catchment:Alsh & Duich
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
(Tu,5,HF)
Grid ref:NG 94670 15756
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:37m
Col:496m  NG946156  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413N 414N 414S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 43 users)ByDate of Ascent
Fantastic circuit of the Saddle from Shiel Bridge - Allt Undalain, Loch Coire nan Crogachan, then the long and very undulating north ridge of the Saddle taking in all the summits, count our below Sgurr nan Forcan then descended thenA Mhuing ridge. Superb walking in very cold, windy conditions , but superb visibility and views. 21km 7h 30Rockdoctor08/03/2024
Parked between the chocolate shop and the campsite, followed track to the wall just before the bridge over the Allt Undalain. Up by the wall (rough) to the ridge where the going got a bit easier particularly after we picked up a path of sorts. Ups and downs to A'Mhuing and on to Biod an Fhithich - nice with great views to the Five Sisters, Glen Shiel and The Saddle. Back the same way but views to Bharraich, Loch Duich and Airgid this time. Came down to the right of the 193m top - also rough.StueyB29/12/2023
Biod an Fhithich/Saddle horseshoe from Shiel Bridge campsitedaviemore28/05/2023
Up from campsite, on to the saddle and down Sgúrr na Creige before the rain came inMatt290114/06/2022
With Luna, Beth and Peggi sat this one outBigNick11/07/2020
f.a, 7 in group, windy, rain , sleet, snow, generally grim, 7.3 miles, climbed from glen Shiel lodge, rain from the start, path to gleann undalain then uphill to gain the ridge, lots of rises and tops along the ridge, some with steep ground, sleet turning to snow just before the summit, then easily down to the bealach na craoibhe and down to coire caol and back along a saturated glen to the lodgerum doodle 18/02/2019
Gordon from Glenshiel Lodgesoftsquare19/02/2018
With Steve Smith. From the A87 (parking at NG 9676 1444). Good track up to Biod an Fhithich and its N top, then on to here. Then dropping back to the roadside memorial to Donald Campbell. 533m spot height may be the HP, but nearby second 530m contour poss higher.jonglew25/10/2017
Had a mega long 14 hour, leg knackering, day on clockwise up Graham then The Saddle which finally re-completed my Munro status on the correct summit. Glorious but very hard work, especially on the tricky Forcan ridgevegibagger14/06/2015
long clockwise circuit with dad on his re confirming his Munro status on the right summit of the Saddle. From Shiel Bridge up Graham Biod an Fhithich Forcan ridge of the Saddle and all along Murdo and Graham top SIMS, leaving last one at 9.57pm just before sunset.trigpillocksson14/06/2015
On way to B a F. From Shiel Bridge camp site.ngthack18/05/2015
1 of 10: From Shiel Bridge campsite CP.ChrisR22/03/2012
DebsMountain Goat30/03/2011
Another one where I may have bypassed the actual top. Did it again on 28/06/2009 and made sure.Alan Moore03/12/2008
Route to Biod an Fhithich.smocks and denims23/03/2004
From Glen Shiel Campsite: followed the ridge round clockwise to the Forcan Ridge, onto The Saddle, over various bumps to pick up a stalkers' path and back to the campsite.jigglybones28/05/1998
SMMC Morvich meet, with Bill Bracewell, Kim Hardy and Roy Phillips.clashcityrocker17/04/1997
An armchair bag, but I remember it. My notes contemporary with the walk mention all the knolls and endless ups and downs on this ridge that looked so enticing a way back to Shiel Bridge on the map.pwheeler20/05/1984
Rod M09/08/2023
rocket-ron24/07/2021
Simon Winton25/05/2021
Kevin2903502/10/2020
clanbonham01/01/2019
benalder5011/06/2018
mntainman25/10/2017
weaselmaster14/10/2017
Sick Kid14/10/2017
sarahk11/08/2017
weaselmaster30/10/2016
Sick Kid30/10/2016
iainwalton20/08/2013
Gavin Theobald02/05/2012
chalky195310/04/2012
RobB22/04/2011
Wycombe Wanderer19/06/2010
thenomad09/02/2010
davidpettit8402/07/2008
Trailmaister25/01/2004
Sherlock27/12/1999
peterstanding08/03/1998
amblemark25/05/1996
Alaric05/06/1990
IainT31/03/1986
Bongonog 01/08/1984