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TP5761 - Ruadh Stac Mor
2nd Jun 2011 15:04 by peregrinus
Stonebuilt, 2 top loops but no spider: either top repaired or there never was a spider. Great summit and view. Unplanned visit - original plan was just Chaisgein Beag, but I was there by 0930 and on Creag-mheall Mor by 1130. With a lot of day left I unfolded the map and realised that the impressive-looking Ruadh Stac Mor was probably doable so I headed there over a string of Sims / Graham Tops then back via 2 more Graham Tops and Beinn Chaisgein Mor - a superb 15 hour, 14 summit, 27 mile day.
31st May 2011 21:16 by vegibagger
Weather deteriorating, winds getting strong, the hoped for glorious sunset from the tops is just a blanket of grey to the NW. What am I doing at this time of night on this remote Godforsaken place!! because I'm a bagger!!
27th Sep 2010 00:00 by caroleengel
3rd Jun 2010 15:20 by Chalky
Spider missing from this stone-built trig. Previously visited this remote Munro 27/05/81 no trig details noted.
1st May 2010 17:00 by CJO
Walk in from Poolewe. Pitch tent at NG966756. Walk up Beinn a Chaisgein Mor, then onto Ruadh Stac Mor finally A'Mhaighdean. Can't believe ~15 years previously 3 of us spent night in the Howff at ~NH015753. Back to tent just at it went dark. next day up Beinn Lair before walk out. Superb!
7th Jun 2008 00:00 by bowlesy
16th May 2005 11:00 by Drumlin
Pillar made of local red stone. Worth the trip for the view.
23rd Apr 2005 16:30 by RichardL
The last Munro of a very long day on the Fisherfield 6, using Shenavall as a base.
10th Jul 2004 16:30 by sky high boys
End of a long day in Fisherfield. Had camped down in Strath na Sealga the night before and set off early to do the six Munros. Lots of ups and downs and not a soul seen all day! An impressive place but the clouds were down for half the day so navigation had to be good (no GPS, takes the fun out it) and missed some classic views. Stone built trig with spider missing, strange eyelets and a large splodge of concrete on top. Looks like the temporary efforts to repair have failed. Never mind, only another three hours back to the midge infested meadow where the tent is tucked away
26th Jul 1999 15:00 by barney1903
done as part of Fisherfield Six. Very warm day with amazing views. I think you could see all of Scotland that day....
27th Oct 1992 12:00 by gemini man
Visited on a walk from Sheneval
26th May 1992 12:15 by arranc
part of my classic 6 Munro Fisherfield epic to A'Mhaighdean and back via S Ban to Shenaval.
18th Jun 1990 18:30 by KevP
Done as round of Fisherfield 6 from Shenneval. Only got an eight as most of the day was spent in mist.
30th May 1990 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted
21st Nov 1983 15:30 by fasgadh
A struggle against verglas. Everything covered by freezing drizzle including myself. Every step slippery and it was getting dark. I recall it being stone built. Strange to find a pillar here, for years the area was badly mapped and this hill was one of several munros left off the map until the 1970's. A winter visit was quite a prize.
3rd Jul 1982 13:52 by Fester
Early Munro bagging trip...