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Minginish and the Cuillin Hills Area , Skye Subarea
Feature count in area: 74, all in ,
Highest Place: Sgurr Alasdair 992m

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Summits & other features in area Minginish and the Cuillin Hills:
Skye: Am Basteir 934m, Am Mam 407m, An Caisteal 830m, An Coileach 673m, An Cruachan 435m, An Stac 528m, Arnaval 369m, Beinn a'Bhraghad 461m, Beinn Bhreac 448m, Beinn Dearg Mheadhonach 651m, Beinn Dearg Mhor 731m, Beinn na Gaoithe 401m, Beinn nan Dubh-lochan 253m, Beinn Staic 412m, Belig 702m, Ben Meabost 345m, Bhasteir Tooth [Basteir Tooth] 917.2m, Bidein Druim nan Ramh 869m, Bidein Druim nan Ramh North Top 852m, Biod Mor 384m, Bla Bheinn SW Top 926m, Bla Bheinn [Blabheinn] [Blaven] 929m, Bruach na Frithe 958m, Caisteal a'Garbh-Choire 829.7m, Ciche na Beinne Deirge 509m, Clach Glas 786m, Druim Eadar Da Choire 489m, Druim nan Ramh 500m, Garbh-bheinn 808m, Gars-bheinn 894.2m, Glamaig - Sgurr Mhairi 775m, Glas Bheinn Mhor 569m, Knight's Peak 914.2m, Marsco 736m, Meall a'Mhaoil 284m, Nead an Fhior-eoin [An Carnach] 334m, Ruadh Stac 493m, Sgurr a'Bhasteir 900.1m, Sgurr a'Choire Bhig 876.9m, Sgurr a'Fionn Choire 936m, Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh 973m, Sgurr a'Ghreadaidh South Top 970m, Sgurr a'Mhadaidh 918m, Sgurr a'Mhadaidh East Top 894m, Sgurr a'Mhadaidh Far East Top 895.7m, Sgurr Alasdair 992m, Sgurr an Fheadain 689.2m, Sgurr Beag 764m, Sgurr Dearg - Cairn 978m, Sgurr Dearg - Inaccessible Pinnacle 986m, Sgurr Dubh an Da Bheinn [Sgurr Dubh na Da Bheinn] 938m, Sgurr Dubh Beag 733m, Sgurr Dubh Mor 944m, Sgurr Hain 420m, Sgurr Mhic Choinnich 948m, Sgurr na Banachdich 965m, Sgurr na Banachdich Central Top 942m, Sgurr na h-Uamha 736m, Sgurr na Stri 495m, Sgurr nan Each 720m, Sgurr nan Each East Top 623m, Sgurr nan Eag 926.2m, Sgurr nan Gillean 964m, Sgurr nan Gillean Third Pinnacle 879m, Sgurr Sgumain 947m, Sgurr Thearlaich 978m, Sgurr Thormaid 926m, Sgurr Thuilm 881m, Slat Bheinn 624m, Stob Coir' a'Ghrunnda 720m, Stockval 416m, The Prow 739m, Truagh Mheall 412m
Soay (Skye): Beinn Bhreac (Soay) 141m

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Bla Bheinn [Blabheinn] [Blaven], 929m Mountain
Place Rating ..
, in British over 600m, British Marilyn, Munro Lists
Grid Reference NG52990 21743, OS 1:50k mapsheet 32
Place visited by: 29 members, recently by: maoris, rhw, OutdoorBill, joreidy, Lauranna, annem, pdtempan, nordicstar, Niamhq, eamonoc, bolton12, gerrybowes, DeltaP, IainT, Wildcat
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -6.09321, Latitude: 57.219565, Easting: 152990, Northing: 821743, Prominence: 862m,  Isolation: 0.2km
ITM: 715166 1165636

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: BlBhnB, 10 char: BlBhnBlbhn

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Stunning Bla Bheinn
by Derry_Danderer 19 Aug 2014
I climbed this last week and think I'll struggle to find a better view from the top anywhere else in Ireland or the UK. The location is remote although in tourist season I did come across maybe 6 others in small pairs/singles en route. I followed the directions from and a .gpx track on walkhighlands as backup. The path is fairly obvious most of the way so would not need the gps data unless the weather closed in.
The walk starts at Loch Slapin on the Elgol peninsula where there is a car park available. A gentle uphill walk gradually gets steeper as you get to Loch Fionna-choire (the hanging loch). After this it gets extremely steep and in places treacherous, there was scrambling on very steep scree and even found myself climbing through a chimney at one point- the absolute limit of my comfort levels. Having been on Skye for 4 days and with the tail of hurricane Bertha limiting our views so much that we had seen 0% of the Cuillin ridge- it was with huge excitement that their peaks came into view as i walked towards the trig pillar on Bla Bheinn. The full ridge lay above me as well as islands, mountains and lochs in all directions. An eagle also visited my partner as I made for the summit, luckily it did nothing more than scare the absolute bejeezus out of her!
I avoided the chimney on the descent but faced a much larger scree slope this time, again about as risky as I'd be willing to get without a local guide.
We took our time with this one- with lunch, many breaks and a stop to enjoy the view at the top. All in this took ~5hrs to complete at our speed. If you are in Skye and fancy a challenge outside of the black Cuillin I could think of nothing better! Linkback:
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