All Details & GPS Waypoint

Beinn Talaidh 761.6m (2498ft)

Summit Feature: Ground 5m E of trig point note: ground is 0.23m higher than base of trig point; base of cairn 25m SW at NM 62536 34680 is about 0.8m lower (Survey: Abney level/Leica 530)
Classification: Hill Trigpoint, Bishop, Docharty, Graham, Halsey, Hump, Marilyn, Simm, P30 Tump, Del-corbett, Yeaman.
OS Grid Ref: NM625347 (10 figure Grid Ref: NM6254334709).
UK Area: 17 - Mull and Nearby Islands (OS Maps 1:50k 49. 1:25k 375E.)
Latitude: 56.444568, Longitude: -5.854288, Height: 761.6 metres (2498 feet)
Prominence: 430 metres (1411 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0762.G (DoBIH Hill ID: 1303)

Associated Trigpoint:
  TP0485 'Beinn Talaidh' Grid Ref: NM6254234713 Separation: 4m from Hill grid ref.

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Beinn Bheag (537m, p39);

External Links for Beinn Talaidh:
-GeoHack link... -OS Map Bing link... -Google Map link... -Geograph link... -Beinn Talaidh on hill-bagging.co.uk... -Beinn Talaidh on trigpointinguk.com...

Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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  • '0762.G' NM625347 Beinn Talaidh (762m, p430)

Member's Comments on Beinn Talaidh...

  • WayneMac01 says...
  • Very steep pull up from the S in Glen More. Once on the ridge it lessens but still a steep one. Great views from the top and also a toppled trig pillar, presumed a lightning strike
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Beinn Talaidh has been climbed by...

AndrewFinnimore beckybags belfarm captainslow carolje Chalky1953 Chris Upson Colin Crawford cuillin Dugswell2 fergie GeorgeH HillmanImp iaindbrown IainT Jane T Jim.Fothergill johnevenden JohnM KennyB malky_c Margaret markg nordicstar NormanW oakesave Pat1967 Peebs rhw Ribbit49 RichTea skyegabbro Tundraboy WayneMac01 weaselmaster

 

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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills



 

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