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TP1185 - Beinn Eighe
15th Jul 2012 13:12 by Triggers
emerged through thick mist into a cloud inversion. Perfect
Beinne Eighe ©Triggers
11th Apr 2012 14:20 by vegibagger
sunny with Jamie and dog Benji. en route out to all the eastern tops
18th Aug 2011 15:06 by Colin
Pillar in good condition and the score of 10 is because the location is the Torridons - how could it be anything else!
1st May 2011 16:44 by peregrinus
Stonebuilt, FB missing, top slightly damaged; no cap or plug. Followed obvious path from SSE, which reaches the S spur 200m S of the trig. Made the short traverse to revisit the airy Munro summit. Alligin-Liathach-Eighe trigs on a perfect spring day :-)
28th Jul 2010 10:50 by Chalky
Stone-built with spider open,no cap or plug.Trig in ok condition except what looks like the forced removal of the FB. Situated SW and 19m lower than summit. Previously visited this promoted Munro 27/05/76 no trig details noted.
18th Jun 2010 09:59 by Garth Fenton
Rock Pillar shows signs of repair.Flush Plate has been removed. trig point is situated at 972m 21m lower than the summit which is 200m to the NE. I am suprised that it has never been logged, as it is on the main Beinn Eighe ridge, and is on the 1:25000 OS map
27th Jun 2009 11:05 by Gerry Fitzpatrick
My first Munro proper. Congratulations to Keith Noble who walked through the low cloud to claim his 280th Munro. No Bagpipes or Champagne just a total stranger to shake his hand. Once the cloud eventually lifted the views were amazing. The pillar does not stand at the very summit for obvious reasons.
Not much of a view from Spidean Coire nan Clach at 11:40am... but wait...! One of two Munro summits on Beinn Eighe
28th Jul 2006 15:13 by Drumlin
28th Jun 2006 00:00 by bowlesy
16th Sep 2003 13:00 by sky high boys
Full traverse of Beinn Eighe. Trig point built from local stones.
Liathach and trig. ©sky high boys
9th May 2002 12:00 by dal
Another grand Torridon day.
5th May 2001 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted - fine ridge easily ascended by scree/rock path from col
9th Jun 1999 12:30 by KevP
22nd Jul 1997 00:00 by gowrie
SMC had announced a new Munro Spidean Coire nan Clach) on Beinn Eighe that year so we were able to bag it as well as Ruadh-stac Mor
1st Feb 1997 12:00 by CJO
5th Jun 1991 14:16 by arranc
24th Jun 1989 22:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
28th May 1987 12:00 by RichardL
24th Apr 1987 14:07 by tg1
Annual Easter trip to Scotland with Kevin Ryan and Andy Hall. Return visit to Torriden.
4th Apr 1986 00:00 by tg1
Glad to get to the top after climbing Beinn Alligin the day before. Easter expedition with Kevin, Andy and Paul.
19th Jul 1985 13:43 by Fester
Failed to make the summit via the Pigott`s Route on the Triple Buttress on a previous trip.
29th Jun 1980 11:59 by fasgadh
Spidean Coire nan Clach: Not the summit which is the high point of the Beinn Eighe main ridge, and avoided Munro's tables until 1997, thats a we bit higher, but the trig is a fine place all the same. I carried on to the other Munro top, Ruadh Stac Mor, an outlier, but higher, to the north.