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TP1149 - Beinn Alligin
6th Apr 2013 16:47 by Morecambe Monkey
On an anticlockwise circuit of Beinn Alligin,taking in the horns first Great fun scrambling over the horns with a view back to the back of Liathach. Mist came down as we were ascending Sgurr Mor & stayed until the end of the walk.
15th Jul 2012 13:07 by Triggers
done as part of traverse of the horns
Beinn Alligin ©Triggers
31st Jul 2011 12:34 by saraholroyd
1st May 2011 08:02 by peregrinus
vgc, stonebuilt, no cap or plug. Perched on summit outcrop. Very tempted to carry on round the horseshoe on a superb morning but having done the Tops previously I was intent on visiting the Torridon Big 3 trigs during the day. Smoke from the Liathach fire but clear view from summit.
26th Jul 2010 15:00 by Chalky
Very well built from sandstone and could almost be mistaken for part of summit rocks. VGC apart from the open spider. Previously visited this southern end of this iconic Munro 29/05/76 no trig details noted.
13th Sep 2009 15:05 by Colin
I give it a rating of 10 because I do not believe anywhere in Britain looked more beautiful at the moment we were there - clouds below us, blue sky above us and distant peaks showing through the clouds.
16th Oct 2008 09:29 by fynetimes
19th Sep 2008 12:35 by staggie34
Second attempt after snow and wind blew us off in April. Got to the top with no wind but no views either! Amazing mountain. Did the 2 Munro tops and descended the same way. Too wet for the Horns and no views either due to clagg.
23rd Jul 2007 14:00 by smiley dog
one of my best hillwalking days.after the pillar on tom na gruagaich we went on to sgurr mhor amazing views im going to be on a high for days.had planned to decend via the horns but my wife and daughter thought it looked a little too spicy.so we retraced our stepsback to the torridon campsite
18th Feb 2007 12:14 by Andrew hunt
the weather was great I felt good quite mountian fit it was to be a good week.
taking it easy at the top ©Andrew hunt
25th Jul 2006 13:00 by barney1903
23rd Jul 2006 15:09 by Drumlin
7th Jan 2006 00:00 by bowlesy
24th Sep 2005 00:00 by Border Peat
only good day out of the whole week
6th Aug 2005 12:47 by Sandman
28th May 2005 00:00 by IWC
14th Mar 2005 13:00 by Skerryvore
Can't remember pillar, but did the two peaks of this fabulous mountain and then descended via the Horns of Alligin. One of my best days out on the hills. Golden Eagle over the Horns. Terrifying descent, but worth it. A 12 out of 10.
2nd Mar 2004 22:29 by stonestreaker
Fantastic, old log
9th Jul 2003 12:00 by jack68331
All misty on arriving at the summit, 15 minutes later - WOW what a view
18th Aug 2002 13:30 by jg4fun
Me Me at the trig point on Ben Alligin.©jg4fun
3rd May 2001 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted
25th Apr 2000 11:00 by sky high boys
Torridon onna good day. Peach.
11th Aug 1999 10:00 by weekender
RW & RH
26th Jul 1997 00:00 by gowrie
What a mountain
1st May 1995 18:44 by CJO
29th Jun 1992 00:09 by Rhayader_wanderer
23rd Sep 1991 13:00 by KevP
2nd Jun 1991 14:14 by arranc
28th May 1989 20:54 by Clanfield Rambler
Visited on beautiful day excellent views all around.
5th Oct 1988 14:45 by Bergfuehrer
Ross and Cromarty. Good weather until going into cloud below the summit. It was my daughter's first munro and at less than four months old she slept through the excitement of reaching the top!
25th May 1987 12:00 by RichardL
Trig point on top of the first Torridonian giant of many that week.
3rd Apr 1986 00:00 by tg1
Easter expedition with Kevin, Andy and Paul.
13th Jul 1985 13:42 by Fester
First of many visits...a favourite.
28th May 1985 00:00 by Exe-Eagle
4th Jul 1980 14:40 by fasgadh
First ever summer hill in the Highlands, trig is not on the summit, but the rather substantial top Tom na Grugaich. On the usual route, so still visited by most parties and is currently considered a separate hill so attracting the munrobaggers. Very frightening visit as I was caught in a violent thunderstorm, still the worst I have seen in the Highlands, only one I have been in since was on Triglav (si) At least there are no wires on here. Pillar is stone built, but I did not linger. Still standing in March 2005. Photos seen from a fellow EUMC party on the hill that day - I was on Baosbheinn - No trig.
29th Jun 1977 12:00 by dal
Superb weather, superb country. Previously visited 24/6/76, weather not so good - hence the re-visit.